Meet the Partners of the Southern Plains Climate Hub

The success of the Southern Plains Climate Hub in helping farmers and ranchers manage production risk for weather and climate extremes and changes depends on partnerships with a range of federal, state, Tribal, university, and nongovernmental organizations. Learn more about some of our key partners below.

USDA Programs

ARS Grazinglands Research Laboratory

           

ARS Plains Area

           

ARS Office of National Programs

            

NRCS Kansas

            

NRCS Oklahoma

           

NRCS Texas

           

Federal Programs:

Gulf Coast Prairie Landscape Conservation Cooperative (Department of Interior/UWFWS)

     

National Integrated Drought Information System – Southern Plains Drought Early Warning System (Department of Commerce/NOAA)

     

South Central Climate Science Center (Department of Interior/USGS)

     

Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program (Department of Commerce/NOAA)

     

State, Academic, and Non-Governmental Programs:

American Association of State Climatologists

           

Kansas State University Research and Extension

           

National Drought Mitigation Center

           

Ogallala Water Collaborative Agricultural Project

           

Oklahoma Association of Conservation Districts

           

Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension

           

Redlands Community College

           

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

           

Texas Water Development Board

           

University of Texas at El Paso Center for Environmental Resource Management