The California Dairy Sustainability Summit, which will highlight California’s achievements in sustainable dairy farm practices, announced the speaker lineup for its inaugural event, taking place November 27-28, 2018 at the Sacramento Convention Center. The Summit, co-hosted by Dairy Cares, Dairy Council of California, California Milk Advisory Board, California Dairy Quality Assurance Program, and the California Research Foundation, will bring together prominent California dairy leaders to discuss techniques for increasing economic and environmental sustainability.
Throughout the two-day event, attendees will have an opportunity to hear from dozens of industry experts through a series of panel discussions and keynotes. In addition, the Expo Hall will offer an opportunity for dairy farmers and operators to learn about new ways to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and meet environmental challenges with cost-effective solutions.
Panel discussions will focus on timely topics, including the appropriate role of regulations and incentives as a method to improve sustainability, shifting dairy consumption trends, and dairy’s role in a healthy and sustainable diet. The Summit will also cover California dairy farmers’ efforts to enhance water supply, improve air quality, and protect the climate.