Workshop: Culturally Relevant Climate Change Adaptation Planning for Tribes and Tribal Partners

Event Type: 
In Person
Date: 
Wednesday, January 23, 2019 to Thursday, January 24, 2019
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Description: 

Title: Culturally Relevant Climate Change Adaptation Planning for Tribes and Tribal Partners

Date: January 23-24th, 2019, approximately 9:00am - 4:30pm each day

Webinar Date: January 9th, 1-2:30pm central

Location: Cloquet Forestry Center, MN - cfc.cfans.umn.edu/

Lodging: Black Bear Casino - www.blackbearcasinoresort.com/  Please call 1-888-771-0777 and ask for the Climate Adaptation for Tribes room block by Dec. 22nd, 2018. 

Registration Link: https://goo.gl/forms/6RNAm49HuqVcwIyU2 - Please register by January 4th, 2019.

Audience: Tribal natural resource managers as individuals or teams, along with partner organizations and key collaborators whose work pertains to tribal lands and land within ceded territory.

Cost: No cost to attend the workshop. Travel costs are paid by home institution. Some travel support may become available (please indicate interest on registration form).

Description: 

Traditional and indigenous knowledges and perspectives have not often been recognized in climate adaptation planning efforts focused on natural and cultural resources. This training will use the new Tribal Adaptation Menu along with the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science Adaptation Workbook to integrate tribal and traditional values with climate adaptation planning processes. Feedback and discussion on the menu will be welcomed and encouraged.

Read about the Tribal Adaptation Menu effort here: https://data.glifwc.org/archive.bio/Tribal%20Menu%20Flyer%209-18.pdf

Workshop Goals:

  • Identify priorities and set goals for tribal natural resources management.
  • Evaluate challenges and opportunities to meeting select goals under climate change.
  • Develop actions to help adapt natural resources to changing conditions.
  • Develop plans to engage tribal community members in adaptation decisions
  • Learn about tools and approaches that can serve as a foundation for more detailed local and regional work.