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Dates

Start Date
2013-09-18
End Date
2015-03-31

Summary

The Quartz Valley Indian Reservation (QVIR) partnered with tribes, federal agencies, watershed councils, and higher education institutions in the Klamath Basin for this project during summer of 2014. This project built upon current efforts to integrate western science and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) for climate change planning and adaptation in the Klamath Basin. North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NPLCC), Northwest Climate Science Center (NW CSC), and additional federal funding from the USDA Forest Service and other federal agencies supported five tribal interns. Major benefits for natural and cultural resource managers was the on the ground project work and the students’ final reports and presentations that [...]

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Purpose

The project addressed the issues of how tribal TEK can be incorporated into Climate science activities associated with research and management of natural and tribal cultural resources. The target audience for the project results and products are tribes, agencies, community organizations, the public as well as researchers and managers within the Klamath Basin, and those nationally seeking such examples.

Budget Extension

totalFunds46650.0
annualBudgets
year2013
fundingSources
amount46650.0
sourceUSFWS
totalFunds46650.0

Project Extension

projectStatusCompleted
projectProducts
productDescriptionFinal Report
statusDelivered
productDescriptionPresentation
statusDelivered
productDescriptionStudent Intern Project Reports
statusDelivered
parts
typeTarget Audience
valueTribes, Federal agencies and higher education institutions, tribal elders, natural and cultural resource managers

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Type Scheme Key
projectid LCC 306

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