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Building Climate Resiliency into your Terrestrial Restoration Project
This workshop focuses on case studies that integrate climate change adaptation and resilience into their on-the-ground terrestrial restoration projects.

Feb 9, 2022 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Jessie Grossman
US Program Manager @Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative
Jessie Grossman is the US Program Manager for the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative, where she works to connect and protect habitat from Yellowstone to the Yukon so people and nature can thrive. She lives in north Idaho on traditional Qlispeì, Ktunaxa, and Schitsu’umsh lands.
Casey McCormick
Wildlife Diversity Biologist @Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Casey McCormack is the Wildlife Diversity Biologist for the Idaho Panhandle at Idaho Department of Fish and Game. He holds a BSc in Wildlife Resources and MSc in Environmental Science from the University of Idaho. Since 2012, he has worked on various wildlife research and monitoring projects. In his current position, Casey primarily works to increase understanding of and improve habitat conditions for species of greatest conservation need, which includes addressing climate adaptation for these species.
Sonja Seher
Lands & Resources Project Coordinator @ʔaq̓am
Sonja Seher is a settler hailing from Secwepemc, Tsilhqot'in and Dakelh territory in BC’s Central Interior, and now living and working in Ktunaxa Territory. She is the Lands & Resources Project Coordinator for ʔaq̓am, a forester-in-training and a student in allyship.