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Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project.
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate types of projects, conserving existing grasslands OR establishing new grasslands.

Conservation grassland projects under the Nature Smart program are anchored on an existing grassland – they represent protection and enhancement of the grassland to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

Projects to support new grassland under the Nature Smart program pertain to the establishment of a grassland on agricultural land where there are currently no grasses.

A single project cannot include both conservation of existing grassland and restoration or new grasslands – these would be separate projects. Grasslands directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, and contribute to biodiversity.

Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project.
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate types of projects, conserving existing grasslands OR establishing new grasslands.

Conservation grassland projects under the Nature Smart program are anchored on an existing grassland – they represent protection and enhancement of the grassland to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

Projects to support new grassland under the Nature Smart program pertain to the establishment of a grassland on agricultural land where there are currently no grasses.

A single project cannot include both conservation of existing grassland and restoration or new grasslands – these would be separate projects. Grasslands directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, and contribute to biodiversity.

Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project.
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate project categories, conserving existing riparian area or establishing new riparian area.

Existing riparian area under the Nature Smart program pertains to conserving, protecting, and enhancing existing riparian area to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

New riparian area under the Nature Smart program concerns the establishment of a new riparian area on agricultural land where there is currently no riparian habitat.

Riparian areas are immediately adjacent to a stream or other waterbody; they are the transitional areas between upland soils and bodies of water. These areas can include ravine slopes, banks, floodplains, and the ecosystems found in them. These areas directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, improve water quality, and contribute to biodiversity.

Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project.
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate project categories, conserving existing riparian area or establishing new riparian area.

Existing riparian area under the Nature Smart program pertains to conserving, protecting, and enhancing existing riparian area to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

New riparian area under the Nature Smart program concerns the establishment of a new riparian area on agricultural land where there is currently no riparian habitat.

Riparian areas are immediately adjacent to a stream or other waterbody; they are the transitional areas between upland soils and bodies of water. These areas can include ravine slopes, banks, floodplains, and the ecosystems found in them. These areas directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, improve water quality, and contribute to biodiversity.

Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate project categories: conserving existing wetland projects or establishing new wetland projects.

Existing wetland projects under the Nature Smart program pertain to conserving, protecting, and enhancing existing wetlands to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

New wetland projects under the Nature Smart program concern the establishment of a new wetland on agricultural land where there is currently no wetland (e.g., drained, used for other purposes).

Wetlands directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, improve water quality, and contribute to biodiversity.

Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program

Cost–share funding percentage is determined by selection of a competitive bid submitted by the applicant, up to a maximum cost–share payment of $40,000 per project
Not Accepting Applications
Funding through the Nature Smart Climate Readiness Program (NSCRP, or “Nature Smart”) supports two separate project categories: conserving existing wetland projects or establishing new wetland projects.

Existing wetland projects under the Nature Smart program pertain to conserving, protecting, and enhancing existing wetlands to maintain and increase carbon storage and sequestration.

New wetland projects under the Nature Smart program concern the establishment of a new wetland on agricultural land where there is currently no wetland (e.g., drained, used for other purposes).

Wetlands directly support nature–based solutions to store and capture carbon, mitigate the impacts of climate change, improve water quality, and contribute to biodiversity.