Test Calendar for AK TRLN

June 2, 2022
  • June 2, 2022  9:00 am - 10:00 am

    NAFWS Event - America the Beautiful Challenge funding seminar

    With a short window available to apply for the America the Beautiful Challenge funding, the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society (NAFWS) is hosting an informational webinar on Thursday, June 2, 2022 at 9:00 AM Alaska Time to provide information on how Tribes can apply for funding.


    This year, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) will award $85 million in nationwide funding through the America the Beautiful Challenge (ATBC) for projects across the following themes:

    • Conserving and restoring rivers, coasts, wetlands and watersheds
    • Conserving and restoring forests, grasslands and other important ecosystems that serve as carbon sinks
    • Connecting and reconnecting wildlife corridors, large landscapes, watersheds and seascapes
    • Improving ecosystem and community resilience to flooding, drought and other climate-related threats
    • Expanding access to the outdoors, particularly in underserved communities

    Register for the webinar at https://www.nafws.org/product/access-atbc-grants/

July 6, 2022
  • July 6, 2022  8:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    BIA Tribal Climate Resilience Program funding applications due

    Visit the BIA Tribal Climate Resilience Program website for more information about program.

    Click here to view the BIA Tribal Climate Resilience Program (TRCP) Request for Proposals. 

About Climate Data

About Climate Data

This tool explains basic climate tools and shows you how you can use climate data in your work.

A short tour introduces basic terms used in climate modeling, including Global Climate Models, downscaling, and Representative & Extended Concentration Pathways.

Use this interactive map to explore temperature and length of growing season data from three different climate scenarios for 2010-2090.

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Alaska Garden Helper
Alaska Wildfire Daily Count
Community Climate Charts
Community Permafrost Data
Daily Precipitation
Extreme Weather
Historical Sea Ice Atlas
Integrated Arctic Management
Modeled Sea Ice Coverage
NWT Climate Scenarios
Sea Ice and Wind
Alaska Wildfires: Past and Present

Tribal Planning with SNAP Tools

Accessing Data for your Planning Needs

These useful and easy-to-access tools can be used for building Tribal Adaptation Plans, risk assessments, and other planning purposes. They allow quick and easy access to a variety of climate data that can drive planning processes. Assess permafrost risk in your community, understand the future of precipitation events, or assess expert climate projections of temperature with a few clicks. Then export the data in a number of formats to include in your planning processes, or to present to your community.

Complex Questions require a Collaborative Approach

Many critical questions to Tribal planning processes are more complex than projections of temperature or rainfall. The future of subsistence resources like berries and caribou, or the viability of community gardens require the data in some of these tools, coupled with community expertise or data from other sources. These complex questions .... collaborative conversations... expertise and joint communication....

Knowing when to say "We Don't Know"

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