Welcome to the Redwood Region Climate and Community Resilience Hub

Supporting Transitions to Decarbonized and Resilient Communities

The CORE Hub helps convene dialogues and distribute resources to communities as they work to reorganize and relocate built and natural systems in better cooperation with human needs, and to document the processes so local communities and other rural regions and Tribal Nations have a recipe for their own decarbonized resilience.

CORE Goal

“By 2030, the Redwood Region could become the first proven carbon-sequestering rural area in the U.S.”

CORE Mission

The Redwood Core Hub provides community engagement, technical assistance and an equity and justice lens to help our community transition our built and natural systems to a decarbonized and resilient future.

By transitioning our built systems to lowest-emission operations, and optimizing natural systems’ regenerative and carbon ‘sink’ (sequestration) potentials, rural areas can adapt and manage against impacts, improve local economies and quality of life, zero out their own carbon footprint, and help the planet cool.

Resources

Learn about future and potential energy and climate projects in the Redwood Region.

Projects

Learn about future and potential energy and climate projects in the Redwood Region.

Meet the Advisory Council

The CORE Hub is guided by an interdisciplinary advisory council.

Get In Touch

The Humboldt Area and Wild Rivers Community Foundation is the incubation  organization for the Redwood Region Climate and Community Resilience (CORE) Hub.

336 Indianola Rd.

Bayside, CA 95524

Hours:

Mon – Thurs: 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

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