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Agricultural Institute of Marin, the San Rafael-based nonprofit that supports farmers, food access and agricultural education, will present its third annual Climate Action Champion Award. The group seeks outstanding individuals or teams in farming, ranching, fishing, food or artisan communities who are tackling the climate crisis with innovative and replicable solutions through agriculture, food production or craftsmanship. The awardee will be honored live at AIM’s Gather for the Planet event on Sept. 14.The Climate Action Champion Award will recognize a local producer who is demonstrating climate action through one of more of the following nine criteria: climate-friendly agricultural practices, renewable energy, green transportation, energy efficiency in infrastructure, reducing food waste, reusable foodware and packaging, upcycling, environmental justice and sustainable arts and design. Residents can nominate an individual, couple or business partners they believe are doing critical climate activism work in California. Nominations must be submitted by July 31 at 5 p.m. Nominate up to three candidates and obtain event details at

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