Extension released a new publication on programming for climate and weather for extension agents this week. It contains information on extension programs around the country that are addressing needs for information on climate and extreme weather trends over time and ways that extension agents can help lead the way on preparing for these changes. I helped identify some programs, although Georgia is not mentioned in the booklet specifically, and I know many individuals in Extension that are working on this topic on their own. You can view the 53-page document at https://online.flippingbook.com/view/310442/.