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Tribal Climate Change Management Internship Opportunity

Tribal Climate Change Management Internship Opportunity ATNI w/permission

Tribal Climate Change Management Internship Opportunity


In partnership with the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI), the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative is pleased to announce tribal climate change management internship opportunities working in Oregon and Washington.  Candidates who are currently enrolled in graduate or undergraduate degree programs will be considered for these paid internships that last for 13 weeks over the summer.  Intersn selected will assist in collaboration with area Tribes and First Nations to understand and adapt to our changing environment, such as planning and support of a regional Tribe/First Nation Committee gathering; assisting NPLCC Science/Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Communication staff and subcommittees in improving how we connect with our Tribe and First Nation partners and develop strategies that improve coordination between the NPLCC and other forums that engage tribes on climate-related topics!
 


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Eagle in Flight

Eagle in flight USFWS - Pacific Region

One of the Service's Own Walks On


The Service mourns the unexpected loss of Randy Van Soelen, Repository Specialist at the National Eagle Repository. Randy worked with Tribes across the country to fill eagle feather requests and took great pride in the relationships he built with those he served. We greatly appreciate your support and patience during this difficult time. 



Otter survey undertaken by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe of Washington

Otter survey undertaken by the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe of Washington LEKT Image w/permission

Service Announces Request for Proposals for the FY 2017 Tribal Wildlife Grant Program


The Service is now accepting proposals for the FY 2017 Tribal Wildlife Grants (TWG) Program. The program provides a competitive funding opportunity for federally recognized tribal governments to develop and implement programs for the benefit of wildlife and their habitat, including species of Native American cultural or traditional importance and species that are not hunted or fished.
Application Deadline is September 2, 2016.  


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