Planning for Climate Change

The Navajo Nation Department of Fish & Wildlife is working to combat climate change on the Navajo Nation by;

  • Informing and educating Navajo communities

  • Promoting climate change resilience 

  • Holding informational and educational workshops

  • Supporting community - oriented adaptation projects

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Navajo Nation Climate Change Program Vision:​ 

To prepare the Navajo Nation and its communities to adapt to our changing climate, to implement strategies that will preserve and restore natural resources on the Navajo Nation and finally, provide a resilient future for communities on the Navajo Nation. 

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Navajo Nation Climate Change Adaption Plan

Community information and outreach

Projects that can help your community!

NAVAJO NATION CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION
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Recycling Program

Start a recycling program in your community

Promote Water Harvesting

Learn how to harvest water for your livestock and crops. 

Gardening Program

Establish a gardening program in your school and community

Tree

Planting Program

Start a program to plant trees in your community

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Navajo Nation Climate Change Adaption Plan

Implementation

Top Natural Resource Management Concerns:

CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION

IMPLEMENTATION

Community involvement is a major part of the implementation of the Navajo Nation climate change adaptation plan

GOALS AND ADAPTATION STRATEGIES

Members from the District Grazing Committee, Farm Board, and Navajo Land Board developed goals for each natural resource concern. Since the goals are set on a larger scale, community leaders developed adaptation strategies which would translate into the accomplishment of goals.

Feral

Horses

Renewable Energy

Our

Workshops

Water and Droughts

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