Collaborative Action for Lake Michigan (CALM) Coastal Resilience is a new coastal resilience network forming in Wisconsin. The project is focused on Wisconsin's entire Lake Michigan coastline. CALM is a network designed to increase coastal resilience by expanding coordination efforts among agencies, organizations, and local governments while sustaining existing coastal management networks and communities of practice. CALM will focus on assisting communities in developing, revising, or adopting local ordinances and/or coastal hazard plans and policies through outreach, data development and management, and promoting products and tools.
CALM is a partnership between the Wisconsin Coastal Management Program, Wisconsin Sea Grant, and the Wisconsin State Cartographer's Office. This project is funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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