Changing Hydrology in Agriculture and Agroforestry (Free)

11:00am 12:00pm ET

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Wednesday, 5/29/2024, 11am – 12pm EDT

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Rooted in Research Webinar Series: Changing Hydrology, Changing Landscapes

Extreme precipitation effects on agriculture could have downstream effects on food supply for many people. Anthony Buda will cover the impacts of extreme precipitation and flooding in agricultural settings and cover current research on this topic. Katherine Favor and Samuel Feibel will then provide an applied perspective on how agroforestry can be used to help farms adapt to increased flooding risk and extreme precipitation. 

On Wednesdays in May, we will be hosting a collaborative Rooted in Research webinar series organized in partnership with the Northern Institute of Applied Climate Science and the USDA Northern Forests and Northeast Climate Hubs. 

Rooted in Research: Changing Hydrology, Changing Landscapes is a four-part webinar mini-series that dives into the latest research and management on issues related to extreme rain and flooding in forests, cities, and agricultural lands. Each webinar will feature research investigating the hydrological shifts brought about by climate change, its impacts on a focal landscape, and management challenges and solutions.

These webinars will consist of presentations followed by a Q&A session with the audience.