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Tribal Engagement Program


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The South Central CASC has made it a priority to focus on working with the many Tribes and Pueblos located within their region. Many of these Tribes and Pueblos have already experienced the effects of climate change and have found ways to adapt over time. With Tribes and Pueblos representing a major landowner group in the region having a significant role in water management due to tribal treaty water rights, it is crucial that they be involved in CASC work. The Chickasaw Nation and the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma became consortium members at the South Central CASC conception. Under this arrangement, the South Central CASC employs a full-time Tribal Liaison through the Chickasaw Nation and a New Mexico Tribal Liaison through the University [...]

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CMS Group :
Climate Adaptation Science Centers (CASC) Program
Principal Investigator :
Renee McPherson
Funding Agency :
South Central CASC

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Credit: Kim Winton, U.S. Geological Survey. Public domain.
Credit: Kim Winton, U.S. Geological Survey. Public domain.


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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • South Central CASC

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