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Climate Adaptation for Vegetable & Flower Farmers
Welcome to the Resources page for our Climate Adaptation for Vegetable & Flower Farmers Webinar, a list of educational materials related to the webinar. The webinar has taken place, but in case you missed it or want to revisit the material, we will be providing links to the video recording of the webinar and related learning materials below, as soon as they are ready for posting.
OVERVIEW: Farms are increasingly at risk for crop, soil, and infrastructure damage from changing temperature and precipitation patterns. Drought and flooding have occurred within the same growing season. How do farms prepare for both extremes? We have partnered with American Farmland Trust to introduce adaptation planning and how to get started.
Climate change adaptation planning can help farmers strategically assess vulnerabilities and implement practices to build the resilience of farms and agroecosystems. This webinar is for vegetable and flower growers of any scale who want to examine the potential impacts of climate change on their farms and start a plan for climate adaptation. We also share several first-hand adaptation experiences from farmers.
A Q&A session follows the presentation.