No pre-defined funding range

Working Lands Climate Corps

The Working Lands Climate Corps will provide technical training and career pathway opportunities for young people, helping them deliver economic benefits through climate-smart agriculture solutions for farmers and ranchers across the country, now and in the future. The Working Lands Climate Corps is part of the American Climate Corps, a workforce training and service initiative that is working to ensure more young people have access to the skills-based training needed for good paying careers in the clean energy and climate resilience economy.

Additional Information:
Eligible organizations may apply to host one or several WLCC members. Awarded organizations will work collaboratively with state and/or county-level NRCS staff to facilitate and track the climate work of WLCC members. This project aims to engage at least 100 Working Lands Climate Corps members with host organizations across the country. Requested projects should begin no later than September 30, 2024.
Funding Agencies: AmeriCorps, National Association of Conservation Districts, USDA
Match Requirement: No match required. Host organizations are highly encouraged to provide a living allowance/training stipend of at least $15/hour.
Land Use
Environmental Justice
Community Engagement
Open Resource

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