2020 Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops
Hearing from farmers is the first - and most important - part of our Resilient Roots programming.
The 2020 Climate Change Consortium for Speciality Crops of Southern California was convened in partnership by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and the Climate Science Alliance. The vision of the 2020 Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops builds off of CDFA's 2012 Climate Change Consortium for Speciality Crops in northern and central California, to identify climate impacts and strategies for resilience specific to Southern California specialty producers. These efforts have provided a critical opportunity to hear from producers, researchers, and technical assistance advisors to identify the opportunities, recommendations, and actions for advancing the region's climate resilience.
2020 Consortium Event
Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops
for the San Diego region
On February 27, 2020 over 40 specialty crop representatives, including growers, agricultural associations, technical advisors, and researchers, gathered to identify potential climate change adaptation strategies. Learn more and view the Consortium resources here:
2019 Convergence Event
at Pauma Tribal Farms
The Alliance team collaborated with Solidarity Farm and Pauma Tribal Farms for their first Carbon Sink Farming Convergence on November 4-5, 2019. The Convergence provided an opportunity for diverse individuals to come together, share land-based strategies and solutions to climate change, and discuss ways to support and advance these actions across the region.