Capitol Corridor
University of California
Capitol Corridor

Climate Smart Agriculture Program

What is Climate Smart Agriculture?

Climate Smart Agriculture addresses the risk that the agriculturial industry faces due to changing climate conditions. It encompasses management practices that increase soil carbon, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, improve on-farm efficiencies, and promote sustainable land practices. 



Current Opportunities

The University of California Cooperative Extension is pleased to partner with the California Department of Food and Agriculture to provide technical assistance in applying for the Climate Smart Agriculture Incentives Programs.

The opportunities currently available through the Climate Smart Agriculture Program are:


To learn more about the state-wide Climate Smart Agriculture Program please visit our website.


Need Help?


UC Cooperative Extension Capitol Corridor's Climate Smart Agriculture Program Specialist, Emily Lovell, will be working to provide technical assistance to growers in Sacramento, Solano, and Yolo counties who are interested in applying for these incentives programs.

If you would like more information about these programs please contact Emily at (530) 405-7779 or


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