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AFT is one of the first US Climate Alliance Impact Partners and will assist Alliance states in developing effective policies and programs to sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gases on agricultural lands while improving farm resiliency and productivity. This will ensure that agriculture realizes its potential as an essential and significant element of state plans to combat climate change. AFT will provide the following assistance: identify and prioritize additional agriculture pathways and develop national level agriculture practice menu; conduct a comparative state policy assessment and produce a policy toolkit for agricultural lands; use AFT’s 2018 Farms Under Threat analysis, mapping and projections to estimate carbon sequestration potential on ag lands; and convene agricultural and conservation experts in key Alliance states to gather and share knowledge.

Contact: Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Climate Initiative Director / jmoorekucera@farmland.org

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  American Farmland Trust  <head><title>502 Bad Gateway</title></head>  </body>  <body>   AFT is one of the first US Climate Alliance Impact Partners and will assist Alliance states in developing effective policies and programs to sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gases on agricultural lands while improving farm resiliency and productivity. This will ensure that agriculture realizes its potential as an essential and significant element of state plans to combat climate change. AFT will provide the following assistance: identify and prioritize additional agriculture pathways and develop national level agriculture practice menu; conduct a comparative state policy assessment and produce a policy toolkit for agricultural lands; use AFT’s 2018  Farms Under Threat  analysis, mapping and projections to estimate carbon sequestration potential on ag lands; and convene agricultural and conservation experts in key Alliance states to gather and share knowledge.   Contact:  Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Climate Initiative Director /  jmoorekucera@farmland.org

AFT is one of the first US Climate Alliance Impact Partners and will assist Alliance states in developing effective policies and programs to sequester carbon and reduce greenhouse gases on agricultural lands while improving farm resiliency and productivity. This will ensure that agriculture realizes its potential as an essential and significant element of state plans to combat climate change. AFT will provide the following assistance: identify and prioritize additional agriculture pathways and develop national level agriculture practice menu; conduct a comparative state policy assessment and produce a policy toolkit for agricultural lands; use AFT’s 2018 Farms Under Threat analysis, mapping and projections to estimate carbon sequestration potential on ag lands; and convene agricultural and conservation experts in key Alliance states to gather and share knowledge.

Contact: Jennifer Moore-Kucera, Climate Initiative Director / jmoorekucera@farmland.org

C-AGG's trusted multi-stakeholder forum offers opportunities to constructively engage the agricultural sector and the agricultural value chain to actively participate and support the work of the US Climate Alliance Impact Partnership for Natural and Working Lands. Agricultural sector participation in the development of policies and programs targeted at the sector can ensure local relevance, achieve necessary political buy-in and adoption, and help to scale impacts more quickly. With innovative tools and opportunities, farmers and ranchers can combat climate change while continuing to become more efficient, productive and sustainable—and more profitable. C-AGG also supports this work by serving as a co-chair of the USCA Impact Partnership for Natural & Working Lands.

Contact: Debbie Reed, Executive Director / debbie@c-agg.org

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 Founded in 2009,  C-AGG  is the leading US multi-stakeholder organization focused on creating voluntary, market-based and incentive-based sustainable agriculture and climate change solutions for farmers, ranchers and society. Our collaborative forum catalyzes change by overcoming challenges and sharing successes to build consensus and promote development of science-based policies, programs, tools and methodologies and decision support systems.  C-AGG's trusted multi-stakeholder forum offers opportunities to constructively engage the agricultural sector and the agricultural value chain to actively participate and support the work of the US Climate Alliance Impact Partnership for Natural and Working Lands. Agricultural sector participation in the development of policies and programs targeted at the sector can ensure local relevance, achieve necessary political buy-in and adoption, and help to scale impacts more quickly.     With innovative tools and opportunities, farmers and ranchers can combat climate change while continuing to become more efficient, productive and sustainable—and more profitable. C-AGG also supports this work by serving as a co-chair of the USCA Impact Partnership for Natural & Working Lands.   Contact : Debbie Reed, Executive Director /  debbie@c-agg.org

Contact: Tim Sullivan, Climate Director, North American Region, tim_sullivan@tnc.org

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  The Nature Conservancy  is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions to our world's toughest challenges so that nature and people can thrive together. We are tackling climate change, conserving lands, waters and oceans at an unprecedented scale, providing food and water sustainably and helping make cities more sustainable. Working in 72 countries, we use a collaborative approach that engages local communities, governments, the private sector, and other partners.   Contact:  Tim Sullivan, Climate Director, North American Region,  tim_sullivan@tnc.org