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 to everyone who joined us for our November 18 Resiliency & Readiness Virtual Workshop! If you were not able to tune in, you can view a recording of the webinar here.

Please join us for our next webinar on the 2020 REPI Challenge Winners on Wednesday, December 9, at 1 PM ET.  Click here for detailed instructions on how to participate in this webinar. 

Click here to view the entire 2020 REPI Webinar Schedule.  Visit our Webinar page for a more detailed explanation of each event in the series.                                                                      


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

Pax River, ATR Receive $3 Million Grant for Eastern Shore Land ProtectionNaval Air Station Patuxent River Tester (Annapolis, MD) reports that the REPI program awarded Atlantic Test Ranges and Naval Air Station Patuxent River $3 million to protect Maryland’s Eastern Shore through 4,000 acres of land easements.  These funds stem from the 2020 REPI Challenge and the partnership of the U.S. Navy, The Nature Conservancy, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and more.  The funding will be used to protect Maryland’s Lower Eastern Shore which makes up over 75% of Maryland’s remaining tidal wetlands while protecting the abilities of the testing range.

Read more about REPI in the News here!