Hosted by KS Wild. Co-hosted by SOCAN and others.
Join us for a four-week series exploring the intersection of wildfire, climate change, and COVID-19. Learn from experts on indigenous fire practices, forest policy, climate adaptation, and defensible spaces.
May 20, 6-7:30 pm: The First, Best Stewards: Aboriginal Fire And The Klamath Siskiyous
Panelists explore topics including the cultural landscape of the Klamath-Siskiyou ecoregion, fire ecology, indigenous stewardship practices, colonialism and its impact on the land and people, and climate change.
For the health and safety concerns of our communities, our steering committee has decided to take the Summit to a VIRTUAL platform. With fire season around the corner we feel that this content remains critically important during this time. While the Coronavirus might keep us from gathering in person, climate change and fire seasons are not going away.
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Read more about each panel and our panelists at www.kswild.org/fire-and-climate