Marina Ngoma presents the results of a project evaluating the impact of a large-scale agricultural program on agricultural production and environmental quality. Starting in 2007, India launched the National Food Security Mission (NFSM), a nationwide program that supports demonstrations of improved seed varieties, distribution of subsidized seeds, and minor infrastructure projects, such as irrigation facilities. Using regression discontinuity methods, researchers investigate whether the government agricultural investment had impacts on staple food production and environmental quality.