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Faces of Adaptation: Meet John Tull

Dr. John Tull is the Nevada Science Coordinator for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Science Applications program and serves on the NW CASC Stakeholder Advisory Committee. He has been working in the Great Basin and other desert ecosystems for more than two decades. 

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Register Today! Upcoming NW CASC Webinar: Cultural Burning and Collaborative Fire Research and Management: Approaches for Respectfully Partnering with Tribes

In this webinar, USFS Research Scientist Dr. Frank Lake will discuss the historical context of cultural burning, clarify misconceptions about cultural burning, and present a decolonizing framework for fire management as a grounding for modern approaches to collaborative fire management that achieve shared values and resource objectives. 

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Upcoming Webinar on Managing Post-Fire, Climate-Induced Vegetation Transitions

Mark your calendars for the National Climate Adaptation Science Center’s upcoming webinar on Managing Post-Fire, Climate-Induced Vegetation Transitions on Thursday, March 11th at 12 p.m. PT. In this webinar, NW CASC-supported researchers, Meade Krosby, Mary Ann Rozance and Kim Davis, will present a review of current knowledge and practice around the emerging climate impact of post-fire vegetation transitions in the Northwest. 

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Faces of Adaptation: Meet Jessica Halofsky

Jessica Halofsky is the director of the USDA Northwest Climate Hub and the Forest Service Western Wildland Environmental Threat Assessment Center (WWETAC). In her role, Jessica promotes applied climate change science and adaptation in natural resources in the Northwest and across the West. 

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