Tools to help professionals consider the potential effects of climate change on forests, and to design actions that can help ecosystems cope under changing conditions.
Residential street trees are affected by stresses such as pests and diseases, increased temperatures, and extreme weather events that can be compounded by climate change. Photo Credit: Lindsay Darling, The Morton Arboretum
All universities engage in research and teaching, but the nation's more than 100 land-grant colleges and universities, have a third critical mission—extension.

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All universities engage in research and teaching, but the nation's more than 100 land-grant colleges and universities, have a third critical mission—extension.

Residential street trees are affected by stresses such as pests and diseases, increased temperatures, and extreme weather events that can be compounded by climate change. Photo Credit: Lindsay Darling, The Morton Arboretum

Private land owners and can respond to the risks of climate change on their lands. Many resources describing practices that might benefit soil, air and water quality and wildlife habitat, may also help forests adapt to changing conditions. A variety of…

More and more educational resources are coming avaiable as people try to better understand climate change and how it could affect them. The USDA Forest Service has developed the Climate Change Resource Center (CCRC) as a web-based, national resource that…

Tools to help professionals consider the potential effects of climate change on forests, and to design actions that can help ecosystems cope under changing conditions.