Farmers and ranchers can receive up to $25,000 to implement practices that build healthy soils while reducing atmospheric greenhouse gases.
Restore California is a new public-private collaboration to scale carbon farming and complement the State's Healthy Soils Program. The effort is led by Zero Foodprint (ZFP), which is the 2020 recipient of the James Beard Award for Humanitarian of the Year. Many of the best chefs in CA and around the world are leading a table-to-farm movement to provide funding to help farmers implement regenerative practices. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis but ZFP is seeking applications by August 31st for a specific timebound funding opportunity.
You can read more about the grant and start your application clicking here.*
*NOTE: The deadline provided in the website is from the previous cycle. Applications are still being accepted on a rolling basis. If you’re interested in applying, we suggest applying today!