On Wednesday, September 14, the USDA announced it will be awarding Pasa Sustainable Agriculture a Partnership for Climate Smart Commodities grant. Learn more and get updates.

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On Wednesday, September 13, USDA announced that Pasa Sustainable Agriculture has been awarded a USDA Partnerships for Climate Smart Commodities grant with an approximate funding ceiling of $55,000,000 to bring together 20 farming and agroforestry organizations serving over 20,000 small to mid-scale and underserved farmers who are uniquely impacted by climate change.

The project will include soil health and financial benchmark community science projects; peer-to-peer learning and support; expanded implementation of climate-smart practices; carbon benefits calculation and verification; and income stream innovations that result in increased sales from farms and forest lands that use and promote climate-smart practices.

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