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Will Farmers Receive Sufficient Aid in Alternatives to Eliminate Ag Burning?

On Feb. 25th, the California Air Resources Board announced January 1, 2025 as the end date to the practice of on-farm agricultural burning of woody biomass.  With limited and more costly alternatives for the disposing of retired trees and vines, how will farmers and the state collaborate to make this mandate possible?  Watch this brief video with Almond Alliance of California President Elaine Trevino as she addresses this issue, and read more about it in Pacific Nut Producer Magazine. (*Note the funding amount discussed in this interview is currently in debate and subject to change. This interview was conducted May 27th, following the Convention of the Almond Alliance of CA)
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