What’s New: Agriculture Climate Change Adaptation Workshop Thursday January 31 in Greenwood

Kootenay and Boundary Regional Adaptation Strategies Workshop

Agriculture producers are invited to join us in PART 2 of a workshop series to develop the Kootenay & Boundary Regional Climate Change Adaptation Strategies. (Note: you don’t have to have attended the first workshop to attend the second – all agricultural producers are welcome!)

Together we will be exploring how the agricultural sector can adapt to climate change and and will be working in small groups to develop strategies and actions for the following priority impact areas:

1) Warmer and drier summer conditions
2) Increasing variability
3) Increasing wildfire risk
4) Changing hydrology – increasing spring flood risk
Note: pests, diseases and invasive species will also be covered under the variability topic

Up to $300,000 in seed funding will support collaborative local agricultural adaptation projects following completion of the strategies.

Greenwood
McArthur Centre
Thursday, January 31st, 9:00am to 2:00pm

Doors open at 8:30am for workshops. Morning coffee and baked goods, and lunch will be provided. Attendance is free and attendees are required to register in advance.

To register or for more information, contact Harmony Bjarnason at Harmony@BCAgClimateAction.ca or 250-215-5589.

To read more about the Initiative, click here.

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