West Hills Community College District (WHCCD), in partnership with numerous agencies, continues its Essential Elements for the Future of the San Joaquin Valley, a premier public affairs series that gathers California’s public policy and private sector leaders to confront the crises and challenges in the Valley.
The intent of the series is to organize hands-on partnerships and create action steps for the future of the San Joaquin Valley while coping with climate change. Essential Elements will be held at Harris Ranch Inn and Conference Center. Each session will include guest speakers and panel discussions.
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The San Joaquin Valley must comprehend, grab and advance accelerated change. Agribusiness – the leading SJV industry and historical adapters confronts ground shifting drastically. The weather, emerging technologies, regulatory realities, and more aware consumers. Logistics jobs are evolving, technology is digging a foothold, and energy may well energize employment. What are the region’s opportunities and challenges?
The objective is to gather agribusiness, technology, logistics executives, educators and nonprofits, elected and regulators to assess the SJV’s shifting ground and determine what can be done together now to recalibrate and grow the regional economy.
To register for this no-fee event, submit a request using this form or send an email to Kathy Finster at firstname.lastname@example.org
An invitation will be forwarded to you.
Phone inquiries to 559.934.2141