Most farmers around the globe are feeling climate change impacts, including our local farmers in Washington. Host Stephanie Lentz (she/her) is joined by our friends at 21 Acres, a center for sustainable agriculture education in Woodinville, WA. Liesl McWhorter (sher/her) and Brooke Hiatt (she/her) help us better understand the challenges farmers in Western Washington are facing from climate changes and why supporting local agriculture and local food systems is an important form of climate action.
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