State Partners

The Alliance is open to farmers and ranchers in Arkansas, Minnesota, North Dakota, and Virginia. Select a state below to find out more!

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State Partners

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Minnesota

Currently recruiting counties to participate.  Request for Proposals ends March 11th, 2024.

North Dakota

Now accepting applications!  Apply between February 21st – March 21st, 2024.

Virginia

Now accepting applications!  Apply between February 20th – March 20th, 2024.

Our partners were selected based on their rich histories of working with producers and landowners.  These organizations work directly with producers to help promote and implement climate-smart practices and commodities, as well as collaborate with the private sector to strengthen programs that engage producers in their supply chains.  Our partners have been working with producers and landowners for a combined 150 years.

Arkansas Department of Agriculture, the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources, the North Dakota Farmers Union, and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.  Each state lead will be responsible for selecting the participating soil and water conservation districts within their respective state.

More details will be announced soon.  To find out more, please sign up for our newsletter.

Supporting partners will assist the state leads with recruiting producers into the program, including outreach to reach historically underserved farmers and ranchers.

Arkansas Rice Federation, Agricultural Council of ArkansasNational Black Growers CouncilMinnesota Soil Health CoalitionMinnesota Farmers UnionMinnesota State Cattlemen’s Association, Virginia Cooperative Extension at Virginia Tech and the Small Farmer Outreach Program at Virginia State University.

Our partners were selected based on their rich histories of working with producers and landowners.  These organizations work directly with producers to help promote and implement climate-smart practices and commodities, as well as collaborate with the private sector to strengthen programs that engage producers in their supply chains.  Our partners have been working with producers and landowners for a combined 150 years.

Arkansas Department of Agriculture, the Minnesota Board of Water and Soil Resources, the North Dakota Farmers Union, and the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation.  Each state lead will be responsible for selecting the participating soil and water conservation districts within their respective state.  More details will be announced soon.  To find out more, please email us and sign up for our newsletter.

Supporting partners will assist the state leads with recruiting producers into the program, including outreach to reach historically underserved farmers and ranchers.

Arkansas Rice FederationAgricultural Council of ArkansasNational Black Growers CouncilMinnesota Soil Health CoalitionMinnesota Farmers UnionMinnesota State Cattlemen’s Association, Virginia Cooperative Extension at Virginia Tech and the Small Farmer Outreach Program at Virginia State University.