USDA’s Regional Climate Hubs work with USDA Service Centers to get information and assistance to farmers, ranchers, and forest owners. USDA Service Centers are designed to be a single location where customers can access services provided by the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and Rural Development agencies. The links below connect to regional USDA Service Centers, as well as other regional partner offices.
USDA Field Offices
USDA Service Centers are designed to be a single location where customers can access the services provided by the Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Rural Development agencies.
NRCS provides farmers, ranchers and forest managers with free technical assistance, or advice, for their land. Common technical assistance includes: resource assessment, practice design and resource monitoring. Your conservation planner will help you determine if financial assistance is right for you. Technical assistance is also available online through Conservation Client Gateway.
The Tribal Climate Change Guide is part of the Pacific Northwest Tribal Climate Change Project. For more information, visit: https://tribalclimate.uoregon.edu/.
Led by the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies, the Adaptation Partners use an all-lands approach to adaptation in collaboration with a diversity of other organizations and stakeholders. Their adaptation efforts are intended to inform sustainable management of natural resources, reduce the negative effects of climate change, transition ecosystems to a warmer climate, and help integrate climate change in natural resource management and operations.
The Climate Change Response Framework (CCRF) is a collaborative, cross-boundary approach among scientists, managers, and landowners to incorporate climate change considerations into natural resource management. It provides an integrated set of tools, partnerships, and actions to support climate-informed conservation and forest management.