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Producers in the county of Vermillion River are invited to attend an information meeting featuring the On-Farm Climate Action Fund for local producers.

County of Vermillion River is teaming up with our county partners to bring regional On-Farm Climate Action Fund information sessions to local producers across Central Alberta.

Join us and other producers to learn how you can access up to $75,000 to implement beneficial management practices in rotational grazing, cover cropping and nitrogen management.

The program provides financial support to producers to accelerate their adoption and implementation of on-farm Beneficial Management Practices (BMPs) to lower Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions, support production efficiency, sustainability and resiliency on their farm operations. To assist producers with their adoption of new BMPs, the program offers producers resources to support BMP implementation and provide BMP design recommendations.

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