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July 13, 2023
10:00am to 11:00am

With the onset of summer, there is excitement over warmer weather, summer fruits and vegetables coming into the season, and an opportunity for rest and relaxation. However, for farmworkers in our region, the summer harvest...

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May 22, 2023 to May 24, 2023
All day
Tahoe City, CA

Join the Climate Resilience Fund and other environmental funders for their first in-person convening this May!

The purpose of this gathering is to deepen connections with one another and identify areas for collaborative action. The first evening will kick off with a dinner and the next...

Photo of Lake Tahoe in the Summer
December 2022 |

Alaska Community Foundation envisions a future where Alaskan communities are resourced, both in times of calm and in times of disaster. This past September when western Alaska was hit by Typhoon Merbok, Alaska Community Foundation (ACF) wasted no time in taking action. ACF founded the Western...

An image of a house submerged in typhoon waters up to its red roof.
November 2022 |

This article was originally published by The Russell Family Foundation (TRFF) on October 18, 2022; Philanthropy Northwest has cross-posted it here with their permission. See the original piece on ...

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March 2022 |

Skagit County in Washington state was hit by severe weather starting in November 2021, leaving many agricultural producers and workers deeply impacted by the storm and flood damage. The county’s sizable migrant farmworker and undocumented populations were hit particularly hard due to their...

Farming tractor on a flooded road in Washington state.
December 9, 2021
9:30am to 11:00pm

Increasing impacts from climate change are testing the resiliency of Native peoples and cultures throughout the West. This is the second session of the two-part series, focusing on climate risks and impacts facing Tribal communities. Learn how philanthropy can be good partners with Tribal communities and territories in addressing climate resilience. Gain tools to amplify and scale Indigenous practices to address complex environmental crises.

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November 16, 2021
12:00pm to 1:30pm

Increasing impacts from climate change are testing the resiliency of Native peoples and cultures throughout the West. As sovereign peoples and nations whose waters and lands are integral to their traditions, livelihoods and well-being, they are ...