2023 Looking Forward, Looking Back: Strengthening Resilience Today
The Alaska Tribal Resilience Learning Network invites your community to apply for a forthcoming training series that includes a community-based workshop to assist with planning for and responding to impacts from climate change.
The Looking Forward, Looking Back: Strengthening Resilience Today (SRT) training series will support communities taking steps to address local issues and concerns related to our warming Alaskan climate. Community leadership interested in building their collective understanding of a rapidly changing Alaskan climate are encouraged to apply as a team.
While there is no cost for the training series, we stress that community team members commit to fully attending and participating in all training and be open to working together as a community team and with the broader project facilitator team.
For more information please by email or phone:
- Application deadline: April 10, 2023
- Notice of Acceptance: April 14th
- Training 1 in Fairbanks: May 23-25, 2023
- Community visits: November, 2023 (TBD by Community)
- Training 2 in Fairbanks: TBD Between January and February, 2024
- Community Report Review: April-May, 2024
If you have any questions please reach out to the Tribal Resilience Learning Network team at .
The trainings are a collaborative project developed by Native American Fish and Wildlife Society (NAFWS), the Alaska Tribal Resilience Learning Network under the Alaska Climate Adaptation Science Center (AK CASC), Native Movement, the Alaska Center for Climate and Arctic Policy (ACCAP), the Scenarios Network for Alaska + Arctic Planning (SNAP) and the International Arctic Research Center (IARC). These trainings are sponsored by a grant from the Bureau of Indian Affairs Tribal Climate Resilience Program.