Reflecting Indigenous Perspectives in Climate Adaptation
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.
- Identify priorities and set goals for tribal natural resources management.
- Evaluate challenges and opportunities to meeting goals under climate change.
- Develop actions to help adapt natural resources to changing conditions.
- Develop plans to engage tribal community members in adaptation decisions.
This training is designed for tribal natural resource managers, along with partner organizations and key collaborators. We encourage individuals and small teams to participate and to bring a project that is relevant to you and your work.
Example project ideas:
- Wild rice restoration in a lake
- Protecting cultural sites from storm damage
- Planning for future community needs for hunting and gathering
Register before February 14th!
Note: Workshop will be capped at 30 people. The deadline for registration is February 14, 2020. All participants are encouraged to attend a pre-workshop webinar scheduled for February 24th, 1-2:30 PM CT.
- Cost: This workshop is free for all to attend. The workshop includes lunch and refreshments
- Lodging: Room blocks are currently being worked out, stay tuned.
- Questions, please contact: Rob Croll (email@example.com) for more information.
1854 Treaty Authority
College of Menominee Nation - Sustainable Development Institute
Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan
Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission
Michigan Technological University
Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center
Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science