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 Engaging with Underserved Communities webinar! If you weren't able to participate in this webinar, you can view a recording at any time. You can watch the recordings of all of our 2022 webinars to date on the Webinars page of this website. 

Please join us for our next webinar, Complementary Federal Conservation and Resilience Programs on Wednesday, June 8, at 1 PM ET. Learn more about this webinar and other upcoming events on our webinar page

View the full 2022 REPI webinar schedule here


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 April 2022

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REPI in the News

DoD program protects climate landscapes and military bases E&E News (Washington, DC) reports that the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership’s effort to strengthen military readiness while addressing climate change.  The Partnership expanded by 50 percent this year with the addition of 12 million acres at new landscapes in Florida, Texas and Indiana.  These landscapes include military installations that are at risk of encroachment and incompatible land uses that increase the risk of storm surges, flooding, and drought.  The Partnership leverages funding and programs to protect the missions at these military installations while enhancing resilience to climate change and preserving our nation’s natural resources and working lands.

Read more about REPI's benefits and impacts on the REPI in the News page!