Season’s Greetings!
We hope that this newsletter finds you well. Now that much of the Northwest is a winter wonderland, it’s a good time to sit down by the fireside (or at your desk) with a hot drink and catch up on any articles that you may have missed!
This season we've covered many topics, including what growers can learn about future conditions from “climate analogues”, flex cropping as an approach to enhance soil carbon storage, and food-energy-water interconnections as they relate to urban agriculture.
We look forward to bringing you more news and analysis in the New Year!

Best Wishes,
The AgClimate Network Team
December Articles
Considering Food-Energy-Water: Interconnections in the urban Northwest.
Request for Papers: Special Issue on Climate, Agriculture and Food Systems. Read more...
Flex Cropping: Storing more carbon under challenging environmental conditions.  Read more...
Growing Condition Analogues: Understanding future climate through past experience. Read more...
Upcoming Events

Pacific Northwest Direct Seed Association Annual Conference, January 10-11,
Kennewick WA:

BioEarth Webinar Series, January 10, January 31, February 7.
Details and registration here:

Climate Impacts to Water Conference, Jan. 25-26,
BioEarth Integrated Agricultural Scenarios Workshop, February 16,
Richland WA:

2016 Article Recap
Please visit our website to stay up to date, sign up for this newsletter, and catch up on the over 50 articles posted throughout the year.

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