Native Waters on Arid Lands will hold climate resilience workshops on September 12, 2017 at Dine College (Tsaile, AZ) and on September 14, 2017 at the Colorado River Indian Tribes reservation (Parker, AZ). The purpose of these workshops is to make climate data available and accessible to tribal partners to inform discussions about the impacts to traditional and production livestock and crop agriculture from warming temperatures and extreme precipitation events and options to enhance the climate resiliency of tribal agriculture.
The workshop agenda is as follows (Download PDF):
The Native Waters on Arid Lands project seeks to enhance the climate resiliency of agriculture on American Indian lands of the Great Basin and Southwest by building the capacity within tribal communities to develop and implement reservation-wide plans, policies, and practices to support sustainable agriculture and water management.
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