CDFA Healthy Soils Program (HSP) provides financial incentives to California growers and ranchers to implement conservation management practices that sequester carbon, reduce atmospheric greenhouse gases (GHGs), and improve soil health. The RCDTC provides Technical Assistance for project proposal development and grant applications.
Eligible practices include:
- Composting and mulching
- Filter strips
- Cover crops
- Reduced tillage
- Range and riparian planting
- Whole orchard recycling
- and many more...
NEW: A Technical Assistance Workshop for both the CDFA's HSP and SWEEP will be held Friday, January 5, 2024 from 9a.m. - 11a.m. at the Red Bluff Community Center (1500 S. Jackson St. Red Bluff, CA 96080). Save your seat by Wednesday, January 3rd. Call the RCDTC at (530) 727-1280 x2 or email Agriculture_at_tehamacountyrcd.org.
Book your free, local one-on-one consultation with the RCDTC, now. For other inquiries contact the RCDTC's Ag team at Agriculture_at_tehamacountyrcd.org or by calling (530) 727-1280 x2.
HSP program details can be found on the CDFA website.