Register Now to Attend the California Climate and Agriculture Summit

Learn about the latest science, policy, and practice of climate-friendly farming in California at the CalCAN Summit on February 28 and March 1, 2017, in Davis, California.

The Summit begins February 28 with a conference at UC Davis featuring a wide variety of workshops, plus keynote speakers California Secretary of Agriculture Karen Ross and University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Vice President Glenda Humiston.

On March 1, participants will tour three innovative Yolo County farms that use integrated farming practices to improve soil health, increase biodiversity, and provide climate benefits.

Register and read the full program.

This gathering is a great opportunity to network with a diverse group including growers, researchers, policymakers, agricultural professionals, and advocates.

Find out about farming-focused ways to play a constructive role in responding to our climate crisis.

Earlybird registration prices are available through January 6, 2017. Past Summits have sold out well in advance, so don’t wait too long to buy your tickets.

For more information and to register, visit http://calclimateag.org/calcan-summit-2017/.

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This article was submitted by the California Climate and Agriculture Network (CalCAN). CalCAN is a coalition that advances policy solutions at the nexus of climate change and sustainable agriculture.

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