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Podcasts

Come Rain or Shine

Come Rain or Shine is a podcast produced by the SW Climate Adaptation Science Center (SW CASC) and the USDA Southwest Climate Hub. Each month, we highlight stories to share the most recent advances in climate science, weather, and climate adaptation and innovative practices to support resilient landscapes and communities. We believe that sharing some of the most innovative, forward-thinking and creative climate science and adaptation will strengthen our collective ability to respond to even the most challenging impacts of climate change in one of the hottest and driest regions of the world.

Episodes will be published on the first Wednesday of every month. Sign-up for the podcast here.

If you want more information, have any questions for the speakers, or would like to offer feedback, please contact Sarah LeRoy at sary21@arizona.edu.

Funding for the podcast comes from the U.S. Geological Survey, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service, and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture funded Sustainable Southwest Beef Project.

Get the RSS feed here.

Intentional Fire: Karuk Tribe/SWCASC

The Intentional Fire podcast is a collaborative effort between the Karuk Tribe, Department of Natural Resources and the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center. The podcast records stories and perspectives related to cultural and prescribed burning and builds off of a recent report called Good Fire. The report, commissioned by the Karuk Tribe, describes the barriers to intentional burning and identifies potential solutions. This podcast gives voice to those impacted by fire suppression and fire exclusion and is an opportunity to learn from Karuk People about their relationship to fire.

EcoCast

Episode 1: Fire in the Southwest, Today

Don Falk, Tim Brown, Tamara Wall

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