Where do droughts and floods come from? Why do they happen? Do they happen in New England? Often? Regional scale climate models for the northeastern United States predict changes in precipitation patterns, quantities, and intensity in the coming decades. Agricultural practices in Massachusetts and infrastructure for managing stormwater were designed based on weather patterns over the last 100 years or more. This workshop will present an overview of climate science today, predictions for our changing local climate with specific attention to the extremes. We will discuss the effects climate change may have on water resources and agricultural practice. Enacting the solutions are up to you.