CSANR Sustainable Agriculture Webinar Series
PNW Agriculture and Climate Change
Pacific Northwest Agriculture and Climate Change Webinar Series
Managing the risks associated with a changing climate is becoming increasingly important for agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. The WSU CSANR Pacific Northwest Agriculture and Climate Change webinar series takes a deeper look at climate change topics of importance to the diverse agricultural systems of the Pacific Northwest. The series provides up-to-date, research-based information that is relevant to the region as it becomes available. The webinars are intended for anyone who is interested in how a changing climate might impact agriculture and how current research can inform ways to manage the associated risks.
Upcoming Webinars in the Series
Check back for Spring 2013 schedule
Soil Carbon Dynamics and Climate Change Mitigation in the Inland Pacific Northwest 2013: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, research associate, WSU CSANR. Further reading associated with this presentation.
Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Pacific Northwest November 2012: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, research associate, WSU CSANR. Further reading associated with this presentation.
What do we currently know about the impacts of climate change on Pacific Northwest cropland agriculture? November 2012; Presented by Chad Kruger, director, WSU CSANR. Further reading associated with this presentation.
Climate Change part 1 - What does the science really tell us about past and current climate trends? November 2011; Presented by Craig Cogger
Climate Change part 2 - Climate models, skepticism, and our response to climate disruption November 2011; Presented by Craig Cogger
Greenhouse Gases and Agriculture: Where do Organic Farming Fit? November 2010; Presented by Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, David Granatstein, and Dave Huggins.
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