The Cornell Chronicle reported on the recent case study on Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming program. The article highlights the UN’s overall effort to examine regional programs that support farmers adapt to climate change. Programs such as the Climate Smart Farming program support the UN’s goal to ensure global food security.
Media Type: Reports and Studies
Together with the Global Alliance for Climate-Smart Agriculture (GACSA), Cornell’s Climate Smart Farming Program created a case study highlighting the resources, training and decision support tools for farmers in the Northeastern United States. The present case study explores a new research and extension outreach program that is providing these support tools for farmers in the NE USA. The program is built on trusted two-way feedback between researchers, extension staff and farmers.
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