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Seasonal Shifts Impacts from the Midwest Hub Region

  • Forest Carbon and Land Management

    Forestry log camp

    Land management actions on public and private forests and grasslands can be designed to achieve carbon outcomes while meeting other sustainable resource management objectives.

  • Specialty Crops and Climatic Variability


    Most Midwestern specialty crop growers are well attuned to the increased crop production risks associated with a changing climate. However, there is a need for additional climate-resilient management…

  • Climate Change Impacts on Japanese Beetle

    Image Japanese beetle

    Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica (Newman), is a severe invasive insect pest of turf, landscapes, and horticultural crops that has successfully colonized much of the United States. Will a changing…

  • Midwest Agriculture Climate Team (MAC-T)

    Midwest Agriculture Climate Team

    The Midwest Agriculture Climate Team (MAC-T) is a group of extension specialists and state climatologists from many of the states represented in the Midwest Climate Hub, and NOAA NWS climate and…

  • Agriculture in the Midwest

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    The Midwest represents one of the most intense areas of agricultural production in the world and consistently affects the global economy. Agriculture is impacted by climate. Find out how and how…

  • Additional Resources

    Crispy green apples: Midwest CHU Newsletter, Webinars and Meetings info

    For the most up to date newsletters, research publications and events, check out this Additional Resources page. Access to the Midwest Climate Hub archives and additional Tools can also be found here.