Chile: CNR and irrigators advance in the pilot phase of the Project Bank for small agriculture in the Chalinga Valley

Regulation & Compliances
Innovation & Technology
Published Feb 28, 2024

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The National Irrigation Commission (CNR) has met with farmers in the Chalinga Valley to discuss the Small Agriculture Program's Project Bank Pilot Plan. The initiative, which aims to promote fair and sustainable irrigation, will benefit over a hundred agricultural families in Chalinga, Ñuble, and Chiloé. Farmers will be able to submit their projects to the 2021-2024 contest of the Small Agriculture Program of the Irrigation Law, with the CNR providing information and support during the project construction phase.
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Representatives of the National Irrigation Commission (CNR) met with farmers from the Chalinga Valley, beneficiaries of the Pilot Plan of the Project Bank of the Small Agriculture Program, with the purpose of publicizing the stages of its implementation, presenting the consultants who will apply their projects for the Irrigation Law bonus and jointly advance this initiative, which seeks to promote the development of fair and sustainable irrigation. The meeting contributed to giving a significant boost to promote the participation and commitment of farmers, who will be able to apply their projects to the 201-2024 contest of the Small Agriculture Program of the Irrigation Law. In this regard, the technical advisor of the Chalinga River Surveillance Board, Wenceslao Layana, pointed out that “our organization hopes to be a facilitator so that farmers can continue submitting projects to the Irrigation Law,” which strengthens the collaborative relationship. with the CNR. The initiative, ...
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