June 3, 2020
May 12, 2020
Models predict farm/forest- and regional-scale impacts of alternative land use and production practices on the water quantity, water quality, and economy of North Florida and South Georgia.
Workshops bring regional stakeholders and experts together to explore economic-environmental tradeoffs among climate, land use, technology, BMP adoption and policy scenarios.
Innovative agricultural Best Management Practice (BMP) research and demonstration projects, digital decision toolkits and training programs are conducted for diverse stakeholders.
This five-year project (2017-2022) is funded through theUnited States Department of Agriculture’s National Instituteof Food and Agriculture’s Agriculture and Food Research Initiative.