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. This active, hands-on workshop will help participants consider climate change and develop custom-built adaptation actions into their own real-world projects.
- Identify priorities and set goals for tribal natural resources management.
- Develop actions to help adapt natural resources to changing conditions.
- Incorporate cultural uses and relationships into adaptation actions.
- Develop plans to engage and consult tribal community members in adaptation decisions
Cost: Free! (Includes lunch and refreshments)
Lodging: We have a block of rooms at the Bay Mills Resort, listed under "Tribal Adaptation Workshop." call 1.888.4.BAYMILLS by May 18 for the group rate. Lodging support may be available - contact us for information!
Registration: The registration deadline for this workshop was May 16.
This workshop is the product of many organizations working together, including:
- Bay Mills Indian Community
- Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan
- Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission
- Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
- College of Menominee Nation
- Michigan Technological University
- 1854 Treaty Authority
- Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science
- GLIFWC Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment
- Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan Climate Change Vulnerability Assessment and detailed species handouts (click the Climate Adaptation tab)