Tribes & Climate Change Training

Webinars:

Forest Carbon Projects for Tribes – What They Are and How They Can Benefit Tribes
Developing forest carbon projects can be a complex undertaking in which forest managers must navigate regulations and relationships with government and non-government stakeholders. In return, these projects can become lucrative economic development opportunities for tribes while at the same time offering many co-benefits related to ecosystem health, forest management, and climate resiliency.

This webinar will provide an overview of forest carbon projects; including what they are, what benefits they provide, what they mean for forest management, and how a tribe can develop a project. Three speakers will share their perspectives on this topic, and there will be time at the end for audience questions.

Presenters:

Joshua Strauss – Vice President, Bluesource
928/523-7046
jstrauss@bluesource.com
Ernie Neptune – Forest Supervisor, Passamaquoddy Forestry Dept
207/853-5127
ernieneptune@gmail.com
Matt Anderson – Forester, U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs, Midwest Regional Office
612/725-4598
Matthew.Anderson@bia.gov
Presentations:
Bluesource Tribal Forest Carbon
BIA and Carbon
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For more information please contact:
Nikki Cooley, Co-Manager
928/523-7046
Nikki.Cooley@nau.edu
Karen Cozzetto, Co-Manager
928/523-6758
Karen.Cozzetto@nau.edu