Reports & Presentations

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Ecosystem Service Valuation Approaches and Carbon Mitigation: Considerations for Garden State AgricultureConsiderations for Garden State Agriculture prepared by the NJ Climate Change Resource Center and NJ Agricultural Experiment Station.


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Climate Change and Agriculture, Including Aquaculture and Fisheries, in New Jersey prepared by the Rutgers Climate Institute and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station.


Healthy Soils and Climate Change, prepared by the Rutgers Climate Institute and the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station with assistance from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.



Climate Change and Agriculture Workshop for Rutgers Extension Faculty and Staff presentations available here.


Stakeholder Engagement Report: Agriculture. This report was prepared by researchers from Rutgers University for the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance. 


Stakeholder Engagement Reports prepared for the New Jersey Climate Adaptation Alliance for other sectors such as Natural Resources and Water Resources can be found here.


A Summary of Climate Change Impacts and Preparedness Opportunities for the Agricultural Sector in New Jersey.


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Rutgers University hosted the first U.S.D.A. Northeast Climate Hub Partners meeting in 2018; the meeting focused on sharing adaptation experiences in agriculture, discussing outreach strategies, and developing a community of practice.  Proceedings from the meeting, including presentations can be found here here.


Sector-based reports for climate change impacts and preparedness opportunities for the Natural Resources and Water Resources sector in New Jersey can be found here.


 Read the case study:

IRRIGATION PAYS IN PROTECTING VEGETABLE CROP REVENUES IN THE NORTHEAST U.S. An Economic Case Study | Intervale Community Farm | September 2017


 Preparing Smallholder Farm Families to Adapt to Climate Change pocket guides:


Climate Change and Agriculture in New Jersey: A Workshop for Rutgers Extension Faculty and Staff. March 4, 2015.