Pacific Region Highlights


Darcey Evans, NPLCC Tribal Intern

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Sadly, Summer is Over for NPLCC Tribal Climate Change Intern


Darcey Evans, who joined the North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative (NPLCC) this summer as our Tribal Climate Change Management Intern, has finished up her internship.  Thanks to funding from the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians, Darcy spent the summer tackling a number of projects, from developing a white paper on engagement between Federal agencies, Tribes and First Nations, to writing success stories about tribal climate change projects, to updating essential databases and providing analytics on Federally recognized Tribes and First Nations in the NPLCC footprint, to coordinating and planning Tribal / First Nation Coordination Meetings. Thanks for all your hard work this summer and good fortune in your future career in climate change and conservation.


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Tribal Law Enforcement Training

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Tribal Conservation Law Enforcement Training Opportunity


The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and our partners at the Native American Fish & Wildlife Society, will host a 40 hr. conservation officer law enforcement training Sept. 12 - 16, at the Isleta Pueblo Casino and Resort in New Mexico. Space is still available. Register today!   For more information, please contact Diana Prosser at dprosser@nafws.org or 303-466-1725 ex. 6. 


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Darcy Evans an enrolled member of the Quartz Valley Indian Reservation

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NPLCC Selects Tribal Climate Change Management Intern


The NPLCC is pleased to announce the selection of Darcey Evans as our Tribal Climate Change Management intern for this summer. Thanks to funding from The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and Indian Affairs Northwest Region.   Darcey will assist the NPLCC in Tribe/First Nation support and engagement. Darcey is a PhD candidate in Anthropology at UC Santa Cruz and is an enrolled member of Quartz Valley Indian Reservation.  She participated in the Klamath Basin Tribal Youth Program and conducted research on the importance of fire practices in providing for forest health and traditional foods among tribal nations in Northern California and Southern Oregon. 


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The Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians


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