Report Explores Climate Change Impacts for Specialty Crops in Southern California

The Climate Science Alliance and the California Department of Food and Agriculture have released 2020 Climate Change Impacts for Specialty Crops: Southern California Region, a report that collects feedback and recommendations from producers across Southern California. Regional producers, technical advisors, and researchers contributed to this effort to better understand the climate impacts and challenges in the region and how best to support producers in building their resilience. The full 60-page report is available online in PDF. Summary guides are also available online in English and Spanish.