U.S. Drought Monitor now searchable by tribal area
6/3/2021 – Every Thursday morning, the U.S. Drought Monitor (USDM) provides the latest snapshot of evolving drought conditions across the United States and all of its territories. Along with providing a national overview of drought, the USDM website allows users to spotlight climate regions, states, USDA Climate Hubs and numerous other specified areas. Now, USDM users can also search for drought conditions for tribal areas across the country. Continue the story
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New Drought Center dashboard steps ranchers through key questions
5/17/2021 – Ranch Drought Monitoring
Ranchers can now find answers to some of their most common drought-related questions in one place on the National Drought Mitigation Center website. The NDMC's Ranch Drought Monitoring Dashboard aims to provide information that will help reduce risk ahead of time. Continue the story
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NDMC's Mwape working with Nebraskans on Republican River Basin drought project
5/13/2021 – National Drought Mitigation Center research assistant Andrew Mwape is working with the state of Nebraska and four of its Natural Resources Districts on drought planning for the Republican River Basin. Continue the story
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