The IERCD Sustainable Agriculture team is committed to supporting conservation practices in the Inland Empire’s agricultural community. Our programs seek to build healthier soil, strengthen agricultural businesses while conserving natural resources, support spaces for gardening, and increase public awareness of the importance of prioritizing and preserving sustainable agriculture. Please click the images below to learn more about our programs.
Community Gardens and Urban Farms are excellent opportunities to implement regenerative agriculture and offer direct community benefits. Whether you are new to gardening or have had many seasons in the soil, we are committed to supporting your project or helping you plant an idea of how to start your project.
Learn about how NRCS partners with IERCD to help fincancial and technical asssistance to farmers here.
Through this program, direct relief funds will be available to support small and socially disadvantaged producers recovering from drought impacts, such as increased water costs and crop loss due to water availability. Learn more here.
Are you interested in learning more about our programs, resources, and opportunities to support the agricultural community? Fill out form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible!
Please note: our programs are not available to backyard farmers/gardeners at this time.
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