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Climate Change and Maine's Farms and Forests

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Autumn Walk in Mountains
This course will cover known impacts of climate change to agriculture and forestry in Maine, including how land managers  are thinking about and dealing with changes, and what members of the public can do to help. Course format will be a combination of lecture and discussion, including guest presentations for University of Maine faculty and graduate students doing research at the intersections of climate, agriculture, and forestry.

Instructor Ruth Clements
Ruth is a Masters’ student in Ecology and Environmental Science at the University of Maine. Her research focuses on farmer decision-making and adaptation related to climate change. She grew up in northern Maine and South Dakota before getting her B.A. in 2018 at Concordia College in Minnesota. When she isn’t studying or talking about climate change, Ruth enjoys hiking local trails, attempting to bake new recipes, and conversing over a good cup of coffee.

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