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    The Bureau of Indian Affairs Tribal Resilience Program provides federal aid for building climate change resilience programs for tribes. The Blue Lake Rancheria Tribal Education Agency (TEA) received one of these program grants specifically for youth engagement.

    Through adaptation planning, and vulnerability assessments, TEA Staff and Student Interns will document and discuss what natural resources are needed to sustain their families and traditional cultures. Below you will find our Q and A with local scientists to discuss their expertise and experience. Each video will have its own subject. Feel free to post a comment or question you may have and our Youth Programs Coordinator, Lisa K. Hoffman will forward the information to the relevant scientist.

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    TEL: 707.668.5101 x.1057
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    EMAIL: arobbins@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov

    tribaled@bluelakerancheria-nsn.gov

    Lisa K. Hoffman
    Youth Program's Coordinator

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    Blue Lake Rancheria
    PO BOX 428
    Blue Lake, CA 95525

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    Blue Lake Rancheria
    1 Aiyekwee Loop
    Blue Lake, CA 95525