Federal government investing in new program to help support climate resiliency in agriculture

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OTTAWA - Farmers are often the first to feel the impacts of climate change and the increasing risk of extreme weather events, extreme heat, floods and droughts. Solutions that are specifically tailored for each region and developed by farmers and farm organizations themselves is the best way to build climate resiliency across Canadian agricultural landscapes, according to the federal government. ...

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