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Windsor County Farm Bureau presents a forum on climate and agriculture

Wednesday, Nov. 20 at 5 p.m. —HARTLAND—A panel of experts will convene at the Hartland Public Library to discuss climate change’s affects on the agricultural sector. The panel will examine the challenges to producers and the potential opportunities for farmers to adapt to and help mitigate the problem.

Anyone interested in learning more about climate change and its impacts on land management in our region is invited to join. Time will be set aside for Q&A at the end of the discussion.

Presenters include:

Phillip Rice of Climate Interactive, a not-for-profit organization based in Washington D.C. He lives in an eco-village farm community in Hartland.

Alissa White, an agroecological Researcher at UVM. Over the last 15 years, she has worked in program development, grassroots fundraising, farming education and horticulture.

Karl Thideman or Seth Itzkan, co-founders of Soil4Climate, a Vermont-based nonprofit advocating for soil restoration to reverse global warming.

The Hartland Public Library is located at 153 Route 5 in Hartland. For more information visit cedarmountainfarm.org or call 802-436-1448.

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