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La Jolla Tribe Hosts Community Meeting on Prescribed Fire and Cultural & Natural Resources

On August 27th, the Climate Science Alliance Team participated in and supported the "Prescribed Fire and Cultural and Natural Resource" Community Meeting hosted by the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians Fire and Environmental Departments for the benefit of the La Jolla Tribal community.


La Jolla Fire Chief Wesley Ruise, Jr. stands in front of a group of community members next to a slideshow presentation featuring images of pile burning and broadcast burning.

On August 27th, 2022, the Climate Science Alliance team participated in and supported the "Prescribed Fire and Cultural and Natural Resource" Community Meeting hosted by the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians Fire and Environmental Departments for the benefit of the La Jolla Tribal community. The day consisted of educational presentations and resources and open discussions surrounding the topics of integrated resource planning, prescribed burning for harvesting plants, a review of the Forest Management Plan, research partnerships, and more. Climate Science Alliance Tribal Capacities and Partnerships Program Manager, Will Madrigal Jr., was present to participate in discussions and shared about long-standing Climate Science Alliance partnerships with the La Jolla Tribe, La Jolla's adaptation planning efforts, and on-going collaborations through the Stewardship Pathways project.



Thank you to our partners Fire Chief Wesley Ruise Jr.,who serves as a Stewardship Pathways Technical Advisor for the Climate Science Alliance, Joelene Tamm, Natural Resources Program Director for the Tribe, and the leadership and community members for an incredible day discussing important topics.

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