Climate Adaptation For Land Trusts - November Course
The Land Trust Alliance and NIACS are offering an online short course for land trusts actively working on stewardship projects in rural, suburban, and urban forests, forested watersheds, and wetland systems.
- Identify locally important climate change impacts, challenges, and opportunities.
- Understand a step-by-step process for considering climate change and carbon in land stewardship and management.
- Develop actions to help a specific natural area adapt to changing conditions.
- Communicate with stakeholders about climate impacts and adaptation responses.
Land trusts can participate as individuals or in groups up to five. Climate vulnerability information will be targeted to ecosystems in the U.S. Midwest, Northeast, Intermountain west and Pacific Northwest.
This course will be held over 3 weeks requiring 3 hours of virtual live classes, a self guided field session and assignments. Instructors will provide guidance, weekly check-ins, and coaching. For the self-guided field session, participants are asked to visit a property or natural area of their choosing and think about real-world applications of the course material.
Participants can work individually or in groups up to five. The course will be held over three weeks in November, starting on November 2nd.
Cost: $125 per Land Trust (limit of 5 staff)