Taking Action on Climate Change Adaptation: Piloting Adaptation Strategies to reduce Vulnerability and Increase Resilience for Native Salmonids in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem
Adaptive Management Workshop II
November 18-20, 2014
Red Lion Hotel, Kalispell, MT
The second workshop is intended to help facilitate the development and implementation of adaptation strategies for climate change across the Crown of the Continent.
In response to priorities established by participants in the first “Big tent’ workshop, the second working group discussion will focus on Piloting Adaptation Strategies to Reduce Vulnerability and Increase Resilience for Native Trout in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem.
To view the workshop agenda click here.
Map of the workshop venue.
To view the participant list click here.
To view a map of the Crown of the Continent click here.
To view a jurisdictional map of the Crown of the Continent click here.
Bull Trout Vulnerability Summary for the CCE
West Slope Cutthroat Trout Vulnerability Summary for the CCE
To view Erin Sexton’s introductory presentation, click here
To view Clint Muhlfeld and Leslie Jones' presentations on the current status, threats, and the climate science available to support informed decision-making for conservation of native bull trout and westslope cutthroat trout in the Crown of the Continent Ecosystem, click here.
To view presentations by the members of the panel to frame the opportunities and challenges by jurisdiction, click here
To view Brad Shepard’s presentation on work that he and his colleagues in the Multi-State Interagency Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout Conservation Work Group have completed to define geographic priorities for native salmonids at the landscape scale in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, click here
To view presentations by the members of the panel on adaptation strategies and tactics for bull trout and westslope cutthroat trout, click here