The North Central Climate Adaptation Science Center is a partnership between the US Geological Survey, the University of Colorado Boulder and five consortium partners. The NC CASC fosters innovative and applied research in support of tribal, federal, state, and local natural resource management and decision-making. The North Central center is one of nine regional climate centers in the national CASC network created to help meet the changing needs of land and resource managers across the country. It serves Colorado, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Kansas and Nebraska. 



May/June 2024 newsletter - now out!

Learn more about what's been going on at the Center the last couple of months, from a new Spotlight Story on the Rapid Climate Assessment Program, to our attendance at the CIRES Rendezvous.
Science Spotlight

2024 Rapid Climate Assessments

It’s summer at CU Boulder, and that means it's time for the next slate of NC CASC Rapid Climate Assessment Program (RCAP) projects to begin! The RCAP is designed to develop a series of short, well-defined Rapid Climate Assessments (RCAs) to provide timely data, quick identification of vulnerabilities and risks, and provide crucial information for implementing strategies and making informed decisions. 
Science Byte

Applications now open for the FY 2024 Tribal Climate Resilience Annual Awards Program

The Bureau of Indian Affairs' Branch of Tribal Climate Resilience will be providing over $120 million for FY 2024 for recognized Tribal Nations and authorized Tribal organizations to "address current and future climate change impacts."