CSF Resources and Best Management Practices

Small Farm Adaptation Guidebooks

    Preparing smallholder farm families to adapt to climate change is a series of five pocket guides: (1) Extension Read more »

Cool Farm Tool

    Developed by the University of Aberdeen in conjunction with Unilever, the Cool Farm Tool is an online greenhouse gas Read more »

Anaerobic Digester Business Model and Financing Options

    Anaerobic digester systems have the potential to reduce costs and increase revenues on farms throughout the U.S. This report,sponsored Read more »

Cornell Climate Change Website

    The Cornell climate change website provides a comprehensive up to date gateway to climate change events, research, courses, Read more »

Pennsylvania Climate Impact Assessment Report

    Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) publishes regular reports on the impacts of climate change specific to Pennsylvania. Read more »

NYS Water Resources Institute

    The New York State Water Resources Institute (NYS- WRI) works to identify and develop resources to improve water Read more »

Cornell Dairy Environmental Service

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 Farm Mapping Tool

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.

Animal Agriculture in a Changing Climate

    Livestock throughout the country are likely to be affected by climate change through direct and indirect pathways. For Read more »

About My Woods

    About My Woods is an online information resource developed by the North East State Foresters Association that uses Read more »

USDA Climate Hubs

    The USDA Regional Climate Change Hubs deliver information to farmers, ranchers and forest land owners to help them adapt Read more »

EPIC and APEX Models

The Environmental Policy Integrated Climate (EPIC) Model is a cropping system model developed to by Texas A&M that simulates roughly Read more »