North Dakota, along with three other states, will take part in a pilot program called the Alliance to Advance Climate-Smart Agriculture. The program offers farmers $100 per acre or animal unit through a USDA grant. The purpose of the grant is to encourage conservation practices while improving access for producers. The three-year program has an annual payout capping at $16,000 per farmer for up to 160 acres or animal units.
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