Alliance Hosts Natural and Working Lands Implementation Plan Feedback Meeting


Last month, The Climate Science Alliance partnered with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife to host the California Natural Resources Agency from Sacramento, in order to provide an opportunity for CA Department of Fish and Wildlife staff in the San Diego office and other regional partners to give feedback on the Natural and Working Lands Implementation Plan.

Thank you to the team at the California Natural Resources Agency for coming down to San Diego to take part in our discussion on carbon sequestration opportunities and future investments for natural and working lands in the south coast.

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