Congratulations to this year's Natural Resource Workforce Development Fellows! The Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center (SW CASC) Natural Resources Workforce Development (NRWD) Fellowship was developed to provide graduate students with opportunities for training and practice in developing use-inspired and actionable science to inform natural resource management decisions. Graduate students from each of the SW CASC consortium institutions work together as a team to conduct research. This year’s science theme is: “Endangered streams: building strong and authentic bridges between science and practice to understand impacts of future water flows on aquatic ecosystems.” We look forward to welcoming the new fellows to the SW CASC in late September! Check out the full list of fellows on our page here.