Various issues are faced by agricultural communities and landscapes that are compounded by climate change. These include, but are not limited to, loss of productivity, habitat loss for socially and economically relevant plants and animals, and water quality and quantity declines. Agriculture systems can address these issues by maintaining and strengthening ecosystem services that aid climate change adaptation, mitigation, and socio-economic resilience. We will present on a University-Tribal-Producer collaboration to address soil health, water quality, and GHG emissions. This project is aiding a producer to evaluate a climate-smart agriculture approach within an existing sustainability framework.