New Southeast Climate Hub Website: Information for Producers and Partners

Working Lands for Wildlife nitiative participant Steve Barlow looks over the longleaf pine forest on his property in Levy County, Florida. Photo by USDA.
Working Lands for Wildlife nitiative participant Steve Barlow looks over the longleaf pine forest on his property in Levy County, Florida. Photo by USDA.

There’s now a new online resource for information about the USDA Climate Hubs. The site features a variety of national and regional content on climate variability and its effects on working land — including a new suite of pages specific to the Southeast Hub.

Within the Southeast Hub pages, you’ll find info on important regional assessmentsdata and research products, and key educational materials to help farmers, land managers, extension agents, and other partners adapt to climate-related stressors.

Additional resources include:

Please take a moment to visit the new website and let us know what you think. We’re working with the National Climate Hubs staff on the site to provide useful, relevant content and value your feedback. We’re here to make your job easier!

For more information, email Steve McNulty at smcnulty@fs.fed.us.

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