Climate-Smart grant recipient Mt. Folly Enterprises shares project goals

There’s a push for farming operations to develop climate-smart practices, so USDA is awarding grants for producers to develop projects to fit that mold.

RFD-TV’s Christina Loren spoke with the CEO of recent grant winner, Mt. Folly Enterprises, to learn more about their efforts to partner with regional farms to create climate-smart beef and whole-farm carbon sequestration systems.

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