The Tribal Adaptation Menu (TAM) continues to be utilized across the Midwest, Northeast, and Southeast

Dibaginjigaadeg Anishinaabe Ezhitwaad also known as the Tribal Adaptation Menu (TAM) continues to be utilized as a resource for Tribal climate adaptation planning and resilience for Tribal Nations in the Great Lakes region and beyond, including in the Northeast and Southeast. Although in-person workshops have been put on hold due to COVID-19 travel restrictions, the TAM author team continues to hold cohort calls for TAM workshop participants to share updates on their current projects, discuss plans to host and develop future workshops, and to host guest speakers working with Tribal Nations and communities on climate adaptation and resilience projects. For more information on the TAM or to discuss hosting a future workshop for your community contact Sara Smith (ssmith@menominee.edu) or Rob Croll (rcroll@glifwc.org).