Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops on Feb. 27 - RSVP Today!


Join us on February 27, 2020 to learn more from researchers, technical advisors, and policymakers about climate change impacts to agriculture. Your input will help identify the tools, resources, and funding needed to advance solutions.

The Climate Science Alliance and our collaborating project partners seek experiences, insights, and input from a diverse group of producers across the region through a series of workshops funded by the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA).

These workshops will gather growers, scientists, technical advisors, and partners to discuss regionally-specific climate science and share opportunities, recommendations, and strategies for building on-the-ground resilience. These discussions will help guide CDFA’s activities and funding priorities in support of southern California’s agricultural communities and specialty crop industry in the face of a changing climate.

Climate Change Consortium for Specialty Crops for the San Diego Region

February 27, 2020, 9:00am - 3:00pm

Reception to follow

SD County Farm Bureau (in the AgHub Bldg.)

420 S Broadway

Escondido, CA 92025

Space is very limited! Register today:

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Join us on February 27, 2020 to learn more from researchers, technical advisors, and policymakers about climate change impacts to agriculture. Your input will help identify the tools, resources, and funding needed to advance solutions.​

This event is open to farmers, agricultural producers, technical assistance experts, farm advisors, scientific researchers, and policymakers.

Breakfast and lunch are included, and there will be a reception with refreshments to follow.

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