The Department of Defense’s (DOD) Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program preserves military missions by supporting cost-sharing agreements between the Military Services, other federal agencies, state and local governments, and private conservation organizations to avoid land use conflicts near military installations, address environmental restrictions that limit military activities, and increase resilience to climate change.  The REPI Program is administered by the Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD).  Read more in the REPI Frequently Asked Questions.

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What's new with the REPI Program?

Apply today to become part of an innovative community working to strengthen military readiness, conserve natural resources, bolster agricultural and forestry economies, and increase climate change resilience.
The REPI Program is pleased to release the FY 2024 REPI Challenge Request for Proposals. Pre-proposals for the 2024 REPI Challenge are due on Monday, June 12, by 8:00 PM Eastern Time.
The REPI Newsletter features updates, news, and announcements relevant to the REPI community. Subscribe to the REPI Program mailing list to receive the newsletter straight to your inbox!
Registration is now open for the DOD Climate Resilience Workshop from July 10-13 in St. Louis, Missouri.
The 2023 REPI Report to Congress highlights over 20 years of the REPI Program's accomplishments, including conserving over 1 million acres since FY 2003.
The REPI Program released the first-ever Resilience Project Funding Guide. This guide serves as a one-stop shop for installations and partners to learn about more than 25 federal and non-federal resilience and conservation programs.
On March 21, DOD and DOI announced a new partnership to provide $80 million in investments to preserve land around military installations and improve access to outdoor recreation.
Through FY 2021, the Sentinel Landscapes Partnership has permanently protected over 610,000 acres of land and enrolled over 3.1 million acres of land in financial and technical assistance programs.
On March 1, NFWF released the 2023 ATBC RFP. This year, NFWF will distribute $116 million to projects that conserve, connect, and restore critical lands, waters, and wildlife.
The REPI Program will invest $24M for the 2023 REPI Challenge which will be coupled with more than $50M in partner contributions to 13 projects benefiting 26 installations and their communities.


REPI Webinars

Thank you for joining us for our most recent webinar, Fiscal Year 2024 REPI Challenge Request for Proposals.  If you weren't able to participate in this webinar, you can view a recording at any time. 

Please join us for our next webinar, Connecting Counties & Military Installations on Wednesday, August 9, from 1:00 - 2:30 PM Eastern Time. Learn more about this webinar and other upcoming events on our webinar page

View the full 2023 REPI webinar schedule here


REPI Newsletters

The REPI Program releases a 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 2023.

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REPI News Roundup

Post Guam (Northern Guam) reports that three of Guam's natural resource conservation programs are expected to benefit from the Department of Defense Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration (REPI) Program's recent project funding, totaling $11.1 million. Through military and local reforestation programs, the Joint Region Marianas project will work to implement successful landscape-level feral pig control in the areas surrounding Camp Blaz. This project will support military and local reforestation programs to establish native plant species, protect endangered invertebrates, protect the integrity of groundwater recharge areas, and reduce feral pig populations to a level that decreases negative interactions with the local human population.
Read more about the REPI Program's benefits and impacts on the REPI News page!