Past Events: Workshop

January 23, 2018 12:00pm AKST to January 24, 2018 1:30pm AKST
Anchorage, AK
United States

The Inuit Circumpolar Council, Kawerak, and Pew Charitable Trusts invite scientists and researchers to register for a free workshop on co-production of knowledge. This is being held as part of the Alaska Marine Science Symposium (AMSS), but anyone is free to attend, even if you will not be at AMSS.

November 15, 2017 8:30am MST to November 16, 2017 4:00pm MST
Unitah Conference Center
313 E 200 S
Vernal, UT 84078
United States

The Southern Rockies and Great Northern Landscape Conservation Cooperatives, Conservation Science Partners, and the Northern Arizona University Landscape Conservation Initiative are pleased to announce a second workshop as part of the Green River Basin Landscape Conservation Design (GRB LCD), an effort to support coordination and actions across boundaries and jurisdictions to meet mutual goals for conservation targets in the sage-steppe and aquatic-riparian ecosystems of the Green River Basin

November 7, 2017 8:30am CST to November 8, 2017 5:00pm CST

The 2017 Rio Grande / Rio Bravo Binational Forum will bring together a variety of water users, such as farmers, ranchers, city officials, tribal members, policymakers, business leaders, conservationists, and scientists from Mexico and the United States. Together, we will share creative approaches to meet river management and water challenges, inspire collaboration, and highlight and build upon successes to protect the river for future generations.

Desired Outcomes

September 19, 2017 9:00am PDT to September 21, 2017 5:00pm PDT

The La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians, Institute of Tribal Environmental Professionals and the University of San Diego are collaborating on the 2017 Southwestern Tribal Climate Change Summit. Please see the attached “save the date” document information and please pass onto interested individuals.
 

September 6, 2017 8:30am MDT to September 7, 2017 4:30pm MDT
Kachina Lodge
413 Paseo del Pueblo Norte
Taos, NM 87571
United States

One of the major challenges of adapting to a rapidly changing landscape is translating broad concepts into specific, tangible actions. Vulnerability assessments are a key step toward identifying effective management strategies and prioritizing specific management actions to conserve and restore natural resources.

September 6, 2017 10:00am to 4:00pm EDT
The Kensington Hotel
3500 South State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48108
United States

In 2016, the Upper Midwest and Great Lakes LCC Coastal Conservation Working Group convened land managers and stakeholders from Saginaw Bay to western Lake Erie at a pair of workshops to strategically identify, plan and implement effective coastal wetland conservation efforts in this pilot area.

August 29, 2017 8:30am MDT to August 30, 2017 4:30pm MDT
Fort Lewis College
1000 Rim Drive
Durango, CO 81301
United States

One of the major challenges of adapting to a rapidly changing landscape is translating broad concepts into specific, tangible actions. Vulnerability assessments are a key step toward identifying effective management strategies and prioritizing specific management actions to conserve and restore natural resources.

August 7, 2017 9:00am to 4:00pm MDT
Inn at the Mountain Gods
Mescalero, NM
United States

A preconference workshop on gray wolf managment will be held in conjunction with the Native American Fish and Wildlife Southwest Region Conference. The primary goal of a workshop is for the Tribes in the southwest to hear directly from Tribal biologists and natural resource managers from areas outside of the southwest, including Tribes from, but not limited to, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and Oregon about wolf management on other reservation lands.

August 2, 2017 9:00am PDT to August 3, 2017 4:00pm PDT
Sacramento, CA
United States

Workshop Goal: Develop a set of work plans for implementing joint landscape-scale adaptation actions. 

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July 10, 2017 9:00am to 1:00pm CDT
United States

Most prescribed burns in Nebraska occur in early spring and might be postponed until next year if weather and other factors shorten the burn season. Instead of limiting our window of opportunity to just a few months of prescribed burning, consider using fire throughout the year to extend the burn season and accomplish land management objectives. During the growing season, for example, burns typically have a greater impact on brush.