Agriculture and Climate Resilience
Friday, April 9th at 10:30 a.m. EST
New York Green, Inc. brings you a panel of statewide, regional, and local planning and resilience experts to kick off the second session in a 4-part series of interactive webinars on Fridays in April.
On April 2nd we opened this 4-part series with a focus on climate projections, potential impacts, at-risk assets and how to increase community resilience. Recording available.
This Friday (April 9th) we will explore challenges and opportunities for local agriculture and how producers can increase stability in changing times.
Moderator: Barbara Johnston, Labella Associates
Panel: Jennifer Clifford, NYS Department of Agriculture & Markets; Brad Mudrzynski, District Manager for Genesee County Soil & Water; and Shelly Stein, Stein Farms, LLC in Le Roy, NY.
This will be a fast-paced, informative, one-hour, interactive webinar with a 30-minute optional discussion to follow.
Planning credits are available to municipal planning and zoning board members upon request and 1.0 AICP CM Credit is also available upon request.
A “Resiliency Prize” will be drawn at the end of each of the four sessions with a special drawing in the final session for people who attend all four. Future sessions will be held on April 16 (Changing Climate and Infrastructure) and April 23 (Resilient Landscapes). Register to win!
Find out more and register for this free webinar via the link below
Register for "Agriculture and Climate Resilience"
This webinar series is part of the Green Genesee/Smart Genesee Phase II – Countywide Resiliency Planning. For information on all four webinars and to learn more about our planning project, visit us at:
Spring Local Government Workshop
April 15 through May 18, 2021
- All sessions take place online via video conference (Zoom)
- Sessions are free but registration is required
- Register through Eventbrite by clicking this link > https://www.eventbrite.com/e/145079499689
- Each session is individually ticketed. You will need to sign up for each session you wish to attend
- All sessions start at 11:30AM unless otherwise noted. Session length ranges from one and two and half hours; please note the schedule.
- Questions? Email Jason Haremza at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 585-295-3820
Many thanks to our partners: Native American Cultural Center, the National Park Service, New York State Department of State, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Wendel, and Barton and Loguidice
Session Schedule (click for printable schedule)
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