The Michigan Coastal Zone Management Program is pursuing a § 309 Coastal Enhancement strategy to help coastal communities become more hazard-ready to flooding, engage with coastal communities to help empower them to take a shared-management approach, and better gauge coastal challenges at the local level, among others. Michigan hosts tools and resources for coastal communities to utilize in response to hazards such as flooding issues and erosion. For instance, the Michigan Coastal Program hosts trainings at both the regional and local level. At the regional level, Coastal Navigator Trainings are hosted to discuss coastal dynamics. At the local level, Community Pilot Trainings are offered to those interested in working with CZM and incorporating data and work into their local ordinances. In this case, a lot of basic scenario-based mapping takes place to show impacts of erosion and flooding.