Enhancing climate resilience on tribal lands
Native Waters on Arid Lands
Native Waters on Arid Lands
November 14-16, 2017 ~ Reno, Nevada
Native Waters on Arid Lands Tribal Summit
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Our work

Learn about our goals, objectives, approach, project area and more.

Our team

Our project team is made up of researchers, extension experts and members of tribal communities of the Great Basin and American Southwest.


A list of project-relevant news stories gathered from around the web.


Information on upcoming and past events.

Climate Data

View climate data projections for nine tribal reservations within the Native Waters study area.

Project News and Updates

Native Waters on Arid Lands is a five-year program dedicated to understanding the impacts of climate change, evaluating adaptation options, and increasing the climate resilience of agriculture and water resources on American Indian lands of the Great Basin and Southwestern US.

Learn more on our blog.

Participants speak during a roundtable discussion at NWAL's Climate Resilience Workshop held in Reno, NV, May 9, 2017.

NWAL holds first climate resilience workshop

The end of a multi-year drought has created new challenges for…

Climate Resilience Workshop: May 9, 2017

Native Waters on Arid Lands will hold a climate resilience workshop…

New! Listen as we interview our project researchers about their work.

Meghan Collins and Dr. Richard Jasoni
Dr. David Rhode

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