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Climate Change(d): Weathering Extremes Together

April 8 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

The changing climate has already had profound impacts on our region’s water and watersheds. Our challenge is to adapt and build resiliency for future generations in the North Bay! On April 8, 2022, the North Bay Watershed (NBWA) engaged with industry experts on the direct and indirect relationships our varied North Bay communities have with weather extremes and ways in which our water suppliers and watershed managers are adapting and planning for a widely collaborative future.

Please find module recordings and resources below. Closed captioning (CC) and Spanish translation are provided.
Encuentre las grabaciones y los recursos del módulo a continuación. Se proporcionan subtítulos (CC) y traducción al español.

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NBWA Conference Event Program

Modular topics:

One Water, One Bay
Sea Level Rise and Freshwater Drop
WatershedSMART
Resiliency Leadership and Workforce Development

WatershedSMART: Development of resiliency tools and programs to understand and address extreme weather, drought, wildfire in our regional landscapes and communities.

Speakers:

  • Newsha Ajami, PhD, Berkeley Lab Earth and Environmental Sciences Area
  • Roger Bales, PhD, UC Merced
  • Rebecca Burgess of Fibershed

Resiliency Leadership and Workforce Development: Engagement of our diverse communities and youth in adaptation projects to create future generations of leaders and career climate changemakers.

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The 2022 NBWA conference was FREE, however, we encouraged participants to consider donating to fund the NBWA small grants and scholarship program.

The North Bay Watershed Association (NBWA) has worked diligently for more than twenty years on water resource issues that go beyond traditional boundaries to promote stewardship of the North Bay watersheds. The NBWA is proud to sponsor and support local organizations and individuals in our regional community through providing selective local small grants and scholarships. The NBWA is always interested to learn about projects and initiatives that inform, engage, and enhance our North Bay watershed communities. Importantly, our projects are encouraged to be developed, piloted, or implemented by a local proponent with a design plan to distribute derivative benefits to the entire region.

For more information regarding these programs, please visit the small grants and scholarship program.

Details

Date:
April 8
Time:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Online Event Only
CA United States