May 31 , June 2
Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to DoTin Mountain Conservation Center
Join Tin Mountain Conservation Center for this interesting 2-part program. You do not need to attend both sessions, but it is encouraged!
Considering Climate Change in Land Conservation: Where to Work and What to Do
Classroom session: Thursday, May 31, 7pm, TMCC
Field session: Saturday, June 2, 9am-noon, Meet at the Maine Visitors Center on Rt 302
Have you ever thought about how the changing climate may influence land conservation? Have you heard of “climate adaptation” or “climate resilience” and wondered what they mean for conservation work in particular? In this 2-part program, Erika Rowland of USVLT, Nick Fisichelli of the Schoodic Institute, and forester Dan Stepanauskus, will discuss how certain conservation easements contribute to climate resilience and what role climate change adaptation may play in the future management of this and other conservation lands. The evening program will be followed by an exploration of one of USVLT conservation easements. Participants do not to need to attend both program, but are encouraged to!
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