Nov. 7 workshop at UC Davis to look at US Drought Monitor and California ranching
Learn about the U.S. Drought Monitor, what it means for ranchers in California, and how local experience and information can inform drought-mapping. A workshop and webinar on Friday, Nov. 7 at the University of California-Davis will answer these questions and also provide information about drought impacts on ranchers, and feeding strategies to help cope with drought. The NDMC’s Brian Fuchs will describe how information gets into the U.S. Drought Monitor process. For more information or to register, please visit the workshop page or contact Tracy Schohr at email@example.com or (916)716-2643.
Nov. 4 webinar: Do extreme events cause a shift in climate change beliefs?
Tune in at noon Eastern time on Nov. 4 to learn about the results of a study on the 2012 Midwestern U.S. drought and agriculture, presented by Dr. Stuart Carlton, Texas Sea Grant/Texas A&M University at Galveston, brought to you by our collaborators, Useful to Useable. Learn more: http://tinyurl.com/U2Uwebinar