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Julian Reyes reports on updates from the project group working on "Soil as a social ecological feedback: Mapping the social and ecological processes for agroecosystem resilience in the era of climate change" and their visit to SESYNC.
As a 2019 NRCS Project Liaison with the Northeast and Southeast USDA Climate Hubs, Chris Miller will be leading a project to assess the impact of sea level rise, coastal flooding and saltwater inundation on agricultural producers in the Eastern and Gulf Coast…