Date
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Location
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Hardin Hall, Lincoln, NE
Description

Description: Wildlife managers face the growing challenge of helping wildlife populations and ecosystems respond to climate change. This active, hands-on workshop will help participants consider climate change and develop custom-built adaptation actions into their own real-world projects.

Cost: Free! (Includes lunch and refreshments)

Registration: This workshop will be capped at 35 participants. Register at the link below by May 16.

Questions: Contact Stephen Handler (sdhandler@fs.fed.us) or Rick Schneider (rick.schneider@nebraska.gov) for more information.

Lodging: Participants are responsible for their own lodging. Here are a few suggestions for hotels near the UNL East Campus:

Co-hosts and collaborators

This workshop is being hosted by the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Staff from the USGS Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center and NIACS will be organizing and leading the workshop. 

Next steps

BRING YOUR OWN PROJECT

Want get the most out of this workshop? We’re looking for 8-12 participants to bring your own real-world projects to use as examples during this workshop. You’ll lead a small group, and when the dust settles you’ll have a custom-built adaptation plan that’s ready to execute! Contact Stephen Handler for more information (sdhandler@fs.fed.us).

This event is supported by our partners
Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Northeast Climate Adaptation Science Center