CDFA Healthy Soils Program Currently Accepting Applications from Agricultural Producers
DEADLINE September 19th
The California Department of Food & Agriculture's HSP Incentives Program is accepting grant applications until . The Program will provide financial incentives to California growers and ranchers for implementation of agricultural management practices that sequester carbon, reduce atmospheric GHGs, and improve soil health.
For application assistance, the Guadalupe-Coyote RCD and the Loma Prieta RCD are co-hosting a technical workshop next Tuesday (see below) for producers interested in applying for HSP funding. This workshop is offered free of charge thanks to funding provided by the CDFA. For more application assistance opportunities, please view the Application and Technical Assistance Workshop Schedule. You can also check out this Fact Sheet, courtesy of CalCAN, to learn more.
HSP Incentives Program
Application Assistance Workshop
Date: ; Time:;
Location: Old City Hall Restaurant, Gilroy, CA.
EQIP Applications Now Being Accepted!
Applications are currently being accepted by the Alameda County Conservation Partnership for projects through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), including livestock water development, cross-fencing, erosion control, cover crop, hedgerow establishment, and habitat improvements for wildlife.
EQIP provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers, who own or lease land, in order to address natural resource concerns and deliver environmental benefits on these lands.
Visit the Conservation Partnership website to learn more about EQIP and how to apply, or contact Alyson Aquino, District Conservationist, at 925-371-0154, x3866 or