Kentucky Farmers Can Apply to Participate in Climate-Smart Farming and Marketing Project

The Organic Association of Kentucky (OAK) announced that it is accepting applications from farmers to participate in the Climate Smart Project. Farms that are selected to participate will receive technical assistance, soil testing, and incentive payments. Eligible farms can be small and diversified, large operations, or anything in between. The project has a particular emphasis on enrolling historically underserved farms, small farms, and farms using organic practices. Farms must have commercial operations and currently be selling farm-grown or raised products. OAK has a goal of enrolling 75 farms each year, and farms can stay enrolled for multiple years.