Marin Voice: MALT’s work to support ecosystem is part of a climate-smart strategy

Matt Dolkas - MALT

By Matt Dolkas, Senior Manager, Marketing

March 14, 2023

In Marin County, ranchers and farmers are on the frontline of climate change – extreme cycles of dry and wet, famine and feast. While it’s easier to talk about the problems from the recent storms, the real work is in doubling down on how we build resilience and adapt to a changing climate by investing in our community, our farmers and ranchers, as well as our natural environment. Luckily, this is already underway in Marin.

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