CDFA accepting applications for additional technical assistance grants for Climate Smart programs

Engineer using tablet computer collect data with meteorological instrument to measure the wind speed, temperature and humidity and solar cell system on corn field background, Smart agriculture technology concept. ADOBE STOCK PHOTO

SACRAMENTO — The California Department of Food and Agriculture is making a second solicitation for technical assistance grants to support its Climate Smart Agriculture activities.

CDFA is accepting grant applications from organizations that can provide technical assistance to applicants for the state’s Climate Smart Agriculture incentive programs, which aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and provide multiple environmental benefits in agricultural operations.

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