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At least 95% of resource managers want to hear from peers about lessons learned during drought. The Drought Learning Network (DLN) is a new consortium of climate service providers and resource managers building resilience to drought with intentional peer-to-…
Tribal members of the Society for Range Management’s Native American Rangeland Advisory Committee, and many other Tribal representatives recommend that culturally relevant training and capacity building should be a priority for any comprehensive rangeland…
This page includes a growing list of climate change adaptation plans organized by audience level, including regional, state, county, Tribes, Tribal Nations, Indian Nations, Alaska Native Villages, community scales, and more.
Ridgeway Farms is an original homestead family farm that is part of the Kenai Peninsula farming community. Abby Ala and four generations of her family have been working the land since 1948 and are currently planning for future change.