USET is following the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Tribal, federal, and state public health guidelines and updates regarding COVID-19. The USET Tribal Climate Resilience Camp (TCRC) will adhere to all public health guidelines in planning the event and as required at the time of the event in July 2021.
Pre-assessment questionnaire now available!
URGENT: The Tribal Climate Resilience Camp planning team needs your help! Please take our pre-assessment questionnaire to better allow us to develop the content of our camp’s curriculum. But wait—there’s more: those who submit their feedback by October 2 will be entered into a drawing for a lobster dinner or Maine-made memento! Act NOW! Don’t miss out!!!
Tribal Climate Resilience Camp Goal
To support teams of Tribal leaders, staff, elders, and the next generation to build resilience to climate change.
Why you should attend
- Learn examples of Tribal climate adaptation planning
- Identify resources from climate science centers and Tribal organizations
- Build camaraderie with your Tribal Nation team
- Develop climate adaptation to fit the values and priorities of your Tribal Nation/community
- Create a strategy to engage your Tribal Nation/community in climate adaptation planning
Testimonials from the ATNI 2019 Tribal Climate Camp
What to expect
The Tribal Climate Resilience Camp will take place at the Schoodic Institute at Acadia National Park in Winter Harbor, Maine. More information (amenities/resources, what to pack, etc.) will be posted soon.
Agenda at a glance
Frequently asked questions
You have questions, and we’ll have answers soon on topics including:
- What’s the difference in camping and glamping?
- Who is the ideal candidate to attend the TCRC?
- What is a climate adaptation plan?
- What is a vulnerability assessment?
- Can I bring my family?
- Do I need a rental car?
- Will all events and facilities be ADA accessible?
- How do I get there from here?