Climate Intersections Conference: Taking Care of People, Water, and the Land
July 12-14, 2022 in Duluth, Minnesota
How can water professionals work with local communities effectively to foster resilience and equity in a changing climate?
This was the important question water, natural resources, and climate professionals from land grant universities, nonprofits, government agencies, tribes, and the private sector across the North Central Region gathered to discuss in beautiful Duluth, Minnesota.
The Climate Intersections Conference featured emergent research and key programming that can facilitate solutions for resilient and equitable agricultural systems, communities, and watersheds throughout the North Central Region and beyond.
It also provided a long-overdue opportunity to gather in-person with water, climate, and natural resource professionals across the region, learn from one another, and brainstorm ways to collaborate to increase the scope and impact of our work moving forward.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for a jam-packed week full of inspiring presentations, the latest research and programming, and a great opportunity to connect in-person!