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Food Production in a Changing Climate
HomeGardenFoodCrops1This blog examines issues and initiatives related to adapting plant growth and food production to climate changes. For example, how how can crop planning help growers respond to greatly increased or decreased precipitation in an area? How should crop schedules and crop selections be revised based on steadily rising temperatures?

Additional questions to be discussed include:
  • How can we apply what we've learned about ways to optimize plant growth in non-optimal growing areas?
  • How can we get students involved in sustainable agriculture projects in K-12 settings?


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