You are invited to participate in the MTU Civic Innovation Community Resilience Survey. The University of Washington & Michigan Technological University, together with Civic partners- Western Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Region (WUPPDR), are collaborating to develop innovative methods that use remote sensing data resources and community member engagement (crowdsourcing) to address current data gaps for improved flood hazard modeling and enhancing community resilience in rural communities of the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Through this survey, we are seeking information on your perspective on community resilience and associated indicators. This survey will take about 8 minutes to complete and it is part of the NSF project titled “Helping rural counties to enhance flooding and coastal disaster resilience and adaptation,” focused on Baraga and Houghton Counties in Michigan.
Download additional info about the Civic Innovation Challenge below.