What can farmers do to become more climate resilient when the only constant is change? On November 4, 2015, we were onsite at Harvesting Opportunities in New York in Albany, NY. What follows are highlights from the conference’s day-long track on Agricultural Stewardship in a Changing Climate. You’ll hear from Michael Hoffman, the Executive Director of the Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture;  Larry Eckhardt, President of Kinderhook Creek Farms; Jody Bolluyt, farmer at Roxbury Farm; and Fay Benson, extension educator at Cornell Cooperative Extension.
To learn more about climate change and agriculture, and to access tools for climate-smart farming, visit the Cornell Institute for Climate Change and Agriculture online.

March 20, Chaffee, MO – Heavy rains inundated diversion canals and topped levees in this rural community, causing widespread flooding and roadclosures.

March 20, Chaffee, MO – Heavy rains inundated diversion canals and topped levees in this rural community, causing widespread flooding and roadclosures.