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Agricultural Climate Leaders Recognized at the CalCAN Summit

CalCAN held its sixth California Climate and Agriculture Summit in Davis on March 4 & 5, with over 400 participants who actively engaged in dialogue, attended workshops, viewed poster presentations and celebrated CalCAN’s 10 years of work on climate and

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CalCAN builds bridges between policymakers, farmers, ranchers, agriculture professionals, non-profit educators and advocates. We connect partners in the field with legislators in the Capitol to educate them about the powerful climate solutions offered by organic and sustainable agriculture. Last year

Technical Assistance

Technical assistance is necessary for many farmers and ranchers interested in adopting new practices. Technical assistance (TA) providers help producers understand and apply the latest science and best practices, facilitate farmer-to-farmer learning, lead on-farm research and demonstration projects, and assist

Bill to Help Farmers Fight Climate Change Signed by the Governor

Assembly Bill 2377, authored by Assemblymember Jacqui Irwin (D-Thousand Oaks), was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown earlier today. This bill funds technical assistance for farmers and ranchers seeking to transition to Climate Smart Agriculture. “As California continues to

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California Falls Short on Climate Smart Farming Investments June 13, 2019 Record High Numbers of Dairy Producers Seek Funds for Methane Reduction May 7, 2019 New Legislation Aims to Help Prepare Farmers for Extreme Weather, Changing Climate CalCAN sponsors Ag

Climate Equity

While all Californians are impacted by climate change, climate change does not affect all people and communities in the same way. Climate equity (or justice) ensures that the people and communities who are least culpable in the warming of the

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