Governor Cuomo Announces $2 Million Available to Reduce Impact of Climate Change on Agriculture

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Third Round of Grant Program to Help Farms Reduce Environmental Impact and Better Prepare for and Recover After Severe Weather Events

A Total of $2.9 Million Provided Through the Program to 37 Farms Since 2015

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $2 million is available through round three of the Climate Resilient Farming grant program to help farms reduce their operational impact on the environment and better prepare for, and recover even stronger after, severe weather events. Since the launch of the program in 2015, a total of $2.9 million has been provided to 37 farms across the State to implement critical projects that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, promote energy savings, mitigate water and soil quality concerns, and increase on-farm resiliency to climate change.

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