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Border Educational Plaza Project Updates

Check this webpage for project updates.   Second Public Meeting / Segundo Taller Comunitario Thursday, June 22, 2017 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at the San Ysidro Community Center (Casa Familiar)  Click to view flyer.  Presentation from First Community Meeting/Presentación del Primer taller Comunitario Please direct questions or comments to: Anne Marie Tipton Tijuana Estuary Visitor […]

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Special Exhibit

Visualizing the Future Preparing for climate change in the Tijuana River Valley   Climate change poses a new challenge as we work to conserve coastal landscapes, habitats, and communities. To address this new challenge, the Climate Understanding and Resilience in the River Valley (CURRV) project assessed the potential local effects of climate change associated with

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Climate Change Communications training

Strategic Framing for Climate Change Conversations June 15, 2016 Based on the framework and techniques developed as part of the National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Intepretation (NNOCCI) project*, participants learned about: Strategic framing – a research-based approach to communications that helps to engage audiences in thinking productively about how they can participate in

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Wings in Wood

July 8 – Aug. 19: Beautifully detailed bird sculptures by TRNERR bird walk docent, Kevin Hamm, on display at Tijuana Estuary Visitor Center Bookstore. They are available for sale along with his bird photography. The proceeds allow the Friends of San Diego Wildlife Refuges to support environmental education at the Reserve.

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Climate scenario planning for the Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

Coastal managers from California and Alaska partnered to apply the Tijuana River Reserve’s expertise in collaborative scenario planning to prepare for the future in Kachemak Bay, Alaska.   Explore some of the great resources and tools resulting from this collaboration!   Capturing the discussion Climate science of Kachemak Bay and the Kenai Peninsula Community adaptation

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NOAA Regional Coastal Resilience Grant Awarded!!

San Diego Organizations Receive Landmark Federal Funding to Help Prepare Local Communities for Coastal Storms & Flooding February 4, 2016 The San Diego Regional Climate Collaborative and project partners, the Tijuana River National Estuarine Research Reserve (TRNERR) and the Climate Science Alliance- South Coast, secured an extremely competitive National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) grant

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Working Group

Successful Adaptation & the Tijuana River Valley August 27, 2015 | Agenda An interactive discussion in pursuit of the following objectives: Begin to collaboratively develop a vision and goals for successfully adapting to climate change in the TRV, while exploring what successful adaptation looks like on-the-ground Learn about techniques for and examples of measuring “successful

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