Earlybird Registration Now Open: 2019 Climate & Agriculture Summit

Announcing the 6th biennial California Climate & Agriculture Summit!

Join us March 4th and 5th for the 2019 CalCAN Summit.

Earlybird registration is now open!

Earlybird rates are available until January 15, 2019, but keep in mind that the Summit usually sells out quickly. Discounted rates are available for farmers, ranchers and students.

Save $90 by registering today: A very limited number of tickets are available for the full Summit package, including the farm tours, conference day and 10th birthday celebration.

Register now.

Monday, March 4 
FARM TOURS

See firsthand shovel-ready climate solutions on the ground at several innovative farms in Solano and Yolo Counties. Hear directly from farmers about the multitude of benefits that climate-friendly practices offer our environment, economy and communities.

Tuesday, March 5 at UC Davis
CONFERENCE & CalCAN’s 10th BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION

The Summit’s day-long conference explores the latest science, policy and practice at the nexus of climate and agriculture. Hear from leading researchers, farmers and other voices at the forefront of the work scaling up climate-friendly farming and ranching in California. See the program and list of workshop topics.

We will end the Summit with a celebration of CalCAN’s 10th birthday and the impact of our partnerships and vibrant network. We invite you to join us in the Mondavi Center at UC Davis for a festive evening with live music.

Register now.

Build bridges with us.
Become a Summit sponsor.

We believe farmers and ranchers have crucial climate solutions to offer and that bridges between policy, science and practice can unleash these solutions. If you believe this too, pledge your support for this unique event connecting farmers, ranchers, scientists, policymakers and advocates.

The Summit is made possible with generous support of our sponsors. Learn more about sponsorship opportunities and see the list of sponsors so far. Contact Lauren Lum, lauren@calclimateag.org or (707) 329-6374.

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