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On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $20,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to undertake a new practiceA new practice is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres included in the application. For example, if you have never used cover crops on a field and wish to plant cover crops for the first time.on their farm to support the planting or intercropping of cover crops left undisturbed over the winter (i.e., the crop cannot be chemically or physically terminated in the fall or winter). A new practice is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres being applied for, and can include planting cover crops to be left over-winter either for the first-time or where they have previously been terminated or harvested in the fall. If a cover crop being applied for is to be harvested or grazed, a minimum of 6 inches of growth must be left undisturbed over winter (November to March). Approved projects must result in a planted cover crop in 2023.

On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $20,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to undertake a new practiceA new practice is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres included in the application. For example, if you have never used cover crops on a field and wish to plant cover crops for the first time.on their farm to support the planting or intercropping of cover crops left undisturbed over the winter (i.e., the crop cannot be chemically or physically terminated in the fall or winter). A new practice is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres being applied for, and can include planting cover crops to be left over-winter either for the first-time or where they have previously been terminated or harvested in the fall. If a cover crop being applied for is to be harvested or grazed, a minimum of 6 inches of growth must be left undisturbed over winter (November to March). Approved projects must result in a planted cover crop in 2023.

On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $30,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to implement a practice that is new to the acres being applied for, within their field-based nitrogen management activities. A new practice that is new to the acres being applied for is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres included in the application. For example, if you have side-dressed nitrogen in the past, but now you want to side-dress with urease and nitrification inhibitors, only the application of the inhibitors would be eligible for cost-share as the new practice.

On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $30,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to implement a practice that is new to the acres being applied for, within their field-based nitrogen management activities. A new practice that is new to the acres being applied for is a practice that has not been previously implemented by the applicant on the acres included in the application. For example, if you have side-dressed nitrogen in the past, but now you want to side-dress with urease and nitrification inhibitors, only the application of the inhibitors would be eligible for cost-share as the new practice.

On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $20,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to implement fencing and livestock watering system infrastructure to establish new rotational grazing systems or expand acreage of existing systems. Rotational grazing systems must be implemented on at least 10 acres of pasture and must include at least four (4) sections (paddocks) for rotation to be considered eligible for cost-share funding.

On-Farm Climate Action Fund

65% of eligible project costs, up to a maximum cost-share payment of $20,000 per project
Upcoming
For farmers who want to implement fencing and livestock watering system infrastructure to establish new rotational grazing systems or expand acreage of existing systems. Rotational grazing systems must be implemented on at least 10 acres of pasture and must include at least four (4) sections (paddocks) for rotation to be considered eligible for cost-share funding.