The Department of Defense (DoD)’s REPI Program is a key tool for combating encroachment that can limit or restrict military training, testing, and operations. The REPI Program protects these military missions by helping remove or avoid land-use conflicts near installations and addressing regulatory restrictions that inhibit military activities. The REPI Program is administered by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).  Read more...

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REPI Webinars

Thank you for joining us for our most recent webinar on the 2021 REPI Report to Congress! If you weren't able to participate in this webinar, you can view a recording here. Please join us for our next webinar on the Varying Levels of Protection, scheduled for Wednesday, May 5, 2021, from 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM ET. Click here for more information and instructions on how to join. 

Mark your calendars for the rest of our currently scheduled 2021 webinars listed on our 2021 REPI Webinar Schedule, Part 1 and visit our Webinar page for more information and updates and to view previously recorded webinars.

Newsletter

The REPI Program releases a monthly newsletter covering the latest activities, upcoming partner events, media coverage, and training opportunities. All newsletter editions can be found on the Newsletter page. The most recent edition is November 2020.


Click here to subscribe to the REPI Program mailing list to receive the monthly REPI Program newsletter, Webinar reminders, and other announcements.

REPI in the News

Partnership Conserves 318 Acres in Dorchester County.  Chesapeake Conservancy (Annapolis, MD) reports that a partnership between the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, The Nature Conservancy, REPI program, The Conservation Fund, and Chesapeake Conservancy resulted in the successful conservation of 318 acres in the Nanticoke Rural Legacy Area on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.  This easement will prevent development in this zone which may have otherwise disrupted Naval Air Station Patuxent River training as well as negatively impacted the diverse plant and wildlife habitat and farmland in the area.

Read more about REPI in the News here!