Malik Patterson, KTVY-tv, April 17th 2022
Jackson County, Ore. — The Oregon Department of Agriculture is helping develop an application for the United States Department of Agriculture Partnerships for Climate-Smart Commodities. The financial resources this application will bring is geared towards supporting farmers who want to use healthier soil and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
“There are a lot of farmers in Southern Oregon who want to be part of the solution to climate change, and who also need to be more resilient to drought and other extreme weather events,” said Megan Kemple, Co- Director for Oregon Climate and Agriculture Network.
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