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Climate Literacy & Training

Climate science literacy is a basic understanding of the climate system including the natural and human-caused factors that affect it. Climate literacy also includes understanding the climate science to make climate-informed decisions, implying the need to connect the science with relevant practices and actions. The Climate Hubs build capacity to support foresters, ranchers, farmers, natural resource managers and USDA staff make climate-informed decisions through training and outreach via workshops, webinars, and products. Training focuses on climate change science, management practices, and decision support tools as they relates to each region. Enhancing climate literacy supports land management climate-informed decisions.

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