Join us during Spring 2017 to explore activities and tools that facilitate effective adaptation and build social-ecological resilience in the context of changing landscapes. For additional information, visit the series website or contact Laurie Yung (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the University of Montana W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation . All webinars are Wednesdays Noon-1:00 pm (Mountain Time) and are completely FREE and open to the public!
- January 25th: Conducting Vulnerability Assessments (Click for more info)
- Renee Rondeau (Colorado Natural Heritage Program) and Marcie Bidwell (Mountain Studies Institute)
- February 8th: Developing Scenarios for the Landscape-Scale
- Imtiaz Rangwala (Western Water Assessment) and Renee Rondeau (Colorado Natural Heritage Program)
- February 22nd: Understanding the Views of Decision-Makers
- Laurie Yung (University of Montana) and Katie Clifford (University of Colorado)
- March 8th: Working in Interdisciplinary Teams to Build Social-Ecological Models
- Rudy Schuster (United States Geological Survey)
- March 22nd: Engaging Stakeholders in Developing Adaptation Strategies
- Marcie Bidwell (Mountain Studies Institute) and Betsy Neely (The Nature Conservancy)
- April 5th: Connecting Insights to Policy-Making and the Institutional Context
- Nina Burkardt (United States Geological Survey) and Laurie Yung (University of Montana)
Log-in to the webinar through AdobeConnect at https://usfs.adobeconnect.com/sac. You will be prompted to download a plug-in the first time you access AdobeConnect. There is no password for the webinar meeting room. Audio for the webinar is available through the conference line 1-888-844-9904, passcode 2453228#.
This webinar series is sponsored by the U.S. Forest Service Rocky Mountain Research Station, North Central Climate Science Center, University of Montana W.A. Franke College of Forestry and Conservation, United States Geological Survey, The Nature Conservancy, Mountain Studies Institute, Colorado Natural Heritage Program, Western Water Assessment, University of Colorado, and NOAA.