Climate Smart Agriculture Program
Currently, there are three grant funding opportunities available for Climate Smart Agriculture practices, including:
- Healthy Soils Program - CLOSED 10/2021
- Incentives Program
- Demonstration Program
- State Water Efficiency & Enhancement Program - OPEN 10/19/21
- Online Workshops
- FAQ List / RGA / Resources
- Alternative Manure Management Program - CLOSED
- Open 2022
If you would like more information, or to see if you qualify, please feel free to call or email me at (530)517-8187, or email@example.com.Please visit our website for 'How-to' and other instructional videos for the grants.
UC ANR Climate Smart Ag Website
- 'How- To' and other instructional grant videos
- Find your nearest CSA
CDFA Technical Assistance
Alternative Manure Management Case Study Article:
If you would like to read about the Renati and Zuppan AMMP case study projects, check out this article!
What is Climate Smart Agriculture?
Climate Smart Agriculture (CSA) addresses the risk that the agriculture industry faces due to changing climate conditions. It encompasses management practices that increase soil carbon, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve on-farm efficiencies, and promote sustainable land practices. CSA promotes increasing agricultural productivity, building resiliency to climate change and reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
Local Soil Labs: Soil Labs List
How can Climate Smart Agriculture help me?
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