The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is seeking public comments on the new Alternative Manure Management (AMMP) program. The first program of its kind, AMMP will provide up to $750,000 for dairy manure management projects that reduce methane emissions. Eligible project types include pasture-based management, solid separation and flush to scrape (including new manure storage to reduce methane emissions).
You can find CalCAN’s comments here.
Comments are due August 2nd. Click here for more information from CDFA.