Inter-Tribal Climate Adaptation Leadership Summit

Summit Information:

Location: University of CA Hopland Research and Extension Center [see map]

A series of three workshops will address these topics: Workshop 1: watershed and climate change information, Workshop 2: drafting a climate adaptation plan, and Workshop 3: sharing draft plans and lessons learned. Registration is free, but spaces are limited. First priority to Tribes within and near Sonoma, Lake and Mendocino counties. Lunch is included.

Who Should Attend:
This Summit is intended for Tribal staff and leaders from Tribes interested in developing vulnerability assessments and climate adaptation plans.

Sponsored by: Kashia Pomo Tribal Government, Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, and the California Landscape Conservation Cooperative

Contact: Abreanna Gomes,

Workshop One: Watershed and Climate Change Info and Resource Sharing

September 16, 2016

Resources and Posters


Workshop Two: Drafting a Climate Adaptation Plan

November 10, 2016



Workshop Three: Sharing Draft Plans and Lessons Learned

Date TBD