The $200-million program is an initiative to help farmers tackle climate change.
The objective of the Fund is to support farmers in adopting beneficial management practices that store carbon and reduce greenhouse gases.
The program specifically focuses in on nitrogen management, cover cropping and rotational grazing practices.
The second round of funding applications for the On-Farm Climate Action Fund open on February 13th.
The Canadian Forage and Grassland Association is working solely on supporting the rotational grazing practices stream in Alberta, British Columbia, Quebec and Saskatchewan provinces. Source : Pembinavalley online