Have you noticed that a few things have changed on the site? We have been working over the past year to improve the Hubs’ website to make it more user-friendly and regionally accessible.
Helping you get the information you need to build resilience in your region
The most recent upgrade incorporates a regionally specific navigation bar to help you quickly and easily find the information you need to manage climate risks, ensure the resilience of your production systems, and address challenges you face in your region.
We understand that dealing with climate change is local and finding the resources you need for your land is your first priority. That’s why our team restructured and reorganized the site to make it easier for you to access regional information and identify which region’s resources you are browsing. In addition, the updated website uses the latest security protocols and content management system, is mobile-friendly, and enables access to the timely, regional climate information and tools land managers and professionals need to assist them in better decision-making.
As always, the resources found on the Climate Hubs site are designed to assist farmers, ranchers, forest landowners, rural communities, and Tribal governments with planning for and managing risks associated with weather extremes and climate change. If you can’t find something, please check back on our archived website, or contact us directly and let us know what you think.