Cost-Share Assistance for High Tunnel Replacement Plastic

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For small farmers facing the economic strain of replacing plastic on greenhouses or high tunnels, good news is in sight. The WNC energyCAP AgEnergy Program is now offering 25% cost-share assistance funds in 30 counties in Western North Carolina for high tunnel & greenhouse replacement plastic. Applications are currently being accepted on a rolling basis.

Eligibility requirements: Plastic is more than 4 years old, degraded, and/or damaged; plastic is damaged from a weather event; high tunnel/greenhouse must be in production; farm is located in 30 far WNC counties; multiple structures are eligible. Cost-share funds are also available for solar PV, insulation, and lighting upgrades, and other renewable and energy efficiency projects. Visit the energyCAP website for more information.

Contact: Christina Newhouse
Email: christina@energycap.org
Phone: 828-361-2266