A chunk of change for changes in Canadian agriculture — will you apply?

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The federal government rolled out its 2022 budget this week, and in it are several programs for agriculture, including funding for research, adaptation, carbon sequestration and more.

One of those programs, the On-Farm Climate Action Fund, received a major cash boost, from just under $200 million to $469.5 million over six years, starting in 2022-23.

Announced last year, the fund will support projects focused on rotational grazing management, fertilizer emissions reduction, and cover crop adoption.

We want to know — will you apply?

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