USDA Invests Over $3 Billion in More Resilient, Climate Smart Agriculture

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is investing $3 billion to address the most pressing issues in the food system.

The funding will be focused on four key areas: drought resilience and response, animal health, relief for market disruptions, and school nutrition programs. An additional $146 million investment in research will support climate smart agriculture, with USDA funding committed to research projects in areas ranging from hemp to cellular agriculture.

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U.S. Sustainability Alliance

The U.S. Sustainability Alliance (USSA) is a group of American farmers, fishermen and foresters who have come together to explore and share our values regarding sustainable practices and conservation programs.