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According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Centers for Environmental Information (2016), climate-related disasters occurring from 2011 to 2015 caused property damages in excess of US$230 billion—and the agriculture sector incurs some of the largest losses (Hoffmann, 2013). The purpose of this case study was to identify, through an in-depth interview and document review, successful climate-change-based sustainability strategies in a publicly held farmingdoi:10.5590/josc.2019.11.1.05 fatcat:tsv53zo7xvgetjmj2s232lfe4i