Resiliency means much more than just surviving the shocks: forest fires, earthquakes, drought or the occasional damaging storm. This forum focused on the inevitable, yet uncertain challenges and priorities our community faces; and the planning and framework opportunities we can help influence now for Central Oregon to thrive and position itself towards successful resiliency.
Ways you can engage?
- Start talking, reach-out and engage others in this dynamic topic.
- Contact your elected and appointed officials in our local and regional governments [City, County, and State], and encourage them to develop a Holistic Action Plan on Resiliency to have someone overseeing Resiliency.
- Watch for opportunities to get involved and to provide support.
Want more information? Explore these additional resources:
- 100 resilient cities – https://www.100resilientcities.org/about-us/
- Central Oregon Intragovernmental Council – Scott Aycock, Community and Economic Development Manager – email@example.com
- Morrison Hershfield – Eric Corey Freed [Forum Moderator] – Sustainability Disruptor – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Eric’s ppt: https://www.dropbox.com/s/9qrdkef7jhh4pdx/190221%20Bend%20Resiliency.pdf?dl=0
City Club thanks our moderator, Eric Corey Freed (Morrison Hershfield); Presenters: Mike Goetz (General Counsel,
Citizens Utility Board), Alyssa Macy (Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs), Roger Worthington (Worthy Brewing), Kelly Sparks (OSU-Cascades), forum presenting sponsor Ultra Architecture, Miller Lumber, andRedmond Proficiency Academy and supporting sponsors SunWest Builders, Bethlehem Inn, Central Oregon Intergovernmental Council, Dream Home, and Cascade Business News for helping create this important conversation.