Join Solana Center for Environmental Innovation (Solana Center) for a free technical assistance webinar for farmers and ranchers to learn more about applying for up to $100,000 in state grant funding. Assistance is provided by the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) Healthy Soils Program (HSP) for farmers to implement conservation management practices that sequester carbon, reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHGs), and improve soil health.
The HSP Incentive Grants provide financial incentives directly to California growers and ranchers to implement one or more on-farm agricultural management practices to improve soil health, including compost and mulch application, cover cropping, no-till methods, conservation planting, and more.
The virtual workshop takes place on Tuesday, January 16th from 6 to 7 PM. To register, please visit this link. For questions about the workshop, or the program send an email to email@example.com. Find more details about the grant program and reference HSP resources here.
“We’re excited to support farmers and ranchers in implementing innovative programs that reduce our carbon footprint and help San Diego’s agricultural community make improvements that impact our agricultural health, environment, and economy,” said Executive Director Jessica Toth.
About Solana Center:
- Solana Center is a San Diego-based, environmental non-profit that has provided waste diversion and environmental education in San Diego County since 1983. Solana Center actively addresses and solves the region’s most pressing environmental issues through low-waste practices such as composting and food waste reduction and water conservation programs that inspire and empower individuals to live sustainably, reduce waste, and become change-makers in the communities where they live.
About Healthy Soils Program and California Climate Investments:
- HSP is funded by California Climate Investments (CCI). CCI is a statewide program that puts billions of Cap-and-Trade dollars to work reducing greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the economy, and improving public health and the environment.