“Connecting Wildlands & Communities” Project Launches with 1st Stakeholder Outreach Workshop


The Alliance team helped SDSU’s Institute for Ecological Monitoring and Management host the first stakeholder outreach workshop as part of the “Connecting Wildlands & Communities” project. Couldn’t make the meeting? Sign up to receive workshop materials or RSVP for the next workshop.

The Climate Science Alliance helped host the first stakeholder outreach workshop for the "Connecting Wildlands & Communities" project led by San Diego State University's Institute for Ecological Monitoring and Management (IEMM).

Workshop attendees learned more about the stakeholder-driven effort and participated in feedback sessions focused on water, wildfire, biodiversity, and planning.

If you couldn’t attend the first workshop, you can RSVP for the next one in Los Angeles or sign up to receive updates and materials, including presentation recordings.

Visit the CWC page at: www.climatesciencealliance.org/cwc

Thank you to the City of Vista for hosting the workshop location, and to all attendees who participated! Your input is an important part of this project and we look forward to hearing from you again as the project progresses.

#ConnectingWildlandsCommunities #EcosystemResilience #BuildingResilience #BuildingCapacity

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