The Deal Island Peninsula Project (DIPP) is a network of diverse stakeholders brought together through various collaborative projects to address challenges impacting the health and wellbeing of the local communities and environments. DIPP is organized around the idea that through collaboration, we can build a rich pool of diverse knowledge, experiences, and skills to draw from in developing robust strategies that meet a range of needs and goals for resilience. It is also through our collaborations that we have developed invaluable stakeholder relationships that help create new channels for knowledge exchange and improved access to resources in rural, underserved communities, such as those on the Deal Island Peninsula. Learn more about our collaborative approach and collaborative projects through the left-hand menu options.
DIPP Stakeholders participate in a collaborative workshop on landscaping techniques for erosion and flooding reduction.