New Fire and Adaptation Online Case Study

Sept. 7, 2022

The Southwest Fire and Climate Adaptation Partnership’s (SWFireCAP)<> on-the-ground adaptation roundtable has been working to highlight real-world case studies featuring projects that are at the intersection of fire and climate adaptation in order to share transferable lessons learned among the management community and provide useful tools for those working to help ecosystems adapt to changing climate and fire regimes. In collaboration with the Collaborative Conservation and Adaptation Strategy Toolbox (CCAST) Team, the SWFireCAP highlighted its first case study on the Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change Project in the San Juan National Forest<>, providing an example of a co-developed project aimed at helping forests resist, be resilient to, or transition to meet the impacts of projected future climate conditions in fire-adapted ecosystems.