Native Climate

Strengthening the Role of Climate Hubs in Indian Country

Working Group

The Native Climate Working Group (NCWG) is a monthly virtual forum for Tribal Extension leaders, agriculture producers, youth educators, and federal agency partners.


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Native Climate Working Group

Native Climate Working Group (NCWG) is a forum for Tribal Extension leaders, agriculture producers, and youth educators to come together with federal agency partners to learn about seasonal and long-term climate trends and to discuss how climate extremes are impacting Tribal agriculture, economies, and well-being.

The NCWG is hosted by Native Climate and meets on the third Tuesday of every month on Zoom at 10 AM PT. 



Discover Your Path! American Indian/Alaska Native Summer Camp

Discover Your Path! is a camp for high school aged students who want to explore different degrees and opportunities.  The camp will be at the 4-H camp in beautiful Lake Tahoe.  Students will have three full days of hands on activities emphasizing college preparation. They will learn about various programs, funding opportunities, and build a support network which will help with preparation for college.

The Tribal Students Summer Camp will take place from July 31st-August 1st, 2023, at the 4-H camp in Lake Tahoe.  Cost for the event is $180, which includes lodging, food, and t-shirt for students.


Project News

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Event Recap: Tribal Drought Resilience Workshop

Event Recap: Tribal Drought Resilience Workshop

On Sept 26-28 in Poulson, MT, NOAA-NIDIS and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes co-hosted a drought resilience workshop for tribes from the Upper Columbia and Missouri Basin. The workshop was attended by participants from more than 15 tribes from across the...

Building Capacity: Native Climate Focus Areas

Greenhouse at Salish Kootenai College


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