Urban farmer Brandon Gerard runs Peak of Abundance Farm, a 0.5-acre urban farm located near Spokane, Washington. Brandon is using high tunnels, shade cloth, and drip irrigation to protect his crops from damage due to the impacts of climate change, including extreme heat, drought, and wildfire smoke. Implementing climate adaptation tools in urban agriculture could contribute to food security and climate resilience.
Reading Time | 5 minutes
Management Goals | Shelter crops from wind and heat damage on urban farm.
Audience | Farmers, NRCS, Extension, Farm advisors
Project Lead & Contact Info | Brandon Gerard email@example.com
Project Area | Spokane, WA
Farm | Peak of Abundance Farm