A resource for extension educators, agricultural advisors and others, for understanding regional perspectives of corn-soybean farmers about climate change. Delineated by watershed, this collection of tables and maps provides the results of a USDA-NIFA-supported survey, conducted in 2012, of 4,778 farmers in 11 Corn-belt states. Learn about farmer beliefs and concerns about climate change, attitudes toward adaptation and mitigation, perceived capacity to deal with the impacts and recent experiences with extreme weather events. This publication, part of the Climate and Corn-based Cropping Systems Coordinated Agricultural Project (CSCAP), is available from Iowa State University Extension. See all the publications available in this series.