The 2020 Jornada Symposium featured short presentations highlighting our climate adaptation efforts.
Climate adaptation in the Southwest
The USDA Southwest Climate Hub team prepared flash presentations to showcase our climate adaptation projects. The Hub has three functional areas: 1) research, science synthesis, assessments, 2) tool evaluation, development and technology transfer, and 3) convening, outreach and education. These short presentations describe weather and climate challenges and adaptation solutions for agriculture, natural resources and communities in the southwestern United States.
USDA Climate Hubs: Advancing Conservation Under a Changing Climate by Emile Elias
Stakeholder Engagement: Western Drought Resilience Workshop by Maude Dinan
Sustainable Southwest Beef Project Overview by Reanna Burnett
Snapshot of Rancher Perspectives on Creative Cattle Management Options by Skye Aney
Decision Support Tool for the Beef Cattle Industry by Coury Dorn
Grass-Cast: An Experimental Grassland Productivity Forecast by Lauren Kramer
Low Cost Precipitation Monitoring Tools by Helena Deswood
Incorporating Climate into Resource Management Decisions by Courtney Peterson
Southwest Climate Hub Education Resources by Asombro Institute
The Drought Learning Network by Caitriana Steele