Southeast Regional Climate Hub Turns One

 
Southeast Regional Climate Hub Turns One

The Eastern Threat Center-hosted Southeast Regional Climate Hub (SERCH) is celebrating its first year and reflecting on its successes. In February 2014, the U.S. Department of Agriculture established SERCH and other regional climate hubs and sub hubs to deliver science-based information, tools, and technology to farmers, ranchers, and forest land managers. Since that time, SERCH has grown a network of producers, educators, and researchers to develop and share the tools and strategies needed to address climate-related challenges such as drought, heat stress, excessive moisture, longer growing seasons, and changes in pest pressures. To learn about SERCH's recent achievements and to sign up for SERCH news and alerts, read more in CompassLive...

Pictured: During a SERCH field tour, Calvin Perry (left) and Gary Hawkins from the University of Georgia demonstrate a soil moisture instrument that is part of a precision irrigation system. Photo by Steve McNulty.

 

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