The second California Dairy Sustainability Summit will take place virtually this November 5th and 6th. The online event will connect dairy farmers, state and local officials, researchers, technology providers, and others, to promote the economic and environmental
sustainability of dairy farms. The program will showcase how California’s dairy farmers are leading the way in the development of planet-smart, sustainable farming practices. A wide variety of educational sessions will run from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. on both days, promoting successful programs and partnerships, highlighting opportunities for dairy producers, and encouraging the development of new solutions where needed.
“California’s dairy families have long been dedicated to providing consumers with nutritious and affordable foods, while continually focusing on reducing our environmental footprint,” said Josh Zonneveld, a third-generation dairy farmer and chairman of the California Milk Advisory Board. “However, we’re also facing many challenges that make it difficult to operate in our home state. The California Dairy Sustainability Summit is important because it provides an opportunity to communicate and work together with our regulators. It also provides farmers with a venue to discuss best practices and proactive solutions for issues that will impact our future.”
The event will include educational sessions, a virtual expo hall, and valuable networking opportunities. Attendees will learn about incentive programs and new technologies and strategies to further improve both environmental and economic sustainability.
To learn more and to register, please visit cadairysummit.com.