Ecosystem Services from the Midwest Hub Region
Vulnerability Assessments of U.S. Agriculture and Forests (2018)
Two special issues in the journal Climatic Change feature vulnerability assessments of agriculture and forestry across the Nation written by the Climate Hubs and their partners.
Understanding forest soil carbon and useful resources for real-world management applications
The forests of the Northwoods, in particular the Lake States, soil carbon plays an important role. New research and USDA resources can help practitioners evaluate soil gains or losses based upon…
Forest Climate and Action Scorecards
Forest Climate and Action Scorecards are designed to help private landowners consider the climate change in the context of their woods.
Climate Adaptation Tools for Wetland Conservation and Management
Wetlands are natural ecosystems that are inherently vulnerable to climate change impacts. The vulnerability of a wetland to regional climate changes is influenced by local characteristics such as…
NRCS practices can support climate change adaptation
NRCS programs and practices can help landowners achieve their goals while supporting climate adaptation. This series of brochures was designed to showcase NRCS practices that can support climate…
Midwest U.S. Climate Resiliency Toolkit
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…
Forest Carbon and Land Management
Land management actions on public and private forests and grasslands can be designed to achieve carbon outcomes while meeting other sustainable resource management objectives.
Forested watersheds climate change adaptation
Climate change will not affect all parts of a watershed in the same way. The local response and vulnerability of a watershed to regional climate changes will be influenced by soils, topography,…
Climate Adaptation and Indigenous Knowledge in the Great Lakes
Climate adaptation efforts in the Great Lakes region to address tribal perspectives in climate change adaptation.
Pollinators are responsible for assisting over 80% of the world's flowering plants. Without them, humans and wildlife wouldn't have much to eat or look at! Animals that assist plants in…