We envision a vibrant, affordable, and resilient local food and agriculture economy in the Missoula community with an educated consumer base that creates sufficient demand for local food. Our community will enhance Missoula's water resources and floodplains so they have the resiliency to withstand new pressures imposed by climate change and continue to provide clean water and ecosystem benefits to our community.
News and Resources:
Why cities fighting climate change should take a look at food policy.
The MSU Extension published a guide about how agriculture can respond to climate change (July 2017).
Learn more about some of the organizations working to expand and strengthen our local food system.
Thirty Ways Cities can prepare for global warming - with a focus on Urban Agriculture.
Ready to get involved?
Contact the Climate Smart Missoula Team at