Summit searches for agricultural solutions
Craig McNamara, president of Sierra Farms, delivers the keynote address
Wednesday at the CalCAN Climate and Agriculture Summit at UC Davis. In his talk, McNamara sounded a stark warning about wasted food resources. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
California farmers have a lot on their plate.
Juggling soil depletions, wildlife endangerment, water crises and ever-changing government regulations, more than 300 farmers, conservationists and scientists met for the CalCAN Climate and Agriculture Summit on Wednesday to tackle the dilemmas that face California farmers.
CalCAN, or the California Climate and Agriculture Network, is an organization dedicated to supporting farmers who strive to fight climate change with sustainable practices. Continue Reading