What do you know about climate change and the U.S. agriculture? Share your thoughts and concerns on April 29. The presentation will explore impacts of predicted changes in temperature, precipitation, and atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations on agricultural production, as well as potential impacts on agricultural water supplies in the coming decades.

Sonia Salas

Western Growers encourages you or a representative to attend public meetings being held beginning the week of May 5 that will help to assess existing agricultural nitrate control programs and develop recommendations to ensure that ongoing efforts are protective of groundwater supply quality. The outcome of this process will influence the way farming operations are regulated through the irrigated lands programs, specifically, how farming operations will have to track, report and manage nutrients.

Gail Delihant

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