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Abundance North Carolina announces that the 3rd Annual Climate Change Adaptation Conference will be held February 6, 2015 on the campus of Central Carolina Community College in Pittsboro, NC. The first conference convened in February 2013 to bring farmers and researchers together for a conversation about the impact a changing climate might have on small […]