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This report provides a science-based assessment of adaptation and mitigation mechanisms that agroforestry can confer, all of which are important for food security. It reviews social, cultural, and economic aspects of agroforestry and the capacity of…
In March 2017, the Forest Service Intermountain Region held a drought adaptation workshop to share state-of-science information on drought and climate effects in the region, and develop management response strategies. Scientists shared information about…
We partnered with the Asombro Institute for Science Education to design engaging, fun, and scientifically rigorous education units aligned with Common Core State Standards and Next Generation Science Standards.