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Investments in native forb research to promote pollinator health
Research and management partnerships, such as the Great Basin Native Plant Program, are developing the much-needed knowledge to utilize key native forbs in restoration in the Great Basin and surrounding regions.
FireCLIME VA is a tool designed to assess ecosystem vulnerability to the effects of fire and climate regime change. It also facilitates the comparison of different ecosystem management strategies under various climate scenarios for reducing the undesirable impacts of climate on wildfire regimes and of wildfire on natural ecosystems
The USDA Midwest Climate Hub and the Indiana State Climate Office (at Purdue) will provide a 1.5 day workshop on regional research, management, and monitoring needs with an emphasis on herbicide/pesticide drift issues.
Increasing humidity and precipitation and rising extreme temperatures are having negative impacts across the Midwest. Integrating climate adaptation into planning processes can help build adaptive capacity to increase climate resilience. The U.S. Climate Resiliency Toolkit for the Midwest Region is an excellent resource to find case studies, tools, expertise and steps to resilience to plan adaptation to a changing climate in many sectors, including agriculture.
Dr. Gary Nabhan of the University of Arizona spoke at New Mexico State University’s Climate Change Education Series. His discussion, Redesigning desert agriculture for climate change: biomimicry, nurse plant ecology & succulent plants, addressed how…
The importance of water to the Diné is explained by Leiloni Begaye: "We, as Indigenous communities are connected to all living entities and that includes our to’ (water). Water is the sustenance of everything that lives around us, and not only…