Building Regional Resilience

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The Building Regional Resilience Hub provides communities across the nation with tools and resources to create and enact a resilience plan. Using a research-based index system, the Building Regional Resilience Hub helps communities easily identify and compare counties based on their relative resiliency and vulnerability to the country as a whole.

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Coalition Against Trafficking & Exploitation

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CARES partnered with the Coalition Against Trafficking and Exploitation (CATE) to develop an interactive and dynamic resource map. The resource map is embedded on the CATE website and updated annually with new information.

Missouri Source Water Assessment Portal

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The Missouri Source Water Assessment Portal provides web-based access to information about the safety of drinking water in Missouri. Specifically, the portal provides information on drinking water sources, such as wells, rivers, lakes, and springs, and potential sources of contamination that put drinking water at risk.

Missouri Source Water Assessment Portal

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The Missouri Source Water Assessment Portal provides web-based access to information about the safety of drinking water in Missouri. Specifically, the portal provides information on drinking water sources, such as wells, rivers, lakes, and springs, and potential sources of contamination that put drinking water at risk.

Nutrient Management Planner

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Serves as MU Extension site consolidator for nutrient management. Farmers, researchers, and technicians can learn to use this information to maximize cost efficiency by using manure as a fertilizer and comply with state and federal requirements, such as those pertaining to nitrogen runoff.

Grazing Wedge Map Widget

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The Grazing Wedge tool is designed to provide farmers with best practices for forage management including strategies for forage optimization by measureing forage growth and rotation. The Grazing Wedge tool allows users to draw farm and paddock layouts, enter data, and visualize forage status. This is a collaborative project between CARES and the Extension Technology & Computer Services (ETCS).

All Things Missouri

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All Things Missouri was launched in 2018 and quickly became Missouri’s central data and mapping resource for policy-makers, business owners, farmers, and community organizations working to resolve issues related to: agriculture and environment; business and community; health and safety; and youth and family. All Things Missouri provides access to national, state, and local (Missouri-sourced) data all in one platform. It hosts the Missouri Map Room and tools to support University of MIssouri Extension programs and services.