Tribal Climate Camp

Client: Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (2016, 2017 & 2019)

Tribal Climate Camp brings together teams of environmental professionals from Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) and United Southern and Eastern Tribes (USET) member Tribes to build capacity in climate adaptation planning. Through collaborations with fellow Steering Committee members, Woven Strategies’ Principal, Arwen Bird, coordinated curriculum, logistics and evaluation of the camps.

Tribal Vulnerability Assessment Resources

Client: Climate Impacts Group (2018)

Housed within the University of Washington’s College of the Environment, Climate Impacts Group (CIG) provides scientific understanding and guidance for mangers and decision makers understand and prepare for climate related impacts. Woven Strategies provided assistance in coordinating a series of workshops intended to make the process of vulnerability assessment more accessible for tribal staff and community members.

Climate Boot Camp

Client: Northwest Climate Science Center: University of Washington, University of Idaho and Oregon State University (2014 – 2016)


Participants from the 2014 NW Climate Science Center’s Climate Boot Camp enjoy a canoe trip to Siletz Bay.

Climate Boot Camp was an educational and training program for graduate students and early career professionals working at the interface of climate science research and resource co-management. Woven Strategies’ Principal, Arwen Bird, coordinated the 2014, 2015 & 2016 camps, engaging early career professionals working for northwest tribes, NGOs, state and federal agencies, and graduate fellows from the NW CSC and other CSCs in the Department of the Interior’s national networks to design, develop and host this training.