Adaptive Management Initiative Workshop
Taking Action on Climate Change Adaptation: A Workshop to Develop Shared Strategies for a Shared Landscape
March 19-20, 2014 Missoula, MT
The Wilderness Society (TWS), Crown of the Continent Conservation Initiative (CCCI) and the Crown Managers Partnership (CMP) created a workshop to explore the potential for coordinating effective climate change adaptation projects across the shared landscape of the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem. The objectives of the workshop were:
- To identify explicit adaptation strategies to build resilience and facilitate change in the Crown of the Continents forests and watersheds;
- To look at opportunities to coordinate strategies and foster execution at multiple scales to enhance learning and adaptive management;
- To build capacity among managers and community stakeholders across our shared landscape to integrate climate-smart conservation and management into existing work;
- To explore the potential to launch pilot learning projects in key landscapes in the Crown of the Continent.
Here is the final report on the Taking Action on Climate Change Workshop.
To take a look at the notes from the evening mixer on March 19 click here.
To view the workshop agenda click here.
To take a look at Regan Nelson's presentation click here.
To take a look at Erin Sexton's presentation click here.
To take a look at Anne Carlson's presentation click here.
Here are the project fact sheets.
This workshop took place in conjunction with the 2014 CMP Forum: Managing for Climate Change in the Crown of the Continent. For an overview of the 2014 Forum click here.