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Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities: First Funding Pool


Deadline passed. Most recent deadline: April 8, 2022. Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities pilot projects must focus on the on-farm, on-ranch or forest production of climate-smart commodities and associated reductions of greenhouse gas emissions and/or carbon sequestration. Proposals from $5 million to $100 million are in the first funding pool and should include large-scale pilot projects that emphasize the greenhouse gas benefits of climate-smart commodity production and include direct, meaningful benefits to a representative cross-section of production agriculture, including small and/or historically underserved producers. Learn more and apply here.

Funding Amount
$5 million to $100 million
County, city or township governments.
Special district governments.
State governments.
Small businesses.
For-profit organizations other than small businesses.
Federally recognized Native American tribal governments.
Native American tribal organizations other than Federally recognized tribal governments.
Nonprofits that have a 501(c)(3).
Nonprofits that do not have a 501(c)(3).
Private institutions of higher education.
Public and state-controlled institutions of higher education.
The primary applicant/recipient must be an entity, not an individual. Please note that agricultural producers and forest landowners will not apply for this program directly but may receive incentives through awarded projects via partner groups.