First Foods 2nd Wed Pollinators, Roots, and Berries April 12th


April 12 at 9:00 AM - April 12 at 11:00 AM

First Foods 2nd Wed: Pollinators, Roots, and Berries (Part 1) - April 12th 9 - 11 AM (In Person and Virtual)

Posted in: Natural Resources - Community Event

Welcome to the First Foods Policy Program (FFPP)’s 2nd Wednesday outreach series!



Part One: April 12th ~ 9 – 11 AM PST

Part Two: April 26th  ~ 1:30 – 3 PM PST [link to event page]


In Person: Nixyaawii Governance Center (NGC) Walla Walla | N’Chi’wana Conference Room!

Virtual: Click here to join the WED APRIL 12TH meeting on Wed April 12th at 9 AM

Meeting ID: 250 200 553 871
Passcode: ZppYNy

Or call in (audio only)

(321) 754-9526 (toll free) Passcode:150965954#  


We are excited to bring the newly completed CTUIR Climate Adaptation Plan (CAP) back to you, and to share how this document will be implemented with Tribal program and departments, and for the CTUIR community! We are also excited to welcome our CTUIR Dept of Natural Resources (DNR) Range, Agriculture, and Forestry (RAF) Program for our “Pollinators, Roots, and Berries” Policy in Action highlight for April 2023! This Policy in Action workshop is split into Part 1 (on WED April 12th) and Part 2 (on WED April 26th) and will focus on the First Foods Monitoring projects that RAF is currently conducting.

  • Part 1 – April 12th 9-11 AM: Review of CTUIR Climate Adaptation Plan (CAP) Ch 3B: First Foods Availability and Access Review, and RAF Women’s Foods Monitoring Project (see below)
  • Part 2 – April 26th 1:30 - 3 PM: First Foods Pollinators study and Plant First Foods Ecological Monitoring [link to event page]

April 12th Pollinators, Roots, and Berries (Part 1) Event Agenda:

  • 9 AM – Welcome In Person and Virtual Attendees, Housekeeping and Introductions (5 min)
  • 9:10 AM - Review of the Climate Adaptation Plan Ch 3B: First Foods Availability and Access (40 min) with Discussion (10 min)
  • 10 AM – Policy in Action: CTUIR DNR Range, Agriculture, and Forestry (RAF) Women’s Foods Monitoring Project (50 minutes) and Discussion (10 min)
  • 11 AM – Event concludes (or we can keep chatting if folks would like to)

For those who can’t make it, the virtual event component will be recorded and made available, and archived on the CTUIR Climate Adaptation Youtube channel: CTUIR Climate Adaptation - YouTube

image for a flyer advertising 2nd Wed event for Pollinators and First Foods Monitoring happening April 12th and 26th

Event Location

Location: Nixyaawii Governance Center (NGC) Walla Walla | N'Chi'wana Conference Room + Virtual

Event Host

Hosted by: CTUIR Dept of Natural Resources, First Foods Policy Program

Phone: 5414297247