Join the Connecting Wildlands & Communities Team for Virtual Town Hall

You're invited to a Virtual Town Hall for the Connecting Wildlands & Communities (CWC) Project on April 24th, 2020 from 11 AM - 12 PM. Register today!

Whether you are new to the project or have been collaborating with us since the beginning - we have exciting updates to share.


Our town hall will be an opportunity to get up to date on the project, preview early results of our research, and learn what we have planned in the coming year.

Most importantly, we want to hear from you. Your feedback has helped shape this project and we need your input on the tools and resources we plan to share so you can immediately put them to use in your climate resilience planning efforts in southern California.

We will be taking written questions and comments in real time via video conference chat. You may also submit them in advance to or using the form below:


We look forward to connecting with you soon, The Connecting Wildlands and Communities Team

The CWC project is focused on compiling and creating data to support planning in southern California to reduce wildfire risk, enhance water sustainability, conserve biodiversity, and promote carbon sequestration. The goal of this project is to provide data to inform decision-making and implementation of actions that will make our wildlands and communities more resilient in the face of climate change. If you are involved in jurisdictional planning, land management, or conservation and work on issues related to land-use, hazard/wildfire mitigation, climate adaptation, natural resources, or recreation, we encourage you to join us to learn more and share your input. Learn more at

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