Crops Topics from the Northwest Hub Region
Climate-Resilient Hazelnuts in Oregon and Washington
Hazelnuts are a climate-resilient crop that could expand Oregon’s market for food, livestock feed, and bioenergy.
Northwest Cover Crops for Climate Resilience
Cover crops can make farms more resilient to the impacts of climate change by enhancing soil health and water quality.
Northwest No-Till Farming for Climate Resilience
No-till farming keeps crop residues on farmland, protects soil, and limits the release of greenhouse gases.
Seaweed Farming in Alaska
Seaweed farming is emerging as a climate-smart maricultural practice that could thrive in Alaska’s nutrient rich waters.
Exploring Western Perennial Crop Cultivation in a Changing Climate
New tool models site suitability for five, high-value crops under climate change by considering temperature, crop development timing, and future irrigation needs.
Dry Farming Techniques in the Maritime Pacific Northwest
Dry farming is a technique for some producers to adapt and diversify operations in response to changes in water availability.
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…
Soil Health Management to Reduce Climate and Weather Risks in the Northwest
Management actions that can be taken to promote soil health.
Northwest Agriculture, Weather and Climate
Local weather and climate affect the growth, diseases, and soil health of Northwest agriculture.
Agriculture in the Northwest
A summary of agriculture in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington and the effects of climate change on Northwest agriculture.