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SACRAMENTO, February 20, 2024 — The California Department of Food and Agriculture, in collaboration with the State Board of Food and Agriculture, will be hosting its third public listening session to receive comments that will help define “regenerative agriculture” for state policies and programs. The listening session will begin with an update including summaries of the previous public listening sessions and the first work group session, which took place on January 31. Recordings of previous sessions may be found on the Defining Regenerative Agriculture for State Policies and Programs website.
Public Listening Session:
Defining Regenerative Agriculture for State Policies and Programs
Thursday, February 22, 2024
4:30 - 6:00 PM
Spanish interpretation services will be available....
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