Greetings Readers,
We hope you are having a productive fall season. With Thanksgiving coming soon, it seems appropriate to give thanks for the bounty of our region-- the Northwest supports an incredibly diverse array of cropland and livestock systems. And particularly, we’d like to give thanks to the hard-working and forward-looking community of producers, researchers, and agency personnel in the Northwest working to support sustainable, climate-smart and climate-friendly agriculture. When we join our families for a Thanksgiving feast we'll be thinking about the role that Northwest producers play in providing wheat, cranberries, potatoes, onions, peas and many other staples of the season!
At we've covered a wide array of topics, including climate futures through past experiences, plant respiration responses to a warming atmosphere, lessons on agricultural extension, methods for projecting climate change impacts on wheat, and upcoming events to keep on your radar.  
Happy reading!
From your AgClimate team
Fall Articles
High Residue Farming Workshop: Upcoming workshop and resources on high residue farming . Read more...
Climate Impacts to Water Conference: Managing the uncertainties of water supply and quality. Read more...
Climate Modeling Series Part 5 of 5: Can we get a 2nd opinion? Why multiple models are key to understanding climate change impacts. Read more...
Growing Condition Analogues: Understanding future climate through past experience. Read more...
Plants Respire Less than Previously Thought?: A look into the respiration data and new findings. Read more...
Extending Climate Change Science: Can we learn from the Midwest extension lessons?.  Read more...
Upcoming Events

High Residue Farming Workshop, Nov. 30, 9:30-3:30pm in Moses Lake, WA
Details for those interested in attending are available here.

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

*Deadline for early registration is December 1*


Upcoming Funding Opportunities

USDA Northwest Climate Hub, Letter(s) of intent due Dec. 5th.
More information can be found

Please visit our website to stay up to date and catch any articles you may have missed. 

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