In person and virtual events provide an important forum for people to make connections and understand on a personal level the ways communities around the country are adapting to climate change. The events listed below are hosted by Native Climate, our partner organizations, and others working in the field of climate adaptation and tribal issues.
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Hosted by Native Climate: 10-11 AM PT, 3rd Tuesday of every month
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.
Hosted by Families for a Liveable CLimate and Home ReSource: April 14th &15th 2023, 10 AM-3PM
Join Families for a Liveable Climate on April 14th and 15th in Missoula, MT for this fantastic environmental leadership workshop. The event is free and focused on teens aged 14-18. The workshop will focus on teaching young people to meaningfully advocate for change with climate-related issues.
Hosted by CSKT, Salish Kootenai College, and the University of Montana: April 21 2023, 9 AM - 6 PM
On April 21st 2023, CSKT will be hosting their annual Earth Day event at the Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, MT. The event will feature presentations on the CSKT Climate Change Strategic Plan, storytelling, a wide range of booths to explore on different types of climate action, and more. Further details on the event will be available soon.
Missed a webinar or meeting posted here? When possible, links to recordings and event descriptions will be posted here.
Access information about all of our past sessions, along with recordings and slides, by following this link: Native Climate Working Group
Access the slide deck on climate in Montana from Kyle Bocinsky of the Native Climate Office here: AgroClimate_Presentation
The International Institute for Indigenous Resource Management has organized monthly showings of films highlighting different resource issues: this one is a 2009 documentary focusing on the Klamath river, a newly relevant issue as the dam is scheduled to be removed in 2023. Watch the film here: River of Renewal