September 13-14, 2011
This 1 1/2-day workshop was offered as a collaboration of the Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals and the USDA Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station to provide tribes in Arizona and New Mexico an opportunity to learn about and discuss climate change issues and concerns in the Southwest, to share ideas for addressing climate change through adaptation and mitigation strategies, and to identify resource and research needs of tribes related to climate change.
Click HERE for workshop agenda.
Click HERE for presentations and additional workshop material.
Click HERE for workshop report.
Climate Change Program Manager
Institute for Tribal Environmental Professionals
Northern Arizona University
Last updated: January 4, 2012