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Research Project: Enhancing Decision-Making by Agricultural Producers in Montana with Weather Variability: Reducing Enterprise Risk and Increasing Resilience

Location: Rangeland Resources & Systems Research

Project Number: 3012-21610-002-29-S
Project Type: Non-Assistance Cooperative Agreement

Start Date: Dec 1, 2014
End Date: Nov 30, 2019

Disseminate information to, and receive feedback from, agricultural producers on tools and management practices for enhanced decision making with increased weather variability and extreme events (e.g., drought).

The Montana State University Extension and ARS will collaborate in the planning of and conducting the transfer of information, tools and management practices to agricultural producers in Montana to enhance decision making with weather variability for reduction of enterprise risk and increasing resilience of working lands. Efforts will also include receiving feedback from agricultural producers in Montana as to needed science and technology from the USDA Northern Plains Regional Climate Hub.