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Learning From Your Neighbor: Weather Resilience in Agriculture

The Learning From Your Neighbor: Weather Resilience in Agriculture project is a 6 state collaborative effort highlighting agricultural producers who are early adopters of adaptation strategies, which build resilience of their operations to weather and extreme events. The goals for this multi-media, living project include:

  • Film agricultural producers who are early adopters of adaptation strategies
  • Develop an interactive webpage highlighting videos
  • Create interactive fact sheets featuring adaptation strategies

Explore the project's interactive StoryMap, Learning From Your Neighbor: Climate Resiliency in Agriculture. Through this immersive website, producers share their stories about the benefits, challenges, and valuable lessons learned while adopting weather-resilient and climate-smart practices!

This effort was supported, in-part, by the USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub.

Location

Northern Plains Climate Hub Region

Project Status

Start up

Partners

Tyler Williams, University of Nebraska Extension, Brad Bauer, Montana State University Extension, Jeremiah Vardiman, University of Wyoming Extension, Caleb Carter, University of Wyoming Extension, Laura Edwards, South Dakota State University Extension & South Dakota State Climate Office, Charlie Stolenow, North Dakota State University Extension, Abby Wick, North Dakota State University, Brad Udall, Colorado State University - Colorado Water Institute, eXtension i-3 Corp