Join us at the upcoming workshop on July 29th-30th at the Menominee Convention Center. This workshop will provide updates for an ongoing three year project at College of Menominee Nation Sustainable Development Institute. This workshop is an update to the August 2014 workshop that originally introduced the community to the project. The project includes an integrative assessment of both forest cultural relationships and advanced field-based inventory protocol. The workshop is designed to introduce the project to the community, and also provide opportunities for discussion on climate change adaptation and mitigation efforts.

Measuring the Pulse of the Forest:
Assessing Adaptation and Mitigation of Tribal Sustainable Forestry and Communities to Climate Change
This project is funded by the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture

You can register either by stopping by the Sustainable Development Institute, or contacting Rebecca Edler at or 715/799-6226 ext.3043. The event is free but registration for seating and meals is requested to be done before July 24th. Late registration can be requested after that date, but will depend on seating availability.

Measuring the Pulse of the Forest – Flyer