Carbon farming and other agricultural resilience projects in Marin and Sonoma Counties will receive as much as $10 million over five years from the United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Service. The N.R.C.S.’s Partnership for Climate-Smart Commodities, which awarded $2.8 billion to 70 projects in 30 states, requires matching funds from . . .

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