MoSoy Partners With Mizzou To Promote Regenerative Ag Practices

Grant opportunities are available for Missouri farmers interested in adopting regenerative agriculture practices on their pastures.  Signups are open for three programs through the University of Missouri’s Center for Regenerative Agriculture.  Participating farmers will have the option to receive guidance from qualified groups including Missouri Soybeans.  Brady Lichtenberg is the manager of Missouri Soybeans’ conservation programs.

Another program with active signups deals with nutrient management.

Payments to accepted farmers vary from $20 to $250 per acre.  Deadlines and additional program information are available on the Center for Regenerative Agriculture website.