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April 21, 2022

CDFA Offers New Online Tool to Make Application Process for Climate Smart Ag Programs More Efficient

The California Department of Food and Agriculture, the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research and the Conservation Biology Institute have released a new web-based tool to provide farmers and ranchers with essential information about applications for climate smart agriculture programs.

The tool is named RePlan: Regional Conservation and Development Planning Tool, and it combines site location technology and environmental data sets to assist applicants in determining eligible soil management practices, location and analysis tools. The website features a user-friendly map for users to explore, screen and efficiently identify regions for analysis, comparison and reporting.

RePlan developers created functionality intended for two CDFA programs: The Healthy Soils Program and the Alternative Manure Management Program.