The study wanted to identify coping mechanisms of farmers to existing climate hazards and to recommend possible solutions to the identified problems in agriculture. Farmers from Barangay Maravilla, Nagcarlan, Laguna, Philippines were interviewed using Participatory Rural Appraisal (PRA) tools like Village/ Resource Map, Timeline, Seasonal Calendar, Venn Diagram, and Problem and Alternative Trees. Results showed that climate hazards such as typhoons and flooding and the occurrence of pests and diseases had affected their major crops like coconut, banana and lanzones. The farmersâ€™ coping strategies included inter-cropping of cash crops, use of integrated pest and disease management and engaging in non-farm activities. These coping mechanisms were adopted despite absence of external assistance. The farmers realized the need to organize themselves into an association and be recognized by the local government to have access to agricultural programs. Organizing will entitle them access to government programs which will help them overcome the damages brought by the climate hazards. The barangay officials promised to support the farmersâ€™ organization to ensure food security and sufficiency in their community.