The annual NW Climate Conference is the region's premier opportunity for a cross-disciplinary exchange of knowledge and ideas relating to climate impacts and adaptation.
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The South Atlantic LCC, Southeast Climate Science Center, Southeast Regional Climate Hub and the NC State Climate Office, hosts a monthly 1-hour Brown Bag lunch on the 2nd Thursday of each month at noon to help folks in the Triangle landscape conservation and climate change community connect with one another.
Native Waters on Arid Lands project seeks to build capacity among tribal communities in the Great Basin and American Southwest to enhance climate resiliency of water resources and agriculture. Their second annual Tribal Summit will be held on November 9-10, 2016 at the South Point Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Registration: $300 per person
Registration after October 7, 2016: $350
Monarch butterfly habitat—including milkweed host plants and nectar food sources—has declined drastically throughout most of the United States. Observed overwinter population levels have also exhibited a long-term downward trend that suggests a strong relationship between habitat loss and monarch population declines.
The next Canadian Council on Ecological Areas (CCEA) national workshop, co-hosted by the Northwest Territories and Yukon, will be held in Yellowknife the week of October 24, 2016. This timing will ensure the CCEA's work supports the Pan-Canadian efforts towards a roadmap to achieving Canada’s contribution to Aichi Target 11, while also incorporating the results of the World Conservation Congress in which the CCEA is participating.
In celebration of 100 years, the National Park Service Alaska Region will host the Centennial Science and Stewardship Symposium at the University of Alaska Fairbanks on October 19 – 20, 2016. The symposium will highlight how science and scholarship have shaped the past 100 years of national park management, and provide a forward look at the next century of collaborative science and scholarship in Alaska’s national parks.
Join us in California for the 2016 Natural Areas Conference, which will explore strategies and tactics that resource and natural areas managers can employ to prepare for and respond to climate change.
October 2016 is the 5-year anniversary of the Southeast Conservation Adaptation Strategy, which was initiated by states of the Southeastern Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (SEAFWA) and the federal Southeast Natural Resource Leaders Group (SENRLG). Support for the work is provided through the Southeast and Caribbean LCCs and the Southeast Aquatic Resources Partnership (SARP).
The North Carolina Coastal Federation, Albemarle-Pamlico National Estuary Partnership (APNEP) and the North Carolina Watershed Stewardship Network are hosting a free one-day, watershed planning workshop.
Join state and local water quality professionals, planners and managers for this training on coastal watershed restoration planning. Workshop participants will learn how to protect and restore coastal water quality with cost-effective watershed management strategies.
The Summit is dedicated to the conservation of Pacific Salmon throughout their native range. This year’s Summit will focus on "Restoring our Future". Categories to be addressed will be, collaborative restoration approach, leveraging funding to maximize restoration efforts, innovative restoration concepts for salmon recovery and restoration practices and science.