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"Food Fight" Book Review

This book review was written by Renata Brillinger, California Climate and Agriculture Network.

Part history text, part socio-political commentary and part call to action, Dan Imhoff’s new book offers something for everyone from the seasoned agriculture advocate to the newcomer on the food systems scene. “Food Fight: The Citizen’s Guide to the Next Food and Farm Bill,” published just a couple of months ago by Dan’s company Watershed Media, comes just as the federal debate over the 2012 Farm Bill is heating up.

CalCAN Summit Recap

The 4th Climate & Agriculture Summit at UC Davis was, by all accounts, CalCAN’s most successful Summit yet.

The daylong gathering on March 25 brought together 320 participants, including 65 farmers and ranchers from across California. Our 60+ speakers, panelists, moderators and poster presenters were uniformly excellent, demonstrating the amazing diversity and expertise of CalCAN’s partners and friends.

Climate Change & Organic Farming

This article was written by Renata Brillinger, California Climate & Agriculture Network.

This is a good news and a bad news story. First, the bad news…

Early Bird Registration Now Open for the California Climate & Agriculture Summit

The early bird registration rates for the California Climate & Agriculture Summit on March 24 & 25, 2015 in Davis, CA have been extended to February 20. Register here!

The Summit is a gathering of farmers and ranchers, scientists, advocates, agriculture professionals and policymakers to share knowledge and work towards solutions to our climate crisis.

Join Us as We Address the Impacts of Climate Change On California Agriculture!

The 4th California Climate & Agriculture Summit

On March 24 & 25, the 4th California Climate & Agriculture Summit will take place in Davis, CA. The Summit is organized by California Climate & Agriculture Network (CalCAN), a coalition of the state’s leading sustainable agriculture organizations and farmer allies that came together out of climate change concerns. They mainly focus on climate change impacts on California agriculture and methods to advance sustainable agricultural solutions to a changing climate.

State Bill to Launch California Climate & Agriculture Program

CalCAN is excited to announce our leadership in a newly introduced state bill called the Agriculture Climate Benefits Act, or Senate Bill 367. The bill was introduced by Senator Lois Wolk (D-Yolo County), and is co-sponsored by CalCAN and our coalition partner, the Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF).

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