The United States Forest Service’s (USFS) Climate Change Resource Center (CCRC) is a collection of forest management resources. It includes an extensive library, climate change and carbon tools, webinars and short courses by topic area and ecosystem, as well as an introductory webinar for new users.
The Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy develops data-driven plans to support ecosystem resilience in the Great Lakes region.
“Effects of Drought on Forests and Rangelands in the U.S.” aims to help working land managers understand the impacts of drought and build resilience on their lands. It explains how drought is characterized, drought impacts on forest processes and disturbances such as insect outbreaks and wildfire, and consequences for forest values and management considerations.
Farming Success in an Uncertain Climate provides an overview of some of the challenges anticipated to affect farms over the next century while also providing solutions that can be applied today. The resource is directed to a New York State audience, but its solutions are widely applicable.
Effects of Drought on Forests and Rangelands in the United States: A Comprehensive Science Synthesis covers a wide expanse of management issues. The USDA’s Climate Hubs have synthesized the assessment for each of their region’s stakeholders.