Over the summer, a delegation of 18 California policymakers traveled to Israel to explore issues related to climate change, water use and smart agriculture. Their travels included a tour of a water management facility in Jerusalem, plant breeding company Kaiima Ltdin Moshav Sharon (listed by MIT as one of its top-50 smartest companies.) a visit to a nursery near Gaza, a trip to Netafim, an Israeli Ag technology company in the Negev Desert, and a visit to the Ben Gurion University Desert Research Institute. They meet with agricultural innovation, climate change and water use experts across Israel
"The sense of history here leaves me in a state of awe"
Read her reports at Planting Seeds
Climate Smart Israel – California delegation set to learn about conservation strategies in a semi-arid land
Climate Smart Israel – a report from Secretary Ross
This week November 9, 2016 • 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. PDT AM PDT (California) • 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. IDT (Israel) experts from California and Israel will be sharing their experiences and expertise in a webinar
Webinar: The Extent, Development and Potential of Recycled Water Use for Specialty Crop Production.
Steven Moore, State Water Resources Control Board
Dr. Anat Levingart, Israeli Ministry of Agriculture
Alvar Escriva Bou, Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC)
Mr. Aryeh Bosak, South Judaea Growers Association
Mr. Asher Eizenkot, Israeli Extension Service
Dr. Pinchas Fine, Volcani Center
William Wong, City of Modesto
|Secretary Ross with members of the delegation for the California Climate-Smart Agriculture Policy Mission|
and mean while as California and Israel are trying to save the damn planet what are the palis along with the other arab backed interests at the United Nazis (UN for short) up to now? oh yeah they're trying to claim the heritage of The Dead Sea scrolls as their own. next thing you know they'll be trying to put a minaret on top of Seattle's space needle and claim it's a muslim holy site.
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