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Resources from 2024 Extension Risk Management Education National Conference

The Native Climate team held a pre-conference workshop for the 2024 Extension Risk Management Education Conference in Salt Lake City.

Bringing Culture to the Classroom: Educators and Cultural Specialists Shape Climate Learning on Flathead Reservation

On the Flathead Reservation in Montana, climate change impacts such as drought, heat waves, wildfire smoke, and intense cold periods are becoming increasingly familiar to people young and old. In local schools, however, teachers are sometimes challenged with how to...

Montana Climate Office and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes (CSKT) win ESRI Native Nations TEK Award

The Montana Climate Office and Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes have won a top ESRI 2023 StoryMap Award.

Native Climate reporter represents U.S. at Indigenous Research Network Workshop

In November, Native Climate team member Gina McGuire presented a keynote address as the U.S. representative to the Indigenous Research Network’s “Power of Inclusivity” workshop. This virtual workshop gathered young Indigenous leaders from around the world to share...

Northern Plains Climate Hub Shares FY23 Accomplishments

Recent accomplishments from the Northern Plains Climate Hub.

Climate Reporter Stories

Trust the Rain

A poem by Gina McGuire reflects on the presence and negative effects of microplastics in our bodies, food, air, and water.

Climate & Ceremony on the Hopi Nation: An Interview With Nadine Manuel

An interview with Nadine Manuel touches on challenges facing the Hopi Nation during this time of climate change and drought. By Gina McGuire.

The Water Within Us

A poem by Gina McGuire looks back to ancestral knowledges of groundwater and lifeways to inform the future.

Seek Me, You Two, and Find Me

A short story by Gina McGuire explores the intersection of Hawaiian culture with climate and disease ecology.

How Much More? A poem on sea level rise in Hawaiʻi

By Gina McGuire. How Much More? I wonder, will the sea push, the slow crawl inland into freshwater lens…

Nadine Manuel

Climate & Ceremony on the Hopi Nation: An Interview With Nadine Manuel

An interview with Nadine Manuel touches on challenges facing the Hopi Nation during this time of climate change and drought. By Gina McGuire.

Building Capacity: Native Climate Focus Areas

Greenhouse at Salish Kootenai College

Agriculture

Identifying climate needs of Native American farmers and ranchers

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Climate Data

Enhancing climate monitoring and data services on Tribal lands

Group standing near edge of cliff on Navajo reservation

K-12 Education

Creating place-based climate modules for Native teachers