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Environment  >  Climate and Agriculture  >  CSCAP 0192 2016

Climate Change and Agricultural Extension

Lois Wright Morton , Linda S. Prokopy , J. Gordon Arbuckle , Chad Ingels , Marilyn Thelen , Robert Bellm , Dennis Bowman , Laura Edwards , Charles Ellis , Russ Higgins , Todd Higgins , Deana Hudgins , Richard Hoormann , Jon Neufelder , Brian Overstreet , Angie Peltier , Hans Schmitz , Jan Voit , Catherine Wegehaupt , Shawn Wohnoutka , Richard Wolkowski , Lori J. Abendroth , Jim Angel , Tonya Haigh , Chad Hart , Jenna Klink , Rebecca Power , Dennis Todey , Melissa Widhalm

This report describes lessons learned from social science research and the experiences of a team of university extension and outreach educators. The research and educators were a part of two USDA-NIFA climate projects, which were funded to help increase Corn Belt agriculture's capacity to adapt to and to assist in mitigating the impacts of climate change. The research findings provide a deep understanding of the beliefs and knowledge of farmers and other agricultural stakeholders at the intersection of climate and agriculture. The experienced extension educators also provide insights into how to talk with farmers and other agricultural stakeholders about climate change.

Pages / Length: 40
Publication Date: 03/2016
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