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Climate and Agriculture Conversations with Extension at Historically Black Land-Grants in the Midwest

The Climate Ready Midwest team has been busy connecting with Extension colleagues at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) in the Midwest. Team members traveled to Ohio and Missouri to host workshops with our agricultural educator and specialist counterparts, and their close partners, at both Central State University (CSU) and Lincoln University (LU). Continue reading to learn more about the workshops.

A hand-drawn image of the globe. On the bottom half, the globe is covered with cars and factories spewing pollution. The sky behind the globe has an unhealthy green pallor. On the top half, young hands are erasing and redrawing the globe filled with greenery, solar panels, and windmills. The sky is blue with clouds.

Integrating NCA5 into Extension Programming: An Interview with Aaron Wilson

Explore the role of the 5th National Climate Assessment (NCA5) in Extension programming through this interview with the Lead Author for the Midwest Chapter. This post highlights authoritative, timely, and transparent NCA5 materials, including region- and topic-specific chapters and an Art x Climate gallery. And – don’t miss the Midwest Chapter webinar on February 20!