2024 Adapt Your Farm to Climate Change Series

Each year, CISA’s Climate Program organizes the Adapt Your Farm to Climate Change workshop and webinar series with a focus on practical measures and resources that can help farms respond to extreme weather events that are becoming the norm these days.  

The 2024 series focuses on the impacts of increasing temperatures throughout the year on specific parts of our food system, including soils, weeds and pests, farmworker health and safety, heat tolerant crops, urban farms and others.

Through webinars and on-farm workshops, participants in this year’s events will learn about adaptation practices and how to implement them, hear from technical assistance providers and converse with farmers on their experiences making changes on their farms.

Contact CISA’s Climate Coordinator, Stephen Taranto, with any questions about the 2024 workshop series or the Climate Program.

This material is based upon work supported by USDA/NIFA under Award Number 2023-70027-40447.

See upcoming events below, or visit CISA’s events page here.

Impacts of Increasing Annual Temperatures for New England Farms

May 13 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Join CISA and Sara Kelemen from the USDA Northeast Climate Hub on Monday, May 13th, 4-5:30pm for the annual Adapt Your Farm to Climate Change webinar and workshop series kick-off event. Sara will share climate and temperature data from New England and discuss some examples of how temperature change will impact agricultural operations. Click here for more information!

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