With each transaction, land trusts commit to protect their conservation lands in perpetuity. Stewardship of these lands is essential to ensure their conservation values endure. Stewardship staff are tasked not only with traditional land management activities, but also the challenge of ensuring that these lands and their conservation values are resilient in the face of climate change and other emerging stressors. The purpose of this workshop is to introduce land trust stewardship staff with the concepts, principles, and tools required to assess climate vulnerabilities to their conservation lands and design climate-smart stewardship and restoration actions to increase resiliency. Point Blue will draw on examples from climate-smart restoration, management, and monitoring projects in diverse riparian, wetland, and grassland systems in California to illustrate how application of simple principles can result in innovative projects leading to resilient, multi-benefit outcomes for wildlife, ecosystems, and human communities. Participants will leave the workshop with an understanding of how to apply climate-smart principles in fee land management planning and stewardship projects to increase the resiliency of conservation values, and with a “toolbox” of climate-smart stewardship resources. This session is ideal for land trust stewardship staff currently developing or revising a stewardship plan or planning for a specific stewardship or restoration project.