Read the second Drought Newsletter from Cornell’s Emergent Climate Risk Lab (ECRL) headed up by Dr. Toby R. Ault. This is the second issue in this newsletter series and highlights include an overview of current drought conditions in the Northeastern United States, predicted changes in drought conditions and an introduction to the CICSS and ECRL newly launched drought visualization tool.
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The Cornell Dairy Environmental Service program aims to reduce the environmental impact of dairy farming through providing resources and information that pertain to critical aspects of dairy farming in the Northeast.
PAOneStop currently offers a Nutrient Management Mapping Module, a tool allowing users to generate high quality maps that are required for completion of Nutrient Balance Sheets and Nutrient Management Plans.
The USDA Regional Climate Change Hubs deliver information to farmers, ranchers and forest land owners to help them adapt Read more »
The Environmental Policy Integrated Climate (EPIC) Model is a cropping system model developed to by Texas A&M that simulates roughly Read more »
The adaptation workbook, created by the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science, is targeted toward forest managers and natural resource Read more »
The Managing Cover Crops Profitably book was developed by the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program of the USDA. Read more »
Published by the Natural Resource, Agriculture and Engineering Service with funding from SARE, this manual provides an in-depth review of Read more »
NEWA, http://newa.cornell.edu, gives end users free access to 40 IPM, crop management, and degree day tools driven by weather data Read more »
The Cover Crop Chart is produced and distributed by staff of the USDA-ARS. It is an easy to use pdf Read more »
The Farm, Energy, Carbon, and Greenhouse Gas Fact Sheet provides useful information on the challenges, opportunities, and best management practices surrounding these topics.