Conservation practices can earn money for North Dakota farmers

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(Jamestown, ND)  --  Applications are being accepted for a pilot program that compensates farmers and ranchers for adopting climate-smart conservation practices on their land.  

They can earn 100-dollars an acre or animal unit from the Alliance to Advance Climate-Smart Agriculture.  

Only four states including North Dakota, Minnesota, Arkansas and Virginia are a part of this pilot program.  

More information and applications are available at:  Alliance For CSA-dot-org.