Greetings Readers!

Welcome to the new monthly digest. With autumn arriving, we are excited to share the work we've done over the summer to make a useful resource for agricultural professionals and researchers in the region. Our vision is to promote active discussion, engagement and collaboration to help make agriculture in the Northwest climate friendly and climate smart, so that agriculture adapts to future change and is truly sustainable over the long term.

We encourage you to check out the recent articles. Topics include: predicting extreme weather events, a forecast for 2035 of the Columbia River’s water supply and demand using biosolids as fertilizer, and much more.

In the coming months, we hope to expand our readership and increase the number and diversity of our contributing authors. As always, share your comments, questions, and ideas via the "Ask A Question" tab on the website.

We look forward to your comments and contributions. Enjoy!
The AgClimate Network Team
Summer Articles
Climate Model Series (Part 4 of 5)– What We Know About What We Don’t Know: Climate model predictions are a big and complex topic, especially when discussing uncertainty. However, modeling helps make plans for the future in spite of uncertainty. Read more... 
Biosolids-Understanding benefits and risks: discussion on the benefits and risks of biosolids and soil amendments. Read more...
Impossible Predictions Becoming Possible: Weather forecasting accuracy can be improved for some types of weather based on a combination of research findings. Read more...
Beat the Heat and Save Money Doing It: Planning heat management strategies for your cattle.  Read more...
Keep an eye on those pests! Vigilance and adaptability to climate change: Discussing the impact of climate change on PNW crop yields, and how pests will have an influence on those yields. Read more...
Climate Data for Kickstarting Adaptation: Concerned about climate impacts? From the perspective of agricultural impacts, data can be an incredibly valuable asset. Read more...
CIRC’s Big Wood Project Reaches Completion: Big Wood River Basin in Idaho was a site where researchers used a methodology to determine impacts by engaging a stakeholder network. Read more...
Perspectives on Agriculture in a Changing Climate - It's Complicated! Understanding and adapting to impacts on agriculture from climate change is complex. But with complexity comes innovation. Read more...
Upcoming Events


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Climate Impacts to Water, Jan. 25-26, Stevenson WA


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