Wed, Nov 15|
Climate Change and Agriculture
Learn about the effects climate change has on urban, rural, and commercial agriculture, as well as the power agriculture has to mitigate climate change's impact.
Time & Location
Nov 15, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
About the Event
Climate change is a wide-reaching topic that affects numerous aspects of our daily lives, from small-scale daily weather to larger patterns of more frequent and more extreme weather events. These changes can be devastating for agricultural operations, leaving supply chains stressed and food prices skyrocketing. This workshop will discuss the link between climate change and agriculture while introducing options to mitigate these effects on an individual, community, and national scale.
Registration fees for Growing Gardeners Workshops are suggested donations of $5/person for lecture-style classes, and $10/person for value-added classes (i.e., take-home goods, cooking classes, etc.). No one will be turned away for inability to pay.
Part of City Sprouts' mission is to provide educational opportunities to the community. Please be honest about what you can afford, so we may continue to provide equitable opportunities for all. Thank you!