NC Wildlife Resources Commission staff and partners can also offer follow-up technical assistance to communities who have participated in Green Growth workshops.
We can provide technical assistance on the following topics:
- Integrating the Green Growth dataset with your GIS database
- Writing a local habitat conservation plan
- Incorporating habitat conservation into:
- incentives and ordinances
- development review standards
- Developing habitat management plans for parks and open space
To request technical assistance, contact us
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Partners for Green Growth
Partners for Green Growth is a pilot project of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission (NCWRC) to form a cooperative agreement with a local government to work on land use planning projects that address conservation of priority wildlife habitats. The Partners for Green Growth pilot project will reimburse cost-share funds of up to $10,000 or $20,000 and will provide 40 hours of technical assistance from the NCWRC for local government planning projects that qualify. Planning projects should support the principles of wildlife conservation-based planning detailed in the Green Growth Toolbox.
Please submit pre-applications and questions about this cooperative agreement to Kacy Cook, Land Conservation Biologist, N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission, firstname.lastname@example.org, 910-638-4887.
Pre-applications are due July 31, 2015. Applicants that qualify to submit a full application will be notified within seven business days. Invited full applications are due August 31, 2015, and will be notified within seven business days.
Eligible applicants are local governments (North Carolina counties and incorporated municipalities) and Councils of Government. Partnerships between local governments and non-governmental, non-profit (NGO) conservation-related organizations are also eligible. Local government project applications are encouraged.
Click here to download the full pilot project description and application details from 2015.