September 06, 2018 02:00 PM
As tomato harvest hits full capacity and the almond harvest begins to ramp up, global leaders will gather in San Francisco this month to promote continued action on climate change.
While Silicon Valley seeks the spotlight, it is the more humble Central Valley that solidifies California’s leadership as one of the world’s most climate-smart economies.
Our Mediterranean climate allows us to produce and export $20 billion of the world’s most nutritious and high-quality foods. Partnerships between the state government, farmers and ranchers are ensuring that this bounty has the lowest greenhouse gas and environmental footprint in the…
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