Latest Southern Plains Climate Hub Additions

Assessment of the vulnerability of Austin, Texas's urban forest to climate change.
At least 95% of resource managers want to hear from peers about lessons learned during drought. The Drought Learning Network (DLN) is a new consortium of climate service providers and resource managers building resilience to drought with intentional peer-to-…
The Grassland Productivity Forecast, or Grass-Cast, is an experimental model that generates map-based forecasts of grassland productivity, offering a potential new tool in the land manager’s drought contingency planning toolbox for grazing lands. The tool is…
A series of case studies developed using Adaptation Resources for Agriculture in combination with the Adaptation Workbook
Steve Pope is the manager and operator of a diverse farming and ranching operation in Kingfisher County, Oklahoma located in the Southern High Plains. His overall goals are to reduce risk, implement soil health management principles, and protect the soil…
Two pager on precision ranching
Two pager about current Raramuri Criollo research
The U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM) is a map released every Thursday, showing parts of the U.S. that are in drought. The map uses five classifications: abnormally dry (D0), showing areas that may be going into or are coming out of drought, and four levels of…
The Southwest Hub recently met with National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT) representatives. NCAT are "a national nonprofit that helps people by championing small-scale, local, and sustainable solutions to reduce poverty, promote healthy…
Farmers in the Southern Plains, including Kansas, Oklahoma, and Texas, are no strangers to weather variability and its challenges. Climate change has exacerbated the unpredictability of weather in this region, and evidence suggests that it is causing more…