A project of the Cornell Institute for Climate Smart Solutions (CICSS), the Climate Smart Farming program is a voluntary initiative that helps farmers in New York and the Northeastern US to:

  • Increase agricultural productivity and farming incomes sustainably
  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural production through adoption of best management practices, and increased energy efficiency and use of renewable energy
  • Increase farm resiliency to extreme weather and climate variability through adoption of best management practices for climate change adaptation

More info about the the Climate Smart Farming program, including the latest resources, can be found on the CSF website: http://climatesmartfarming.org

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