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Nature Conservancy Report: Reducing Climate Risks with Natural Infrastructure

The report draws on experience from nine case studies in California and makes a compelling case for conservation as an effective tool to reduce risks of a changing climate.

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11/1/15
National Fish, Wildlife and Plants Climate Adaptation Strategy

This document provides recommendations for the country to address the threats climate change poses to wildlife and natural resources.

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11/1/15
Enhancing Resilience in a Changing Climate

The Enhancing Resilience in a Changing Climate (ERCC) program generates Earth-based information and knowledge about the sensitivity and response of Canada’s lands to the effects of a changing climate. 

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11/1/15
USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)

Expanding beyond the basics of climate change, the NRCS provides a ranking of soil practices in terms of their potential for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emission reduction.

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11/1/15
USDA Climate Change Resource Center

Designed for land managers, the Climate Change Resource Center provides an introduction to climate change then enters into more advanced topics such as carbon storage in forests and grasslands.

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11/1/15
The Community Kitchen Garden at Lewis Ginter

Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden is continuing its fight against hunger by dedicating an entire garden to growing vegetables this year for FeedMore serving the Central Virginia Foodbank and Meals on Wheels of Central Virginia.

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10/30/15
Denver Botanic Gardens Food Programs and Initiatives

Urban Botanical University, Soul 2 Soil, Chatfield Community Supporting Agriculture (CSA)Community Supporting Agriculture (CSA) and the Community Garden at Congress Park, Education Programs, and Food Gardens.

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10/30/15
Bronx Green-Up

Bronx Green-Up, the community outreach program of The New York Botanical Garden, provides horticultural advice, technical assistance, and training to community gardeners, school groups, and other organizations interested in improving urban neighborhoods

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10/30/15
GreenBridge Community Garden Alliance

All Brooklyn community gardens are invited to join the GreenBridge Community Garden Alliance (GCGA). The alliance's focus is on promoting sustainable gardening practices to support healthy communities of people, plants, and wildlife.

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10/30/15
Green Youth Farm

The Green Youth Farm program offers students the opportunity to learn all aspects of organic farming — from planting seeds and starts to managing a hive of bees, from cooking with the food they grow to selling it at farmstands and markets.

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10/30/15

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