The Climate-Smart Agriculture Conference kicked off Wednesday at UC Davis. It's the first time the event is held in the U.S. after its inauguration at Wageningen University in the Netherlands. The conference brings together scientists and policy makers to identify and shape agriculture practices that address climate change.
Times agriculture reporter Ricardo Lopez attended, tweeting updates throughout the first day. Here's a curated Storify post of his tweets and others:
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