The CWC Team Met with Tribal Partners at the 3rd Stakeholder Workshop


The Climate Science Alliance, SDSU’s Institute for Ecological Monitoring and Management, and Pala Band of Mission Indians host the third “Connecting Wildlands & Communities” project stakeholder workshop.

The Climate Science Alliance, SDSU’s Institute for Ecological Monitoring and Management, and Pala Band of Mission Indians hosted the third “Connecting Wildlands & Communities” project stakeholder workshop.

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

If you missed this first series of workshops, we invite you to participate online by viewing the presentation here and completing the feedback form here. Your input is an important part of this project and we look forward to hearing from you as the project progresses.

For updates, visit the CWC project page at: www.climatesciencealliance.org/cwc

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