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Climate Science on Tap: Crops, Carbon and Climate Change

December 16, 2019, 2019

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Can Agriculture Combat Global Warming?

Can regenerative farming and smart agriculture policy help fight climate change? What’s the role of crops and intensive grazing in carbon sequestration? And can we develop solutions with bipartisan support? Join our panel for Climate Science on Tap as we discuss the future of farming. Meet the experts! Listen to riveting presentations! Engage in a Q & A about their work! Stick around to learn how you can get involved! This CSoT will surely provide food for thought.

The expert panelists will include David Montgomery, Ph.D. geomorphologist and author with the University of Washington, and Greg Rock, Masters – Sustainable Energy Engineering, and Policy Chair. Other experts from regenerative agriculture will also be there to answer questions and join in the discussions,

Enjoy the fine Optimism beer and the evening’s food truck. Come early to ensure a good seat and time to meet others there to get informed and involved on moving agriculture toward being a mitigation option for climate change! It’s going to be fun!

*Books by David R. Montgomery will be available for purchase.

Details

Date:
December 16, 2019
Time:
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/events/453778028598066/

Venue

Optimism Brewing
1158 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122 United States
Website:
https://optimismbrewing.com/contact

Organizer

Cascadia Climate Action
Phone:
206 261-2155
Email:
mary@cascadiaclimateaction.org
Website:
http://CascadiaClimateAction.org