USET will follow Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Tribal, federal, and state public health guidelines and updates regarding COVID 19. In order to ensure the safety of Tribal Nation citizens, our staff, and our partners we are limiting in-person participation to 30 participants and 20 support staff (50 total). Additional participants may be accommodated in an online format.
The USET Tribal Climate Resilience Camp (the Program) will support teams of Tribal Leaders, climate change coordinators, planners, and program managers to build skills, gather information, and develop Tribal policies and plans needed for Tribal Nations to address climate change impacts.
There is no fee for registration. Meals and lodging for Tribal Nation teams at the Schoodic Institute will be covered by the Program. Tribal Nation teams, however, are responsible for covering all travel costs getting to and from the event (including but not limited to airfare, airport parking, mileage, per diem, or other expenses on travel days). The Program will provide upon request, shuttle transportation from the Bangor International Airport to and from the camp venue. However, car rental costs will not be covered by the Program and will be the responsibility of the participants.