Michigan building markets for climate-smart grains

Michigan building markets for climate-smart grains

Michigan farmers can still enroll in the state’s climate-smart commodity grant program focused on establishing markets for food-grade grains.

Star of the West Sustainability Director Lisa Woodke tells Brownfield 25,000 acres of wheat, dry beans, and food-grade oats and soybeans are eligible for the five-year project.

“Part of the grant is sharing the data on these fields with these specific crops, and then part of the grant is receiving a soil health assessment,” she explains.

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