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Strengthening the Role of Climate Hubs in Indian Country

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AgroClimate Workshop for Agricultural & Forestry Professionals and Partners

This workshop hosted by the USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub will bring together organizations and individuals working on agriculture and forestry issues to develop communication and conservation skills, share knowledge, and make connections with other professionals.  The workshop will take place on March 14th and 15th in Billings, MT at the DoubleTree by Hilton.  Visit the Climate Hub website for more information and to register:

AgroClimate Workshop

Webinar: Growing food, saving water, and sequestering carbon

Join the Southwest Climate Hub for this presentation by Robert Reed on the curbside food scrap collection for composting program in San Francisco.  The webinar will cover the advantages of the program and how composting is beneficial for the environment as well as discussing how organizations, communities, and businesses can implement similar initiatives.  The webinar will take place Wednesday, February 1st, at 7 pm MT.  Follow the link below to sign up:


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

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

Photo, above: Shorecasting for ulua (giant trevally), East Oʻahu. Easily weighing over 100 lbs and regarded for their strength and elusiveness, ulua fishing as cultural practice and community building continues to connect lawaiʻa to each other and the coastlines that...

Discussing Drought in Nevada with Robin Smuda

Discussing Drought in Nevada with Robin Smuda

Writing for People, Writing for land For Native Climate reporter intern Robin Smuda, the story of climate change in Northern Nevada is about more than just rising temperatures and decreasing precipitation.  It’s also the story of human events: the loss of Washoe...

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