Resilient Restoration Project highlighted during the 2021 State of Biodiversity Symposium

This year the Climate Science Alliance joined The Nat’s 2021 State of Biodiversity Symposium, an annual event designed to foster conversations around regional biodiversity, to discuss our Resilient Restoration project and how it fits into the larger biodiversity conservation happening in our region.



This year the Climate Science Alliance joined the San Diego Natural History Museum’s (The Nat) annual State of Biodiversity Symposium, an annual event designed to foster conversations around regional biodiversity, to discuss our Resilient Restoration project and how it fits into the larger biodiversity conservation happening in our region.



This year’s event took place virtually, occurring once a week over the month of April, with each week touching on a different theme around biodiversity. The closing week focused on “A Biodiversity Roadmap for California.” This panel included Alliance Director, Amber Pairis, to share the Resilient Restoration project, which strives to support Tribal resilience by developing knowledge and supporting actions that enhance persistence of cultural practices with a focus on preserving the ecosystems and plant species that are integral to Tribal communities. The entire team behind Resilient Restoration was present to answer questions and discuss the project in greater detail during an extended question & answer session.


If you missed this year’s symposium, not to worry! The recordings will soon be available on The Nat’s YouTube channel.


Resilient Restoration is supported by California Strategic Growth Council’s Climate Change Research Program with funds from California Climate Investments—Cap-and-Trade Dollars at Work.