2021 Webinars


Building a network for drought monitoring in Arizona

December 2021

The Arizona Drought Monitoring Technical Committee seeks to engage community members, researchers, natural resource professionals, metals and mining professionals, and agriculture professionals to build a network of stakeholders that will share information about drought impacts in Arizona and tribal communities.


Arizona Drought with State Climatologist Erinanne Saffell


Drought Monitoring Technical Committee


Tracking Drought Impacts


Current Conditions and Outlook and the USDM Process


Water is Life


Website Tour of Drought.gov


Condition Monitoring Observer reports (CMOR) help us "See More" drought


Fundamentals of Drought

June 9th, 2021

With Dave DuBois (NM State Climatologist) and Peter Goble (Colorado Climate Center). A webinar organized by the Drought in Agriculture team for new farmers and ranchers. The objective was to introduce attendees to the climatology behind drought and aridity, and present an overview of some tools helpful for planning for and managing drought.


Preparing For Drought

May 18th, 2021

This webinar includes presentations on Oklahoma conditions and drought outlook for Summer 2021, online tools for monitoring drought conditions, monitoring precipitation at your location, native pasture and rangeland management strategies to minimize drought impact, and long-term adaptation planning and tools.


Tools for Navigating Drought on the Ranch  

April 29, 2021

Grass-Cast: A Forecast for Grassland Growth, Great Plains and Southwest

National Drought Mitigation Center Ranch Drought Monitoring Dashboard

A Tour of Two Tools: Tools for the Beef Industry (TOBI) and Collaborative Conservation and Adaptation Strategy Toolbox (CCAST)

New Mexico State University and University of Arizona Extension Resources for Drought

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