Our Climate Emergency: Farming and Nature-Based Resilience

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Our Climate Emergency: Farming and Nature-Based Resilience
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Event Date: 
Saturday, April 24, 2021 - 14:00

What is the history of ecological land stewardship in this region?
How can our agricultural and natural lands build climate resilience?
How can our region’s land draw down carbon and improve our carbon and water cycles?
What are the barriers to pace and scale ecological land stewardship?

Forum Moderator: Allegra Roth, Food and Climate Program Manager, Community Environmental Council of Santa Barbara (CEC)

Forum Presenters:
• Julie Tumamait-Stenslie - Chumash Elder, Storyteller, Educator, Commissioner on The Native American Heritage Commission, Board member on the Santa Clara River Conservancy
• Tessa Salzman - Field Organizer, California Climate and Agriculture Network
• Minnie Ringland - Graduate Student, Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, UCSB
• Blake Stok - Senior Program and Partnership Manager, Seafood at Fair Trade USA

Simultaneous Spanish interpretation provided by Silvia Uribe, Transilpro.

To register in advance and receive a confirmation email with information about joining the webinar, please visit the League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara home page at: https://my.lwv.org/california/santa-barbara

Sponsor: League of Women Voters of Santa Barbara
Co-sponsor: Community Environmental Council of Santa Barbara

Event Category: 
COMMUNITY