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SARE's newest publication, Cultivating Climate Resilience on Farms and Ranches, provides producers with an overview of strategies to manage the climate risk their operations face. The free publication, available online or in print, describes the changing regional weather patterns throughout the United States and the risks that these changes present to crop and livestock production. The 28-page publication also outlines how to evaluate the climate risk your operation faces and how to identify practices that can reduce those risks and improve resilience.

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