Livestock Producers and Climate Change: What Do You Need to Know?

Author: Liz Whitefield, Washington State University

Publish Date: Winter 2015

The Animal Agriculture and Climate Change extension project (AACC) is a national initiative to develop and teach about animal production practices that are environmentally sound, economically viable, and create resiliency for animal producers and their partners.

The AACC’s Western Region, based at Washington State University, is partnering with the OSU Small Farms Program to learn more about the needs of small-scale livestock producers in Oregon.

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Liz Whitefield, Research Associate with the Livestock Nutrient Management Program at WSU, will be a featured speaker at the OSU Small Farms Conference (Feb. 28, in Corvallis) in Sustainable Meat #1: Resilience Strategies for Small-Scale Livestock Production