Ventura farmer David Armstrong speaks with MB Hanrahan about their shift to growing coffee trees.
Coffee has traditionally been grown in the Coffee Belt, where countries such as Brazil, Colombia, Ethiopia and Vietnam have provided the best climate for coffee trees, which need constant heat to survive.
Climate change is altering global temperatures. Although this is harming crops in numerous areas, it’s also opening up possibilities in other regions, such as Southern California.
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