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Getting started with climate change and agriculture: What do Michigan farmers think?

This program is part of a 23-webinar Michigan State University Extension 2016 Beginning Farmer Webinar Series.

Changes in precipitation patterns, temperature, and extreme events have direct and indirect effects on Michigan’s field crops. Learn how Michigan farmers are experiencing these changes and actions they are taking in response.

Title: Getting started with climate change and agriculture: What do Michigan farmers think?
Presenter:  Julie Doll, MSU Kellogg Biological Station outreach specialist
Date:  Monday, January 25, 2016, 7pm eastern time





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