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NE CSC Tribal Partner co-hosts 37th Annual National Indian Timber Symposium


05/28/2013


On June 10-13, the Menominee Indian Tribe, Tribal partner of the Northeast Climate Science Center, and Stockbridge-Munsee Community at the Menominee Casino & Resort in Keshena, WI will host the 37th Annual National Indian Timber Symposium, "Overcoming Obstacles in Pursuit of Sustainability".

The Intertribal Timber Council coordinates and conducts an Annual National Indian Timber Symposium designed to facilitate communication from the perspective of tribes, the BIA, private industry, legislative bodies, and academia on issues and concerns of current forestry management practices. Symposium participants produce findings and recommendations, which are submitted to the Assistant Secretary of the Interior and other federal agencies for follow-up. This procedure gives the Intertribal Timber Council and the BIA a foundation to analyze the progress occurring to resolve the issues being confronted. The Menominee Indian Tribe welcomes participants by saying, "We have a profound opportunity to plant the seeds of change for future generations by embodying the ideals of forest preservation and management. As we begin this week of learning, I encourage you all to explore new sources of information, question to find new learning, and lastly share your experience with one another." It will include a 1 day workshop on climate change adaptation. Visit NE CSC Consortium Institution, College of Menominee Nation at the exhibitor tables.