|USDA National and Southern Plains Climate Hub Partners|
Grazinglands Research Laboratory, which is the USDA facility hosting the Southern Plains Climate Hub.
National Water Management Center which is serving as Co-Lead for the Southern Plains Climate Hub.
Rocky Mountain Research Station and Rocky Mountain Research Station Grassland, Shrubland & Desert Ecosystems which contributed to the initial planning for the Southern Plains Climate Hub.
which is conducted by the Department of the Interior.
The initial planning committee for the USDA Southern Plains Climate Hub included scientists from the Agricultural Research Service, National Resources Conservation Service, Forest Service, South Central Climate Science Program, and Southern Climate Impacts Planning Program, as well as scientists from NOAA's National Weather ServiceSouthern Region and Kansas State University Department of Agronomy.
The committee has also received letters of interest or support from more than 100 scientists, administrators, and individuals. This Partners webpage will include a more complete listing of partners by the end of March, 2014.