REPI Reports to Congress

In Fiscal Year 2006, Congress set an annual reporting requirement for the Department of Defense’s partnering activities under the authority of Title 10 of the United States Code § 2684a. These reports provide information on REPI Program and other DoD efforts to conserve land and address threats to military readiness from incompatible development and environmental constraints.

REPI Metrics Report

The 2021 Report on REPI Program Outcomes and Benefits to Military Mission Capabilities is now available. This report summarizes over 16 years of planning and execution data submitted by the Military Services to quantify the extent of known or potential land use conflicts, solutions to address these conflicts, and overall investments in and benefits to military capabilities.

Our analysis demonstrates that lands near installations and training areas, including installations in the Pacific region, are increasingly at risk to development incompatible with military activities.  As the report shows, protecting such lands through the REPI program is more cost-effective than settling for test and training workarounds, replacing compromised assets, or relocating missions.

While traditional efforts focused on incompatible development and natural resource management have long been the focus of the program, REPI partnerships now have the opportunity to utilize funds to improve installation resilience that address potential threats from climate change and extreme weather events.  This report places a strong focus on existing resilience efforts within the program and the benefits that REPI installations are already experiencing from these projects.

Download the 2021 REPI Metrics Report

Download the 2020 REPI Metrics Report

REPI Challenge Fact Sheet

The focus for the 2022 REPI Challenge was on projects that promote land conservation or management activities that limit incompatible development, enhance military installation resilience to climate change and extreme weather events, or relieve current or anticipated environmental restrictions at locations hosting key capabilities of strategic importance DoD. The REPI Program was pleased to commit $31.6 million in program funds that will be coupled with nearly $60.3 million in partner contributions to seven projects benefitting 13 installations and their surrounding communities. More information on the REPI Challenge and the 2022 funded projects is  available in the 2022 REPI Challenge fact sheet. To learn more about the nine REPI Challenge projects, read the full 2022 REPI Challenge package


Buffer Program Fact Sheets

REPI partnerships with state or local governments or private conservation organizations are important in helping to protect military testing and training capabilities and sustaining the environment. The partnerships purchase easements from willing landowners to protect open space, working lands and valuable habitat. Preserving compatible land uses helps to avoid or mitigate restrictions on the military mission at Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force installations and range, while preserving ecological integrity on private land. Download facts sheets to learn more about REPI efforts.

Not all REPI projects have fact sheets. View a more complete list of projects on the REPI Projects Page.

All Buffer Project Fact Sheets

REPI Partnership Projects Fact Sheet

Updated March 2022.  More information about REPI Program partnership projects.


REPI Program Fact Sheet

Updated March 2022. More information about the REPI Program components.


REPI Resilience Fact Sheet

Updated March 2022. More information about the REPI Program's authority to maintain and improve military installation resilience.


Related Documents

  • Natural Selections Newsletter, Summer 2011, “Advancing the Readiness and Environmental Protection Integration Program” Download (1.20MB)
  • NRCS-DoD MOU Download (207KB)
  • Signed MOU on Longleaf Pine Download (366KB)
  • LTA’s fact sheet on the economic and tax-base benefits of conservation. Download (235 KB)
  • View a recording of Julian Johnson, a REPI landowner at Fort Bragg, NC, speaking at the Sustaining Military Readiness Conference about protecting his land and supporting the military mission.