Co-hosted by NIDIS and the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the Workshop for Building Drought Resilience in a Changing Climate with Upper Columbia and Missouri Basin Tribes will convene tribal resource managers and climate partners to:
- Provide a forum for sharing information and experiences with managing drought in a changing climate
- Determine best ways to communicate and collaborate on projects and funding opportunities
- Discuss high-priority data and information needs and gaps so that NIDIS can continue to build tribal drought resilience in these regions.
Registration has now closed. More information on the workshop, including logistics, can be found on the workshop website.
Where: Kwataqnuk Resort & Casino, Polson, Montana
When: Tuesday, September 26 (Full Day)
Wednesday, September 27 (Full Day)
Thursday, September 28 (AM Half Day)
Who: This workshop is open to anyone who has an interest in drought issues on tribal lands in the Upper Columbia and Missouri River Basins, including:
- Tribal resource managers, government leaders, and citizens
- Tribal College and University (TCU) faculty, staff, and students
- Federal and state partners
- Academic partners
- Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs)
- Private sector partners.
Workshop Agenda: View the final agenda
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