The North Central Climate Collaborative hosted a Northern Great Plains Climate Workshop on October 9-11, 2018 in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Changes in climate are causing more extreme weather events and shifting crops, cropping seasons, and plant hardiness zones. This workshop focused on climate issues facing the Great Plains with the aim of helping educators, natural resource managers, conservation professionals, and outreach specialists incorporate climate and weather information and climate-informed decision-making into their programming and outreach.
- Notes: Climate Impacts to Different Sectors
- Notes: Challenges and Ideas for Climate Collaborations
- 2017 Drought Response
- The 4th National Climate Assessment: Overview of Volume I
- Ag Water Management for Adapting to Changing Climate
- Adaptive Management Resources
- Climate and Youth
- Developing a Severe Weather Plan
- DIY Climate Workshop – Building a Successful Conference
- Engaging Communities for Increased Resilience in the Missouri River Basin
- Environmental Planning and Design in the Face of Climate Change
- Genetic Solutions for Livestock Adaptability in a Changing Climate
- Know your Audience
- Introduction to Drought and the National Integrated Drought Information System
- Iowa Project on Community Planning Guides
- Learning from your Neighbor: Climate Resiliency in Agriculture
- Managing to Improve the Health of our Soils
- The National Drought Mitigation Center
- Pollinators in Agriculture
- Soil Health and Climate
- Tracking and Preventing Drought Impacts
This workshop was made possible thanks to support from the National Integrated Drought Information System and the North Central Region Water Network.