Session 1 Growing Specialty Crops in Southern California

APA California Chapter, Inland Empire Section

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Thursday, March 30, 2017, 9:30 a.m.
Tuesday, March 28, 2017, 10:30 a.m. PDT

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Overview

Learn about the threat of citrus geening disease (huanglongbing) in Southern California and growing specialty crops in small spaces in a profitable manner.

Speakers

Alyssa Houtby

Alyssa is the Director of Public Affairs for California Citrus Mutual, a non-profit advocacy association representing citrus producers. Alyssa specializes in issues management and maintains a diverse portfolio including communications, state government relations and legislative analysis on areas including pest and disease and crop protection. Alyssa also oversees the associations ... Read More

Arthur Levine

Arthur Levine is a Pitzer college Alum from Brooklyn, NY. He has been working in community food projects since his high school years participating in community gardens, community composting, and small-scale urban farming. With eight years of in-the field experience, Arthur is now the Projects Manager for one of the ... Read More

Contact Info

Joyce Jong, JJong@riversideca.gov