Complementary Federal Resilience Funding Opportunities 

REPI Program funds can satisfy the match or cost-sharing requirement for any resilience or conservation program of any federal agency. By leveraging interagency partnerships, the REPI Program works with federal partners to fund projects that seek to preserve military missions, enhance habitats, increase climate resilience, and ensure military readiness at installations and ranges.

Learn more about using REPI funds as a non-federal match in the REPI Funds as Match Fact Sheet.

To learn more about REPI project locations, visit the REPI Interactive Map. This interactive tool provides an overview of REPI project locations, project information, and state-wide roll-ups of REPI actions. For more detailed case studies, read more on existing REPI Project Fact Sheets

For any questions on leveraging REPI funds as a non-federal match, contact the REPI office at

REPI Resilience Project Funding Guide

The REPI Resilience Project Funding 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 that can support existing or new REPI installation resilience projects.

The guide provides a program calendar featuring key application opening dates and deadlines across all programs. Every program includes a summary of funding opportunities, eligibility requirements, and application information. Six of the programs include detailed instructions for steps applicants need to take before applying, such as determining if the local community has an updated Hazard Mitigation Plan.

Installations and partners can leverage the guide to review funding opportunities for developing nature-based solutions near installations and ranges that preserve military missions, enhance habitats, increase climate resilience, and ensure military readiness. The guide also allows readers to quickly sort through programs based on multiple climate change threats, including Wildfire, Drought, Coastal Hazard, Riverine Flooding, and Land Degradation. 

Read the full interactive 2024 Resilience Project Funding Guide