If you are a farmer or agricultural service provider in New England or the Northeast, you will find information on this site to help you and your farm better adapt to climate change. The Climate Adaptation Resource Database is a "one-stop" site for you to find essential information curated towards farm type, adaptation practice, and type of information (fact sheet, case study, tools, etc).
By searching the Database, you can identify useful materials and follow links directly to the sources of that information. The resources on the database have been contributed by individuals and groups in the agricultural community in Vermont and beyond. Resources may be added by approved account members, and are reviewed by site moderators.
You don’t need an account to search and view the resources in the Portal. Simply use one or more search tools on the main page (e.g. type, topic, keywords). Each resource is accompanied by a detailed description and a series of keywords to help you find the most useful information to you. Simply click a resource header to view a summary, or follow the direct link to the host website for the full resource. If you have an account, you can choose to save any resources to your “favorites.”
We encourage you to create an account and submit resources. To do so, you must first send an account request, which we will review and approve. Once approved, you can then log in and submit your resources. When submitting a resource, you will select an appropriate type and topic, and provide a detailed description. Be sure to use language in the title and description that others are likely to use when searching for your resource. Provide a direct link (or links) to the original online home of the resource.