The Climate and Agriculture Program at the University of California Cooperative Extension San Diego County focuses on the policies, research, programs and strategies to manage the impacts of climate trends on agricultural production in San Diego County.
We develop and extend management, funding and technical assistance resources to local farm and ranch operators to support sustainable agricultural production, while contributing to soil health, water and energy conservation. Our clients include agricultural producers, policy makers, government agencies, researchers, educators, consultants and other public and private agricultural service providers.
Jan Gonzales, firstname.lastname@example.org
Esther Mosase, email@example.com