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The USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub (NPCH) is excited to share our quarterly accomplishment reports with YOU! Each quarter we highlight a handful of our many accomplishments in a brief, 2-page document.

In March 2019, the USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub and partners organized a 2-day AgroClimate Outreach Exchange for 65 partners from University Extension, Conservation Districts, state government, agriculture, and USDA ARS, NRCS, FS and FSA in Fort…

No-till is not a new concept — in fact, it has been a management practice for several decades, but perhaps gained the most momentum since the USDA NRCS initiated their soil health campaign in 2012. However, adopting a new management practice is no small…

The USDA Northern Plains Climate Hub (NPCH) contributed three articles to the "Vulnerability Assessment of US Agriculture and Forests developed by the USDA Climate Hubs" -- a special issue of the journal of Climatic Change (January 2018, Volume…

Hailey Wilmer is a transdisciplinary social-ecological researcher. She specializes in applied and co-developed research on working rangeland landscapes. Her work seeks to bolster managers’ capacity to achieve multiple management goals, such as enhanced…