Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability (SERPPAS)


What is SERPPAS?

The Southeast Regional Partnership for Planning and Sustainability (SERPPAS) is a unique six-state partnership comprised of state and federal agencies that promotes collaboration in making resource-use decisions supporting national defense, conservation of natural resources, and sustainable working lands and communities in the Southeast US. SERPPAS serves as a forum to build effective working relationships between diverse partners, identify overlapping interests and implement mutually beneficial actions that support the mission of all the partners. Through a strategic planning process, SERPPAS has identified specific focus areas and strategic objectives that will protect the military mission, while at the same time promote conservation of key habitats and species, sustain rural economies and industries, and create better coordination across agency, state and governance boundaries. 

SERPPAS Coastal Resilience Virtual Session


Please join us for the SERPPAS Coastal Resilience Virtual Session on September 16, 2020 at 1pm EST! The purpose of this meeting is to convene the SERPPAS Principals, Steering Committee and other partners on SERPPAS coastal resilience on-going and future efforts, and discuss opportunities to continue advancing coastal resiliency in the region. This meeting is targeted to the SERPPAS Principals, but Steering Committee members and any other interested partners are invited to attend. Registration is required. 

Meeting Objectives:

  • Update the SERPPAS Principals on progress made within the SERPPAS Coastal Resilience & Regional Adaptation focus area since May 2019 and re-energized plans moving forward.
  • Highlight specific coastal resilience partnerships and projects from around the region.
  • Facilitate discussion among the SERPPAS Principals to inform SEPRPAS resilience actions moving forward.