It’s important to properly plan an urban forest first in order to ensure the greatest chance of success. Location, planting timing, and tree species are all important aspects of a plan.
People who live and work in the Southeastern United States are unfortunately familiar with the devastation and loss of life and property that can accompany a hurricane event. To help producers remain resilient and productive in the face of this threat, the USDA Southeast Climate Hub, along other USDA agencies and university Extension experts, developed the following guides to help you prepare for and recover from hurricane events.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) offers cost sharing for practices that help farmers increase resilience to drought.

Upcoming Events

Sep 22 - Sep 24 Great Plains Fire Summit

Map of United States defining the geographic region covered by each climate hub

 

Recent Additions

It’s important to properly plan an urban forest first in order to ensure the greatest chance of success. Location, planting timing, and tree species are all important aspects of a plan.
Monarch conservation has inspired people across North America to protect and enhance pollinator habitat. Here are some resources for supporting monarch conservation.
Aquaculture farms are especially vulnerable to climate change as organisms and operations are continually exposed to temperature and chemical fluctuations in the ocean and air.
This page includes a growing list of climate change adaptation plans organized by audience level, including regional, state, county, Tribes, Tribal Nations, Indian Nations, Alaska Native Villages, community scales, and more.  
Every spring, ranchers face the same difficult challenge—trying to guess how much grass will be available for livestock to graze during the upcoming season. Since May 2019, an innovative Grassland Productivity Forecast or “Grass-Cast” has been helping…