Registration Link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_53A2hhlHSg2WEdlnuI39tw
Rising temperatures, intense drought, and increased wildfire and flooding risks are on the horizon for communities across the state. Amid these prospects, the Flagstaff City-Coconino County Public Library and Flagstaff Sustainability Office teamed up to create the Climate Resilience Project, which provides programs aimed at bringing an intergenerational community group together to talk, learn, and take action on local climate and resilience issues. In this webinar you will find out what we have learned through our cross-departmental collaboration and how to implement locally-relevant and personally meaningful climate and resilience programming that addresses community concerns through a Community of Practice Framework.
Kinney Anderson is the Library Supervisor of the East Flagstaff Community Library. She has lived in Arizona for her entire life and is passionate about the unique and diverse Flagstaff and Coconino County communities. In her programming work, she focuses on information literacy, services for older adults, and STEM programming. She is a graduate of the University of Arizona with her MLIS and a graduate certificate in Instruction and Teaching for Librarians and Information Professionals.
Jenna Ortega is the Climate Engagement Coordinator in the City of Flagstaff’s Sustainability Office. She draws on her background in science and grassroots organizing to facilitate educational programs, identify local climate solutions, and engage others in efforts to create a more resilient community. Jenna is a graduate of Portland State University where she studied Environmental Science. She is a kayaker, gardener, and explorer of the desert Southwest.
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