A Plan for Regional Sustainability The Organization The

A Plan for Regional Sustainability The Organization The Sandhills Region Project Definition Progress and One Year Plan Organizational Summary Board of Directors Five Community Resource Teams focused on Public Awareness Campaigns, Targeted Education Programs, and High Impact Projects

Land Use (USEPA grant) Air Quality Water Quality Energy Use Materials Use & Waste Leadership Council: Engages the 4 major sectors (Business, Government, Education, Nonprofit/Community) in a 12 month Seeds of Sustainability program (TNS). Graduate a group every year. Graduates recruit their replacements. 8 county population and % Sandhills Ecosystem Area (SEA) Cumberland (302,965, 11%): Fayetteville, Hope Mills, Spring Lake Harnett (101,542, 36%): Lillington, Erwin, Dunn

Hoke (39,262, 59%): Raeford, Dundarrach Lee (49,162, 33%): Sanford Montgomery (27,501, 10%): Troy, Biscoe, Candor Moore (80,026, 58%): Southern Pines, Pinehurst, Aberdeen Richmond (46,648, 67%): Rockingham, Hamlet, Hoffman Scotland (36,230, 41%): Laurinburg, Wagram Fort Bragg (see next slide for population; 95%+ SEA) GRAND TOTAL 8 County POPULATION: 683,336 GRAND TOTAL 8 County AREA: 2,507,600 Acres 8 County Sandhills Ecosystem: 977,600 Acres (39%) FORT BRAGG POPULATION Fort Bragg Dem ographic Profile Active Duty Military (Includes Active AR & NG) Num ber 52,280

Annual Reserve Components 9,503 Temporary Duty Students 3,121 Mobilized Soldiers Assigned 2,742 Civilian Employees 8,757 (APF, NAF, Contract) Contractors

3,516 Active Duty Family Members 62,962 Retirees & Family Members 98,507 Total Population Supported 241,388 Project Definition Project Team: SS Land Use Team, Center for Geographic Information & Analysis (CGIA), Sandhills Area Land Trust (SALT), NC Department of Commerces Division of Community Assistance (DCA).

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Collect and cleanup GIS datasets for 8 counties. Engage planners in regional meetings to define model framework: questions the model should answer, priority layers, etc. Broaden the audience and further refine priorities (by county). CGIA creates a regional sustainability model to inform the regional planning process. Regional meetings are held to build REGIONAL consensus on priorities, based on the principles of Sustainability. Finalize the GIS model and integrate results into a regional GIS web mapping application (plus user manual, training workshops.). Develop a REGIONAL LAND USE PLAN and assist our 8 county Project Partners in getting the Plan adopted!

Progress & One Year Plan 8/31/05: Internal SS Land Use Team meeting 9/27/05: 1st regional meeting held with planners/GIS staff. 6 of 8 counties attended, but 8 of 8 are interested. Long list of questions for the model to answer was generated. 11/1/05: 2nd regional meeting will be held with planners & GIS staff to refine the framework and expected priorities. 11/9/05: 1st county outreach meeting (Moore). 11/30/05: 2nd county outreach meeting (Richmond). By 2/28/06 all 8 counties will have been visited and their leaders engaged in the Sustainable Sandhills Initiative. 3/1/06-8/1/06: each countys planners and leaders will attend a local meeting to give input on priorities.

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