FARMER Program District Contacts
The FARMER Program provides incentive funds to replace agricultural equipment with the cleanest available technologies. Eligible projects include off-road agricultural equipment, heavy-duty trucks used in agricultural operations, agricultural utility terrain vehicles (UTV), and stationary agricultural pump engines. The FARMER Program provides criteria pollutant, toxic air contaminant, and greenhouse gas emission reductions, which are necessary to help meet air quality and climate change goals.
The California Air Resources Board sets the minimum requirements for the FARMER Program, while local air districts handle the day-to-day implementation by soliciting project applications, selecting projects, and entering into contracts to fund new vehicles and equipment.
For more information on the FARMER Program, please contact your local air district. If you are not sure which air district to contact, please use the Air District Look Up Database.