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Delivering science to help fish, wildlife, water, land, and people in the Midwest adapt to a changing climate.

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Our Impact, Why it Matters

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The Midwest CASC’s work is driven by collaboration. By bringing together scientists, natural and cultural resource managers, and members of the public, we develop relevant, actionable science for our region.

A recent example of this collaboration in action was a knowledge exchange workshop held on the Lac du Flambeau reservation. Partners on a Midwest CASC-funded project investigating the impacts of climate change on vegetation, ecohydrology, and management of manoomin (wild rice) watersheds gathered to share their knowledge through hands-on demonstrations, including sediment coring, aquatic plant identification, hydrological monitoring, carving knocking sticks, and preparing deer hides.

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Our Resources

MW CASC's growing library of resources helps resource managers make climate adaptation-informed management decisions. 

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