CSF Resources and Best Management Practices

New York State Integrated Pest Management Program

It is projected that pressure from invasive species and other pests will change with the onset of climate change. The New Read more »

USDA Report: Climate Change and Ag. in the U.S.

The USDA report – Climate Change and Agriculture in the United States: Effects and Adaptation, was published in 2011. The Read more »

Cornell Soil Health Assessment

Improved soil health can lead to increased productivity, reduce the need for external inputs, and increase farm resilience to severe weather Read more »

Farming Success in an Uncertain Climate Fact Sheet

The Farming Success in an Uncertain Climate resource is a four page fact sheet outlining the most likely climatic challenges (flooding, drought, heat stress, Read more »

NYS AG & Markets Crop Insurance Information

The New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets provides information about crop insurance opportunities for New York producers.  This Read more »

Climate Smart Farming Opportunities Fact sheet

This one page fact sheet describes the goals of the Climate Smart Farming (CSF) Program at Cornell University and describes Read more »

NY-Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

It is projected that the frequency of severe weather events will increase with the onset of climate change. These weather events Read more »

USDA Cover Crop Chart

The Cover Crop Chart is produced and distributed by staff of the USDA-ARS. It is an easy to use pdf Read more »

New York State ClimAID Report

The New York ClimAID report was published in 2011 through a partnership between NYSERDA, Columbia University, The City University of New Read more »

Cornell Small Farms Program

The Cornell Small Farms Program offers a wide range of resources and training targeting numerous agricultural and business management methods. As stated on Read more »

Earth's Changing Climate

This factsheet quickly explains the basics of climate change in easily understood language. Have you noticed that trees are budding Read more »

Reduced Vegetable Tillage Case Studies

The Reduced Tillage Vegetable Project aims to increase the profitable use of reduced tillage systems for vegetables grown in the cooler climates of the upper Northeast of the United States.