NWAL 2016 Tribal Summit - Preconference breakout session. Nov 9, 2016.


Native Waters on Arid Lands hosts an annual Tribal Summit, in which researchers, extension experts and members of tribal communities meet to share information related to climate change, climate adaptation, agriculture, water resources, and other topics. We also host occasional workshops related to climate and agriculture on tribal lands. Below is a listing of our upcoming and past events, as well as the details, agendas and outcomes (if available) of each event.

Upcoming Events

Youth Day and Short Course on R for Environmental Analysis

May 3-5, 2018. Salish Kootenai College, Montana.

Event info

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

Past events

Third Annual Tribal Summit (2017)
November 15-16, 2017. Sparks, Nevada.
Event detailsSummit Agenda (PDF)Summit outcomes (blog post)2017 Tribal Summit Report (PDF)

Youth Day at the Desert Research Institute
November 13, 2017. Reno, Nevada.
Event detailsEvent outcomes (blog post)

Arizona Climate Resilience Workshops
September 12, 2017. Dine College (Tsaile, AZ)
September 14, 2017. Arizona Western College (Parker, AZ)
Event details — Workshop Agenda (PDF)

Climate Resilience Workshop
May 9, 2017. Sparks, Nevada.
Event detailsWorkshop Agenda — Workshop outcomes (blog post)

Second Annual Tribal Summit (2016)
November 9-10, 2016. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Event details2016 Summit AgendaSummit outcomes (blog post)2016 Tribal Summit Report

First Annual Tribal Summit (2015)
November 5-6, 2015. Las Vegas, Nevada.
Event details2015 Tribal Summit Agenda

Tom Davis, Chief Planning & Development Officer for the Agua Caliente Band of Cahulla Indians (Palm Springs, California) speaks during Session 1. Nov 9, 2016.