Clemson University is currently working in collaboration with the US Army Corp of Engineers (USACE) to create a new model that will demonstrate how investment in planning processes and institutions can bring necessary resources to low-capacity communities so that mitigation funds result in equitable risk reduction. These efforts will increase communities’ capacity to perform disaster risk reduction, implement hazard mitigation, and build resilience. For this semester, this project aims to carry out similar mapping procedures as developed by the Pee Dee Project to map out critical infrastructure along the Savannah River Watershed.