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Join our Fall Convening on October 11th-12th.

October 11th: Strategic Planning Convening and Happy Hour. Register here.

October 12th: Resiliency Fair, urban homesteading tours, a Story Slam and more!

 

 

 

Learn more about NorCal Resilience.

The NorCal Community Resilience Network activates and supports community-based and ecological solutions to climate change, economic instability and social inequity toward a Just Transition away from fossil fuels. Our vision is to transform our homes, neighborhoods and communities into self-sufficient, regenerative places.

 

 

 


Join our Network of Solutionaries >

We are building an innovative membership model that provides  opportunities for grassroots groups and individuals working on climate solutions to connect and collaborate as we co-create a more regenerative region.  

Learn About the Resilience Hubs Initiative >

 Our vision is to create a network of Resilient Hub sites: homes, community gardens, schools, libraries, businesses, neighborhood centers and other sites that are models of community resilience. Our model integrates ecological features, disaster preparedness and community engagement. Read about our pilot test and register your site today!

Get Involved >

From volunteering with us or our partners to making a donation, everyone can get involved in the movement to build regenerative and resilient communities. Kids are welcome!

 

 

Stories of Resilience

 

Meet the Changemaker: Kelly Jiang

They have to come together as a people and as a community to set their own standards that can enable them to live a more sustainable and sharable livelihood...

Permaculture Convergence - Resilience in Action

This comes at a moment of resounding ecological challenges and the evidences of climate change becoming more unquestionable...

 

Trauma at the Soil

- Why Food Justice is Environmental Therapy - My neighbor Wanda lives in Berkeley, California – she calls herself a Black Urban Farmer and tells me that urban farms heal the wounds that slavery created...