A new program, aiming to reduce air pollution, will make $20 million available to California farmers to update equipment to meet current air emission standards, according to The Fresno Bee.

The California Air Quality Enhancement Program is run by the Natural Resources Conservation Service as part of a new air quality provision of the 2008 Farm Bill's Environmental Quality Incentives Program.

The program will allow agricultural producers to apply for money to help pay to replace, repower or retrofit existing combustion engines.

To learn more, visit the NRCS Web site.