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.
- Nitrogen Management and Climate Change Mitigation in Pacific Northwest Cropping Systems April 17, 2014: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, Associate in Research, WSU CSANR. Further Reading for N Management Webinars.
- Nitrous Oxide Emissions in Inland Pacific Northwest Cropping Systems March 27, 2014: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, Associate in Research, WSU CSANR. Flux Tower 3-minute video referenced in presentation. Further Reading for N Management Webinars.
- Nitrogen Cycling and Losses in Agricultural Systems March 13, 2014: Presented by Kristy Borrelli, Extension Specialist, Regional Approaches to Climate Change (REACCH), University of Idaho. Further Reading for N Management Webinars.
- Soil Carbon Dynamics and Climate Change Mitigation in the Inland Pacific Northwest 2013: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, associate in research, WSU CSANR.
- Agricultural Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Pacific Northwest November 2012: Presented by Georgine Yorgey, associate in research, WSU CSANR.
- 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.
- Greenhouse Gases and Agriculture: Where does Organic Farming Fit? November 2010; Presented by Lynne Carpenter-Boggs, David Granatstein, and Dave Huggins.
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To be notified about webinars in this series, send an email with “Ag and Climate Webinars” in the subject line to: Tara Zimmerman.