Grant applications are being accepted from eligible applicants to assist socially disadvantaged and veteran farmers and ranchers to own and operate farms and ranches. The grant will assist community-based organizations, higher education institutions and tribal entities in providing outreach and technical assistance to socially disadvantaged and veteran farmers and ranchers. Applications must be submitted by Aug. 25. Learn more.
HAFA is delighted to be a finalist in theTwins “Fans Choose” All-Star Legacy Giving grant program.
We need your help. As a finalist, we are now competing against six other top organizations for a $500,000 grant. In this final portion of the program, fans get to choose which organization should get the $500,000 grant.
Please go to the Twins “Fans Choose” website and vote for the Hmong American Farmers Association. You can vote once a day, every day until the end of the contest. Voting will begin on June 10 and will end at 4 pm on July 10. The winner of the $500,000 grant will be revealed on Monday, July 14 at Target Field.
Let your future organic farmers know. The CCOF Foundation, in collaboration with partner organizations UNFI Foundation, Driscoll’s, Organic Valley, Bradmer Foods, and National Cooperative Grocers Association will be making grants in three educational categories in 2014. Categories and requirements are:
Kindergarten through Eighth Grade:
Grants for in-classroom organic projects in California
$1,000 grants available for 10 schools
Grants for individuals to complete organic Supervised Agriculture Experience projects nationally
$1,000 grants available for 10 individuals
Vocational and Higher Education:
Grants for students to study organic agriculture nationally
$2,500 grants available for at least 10 individuals
To learn more visit the website. http://www.ccof.org/ccof/structure/ccof-foundation/future-organic-farmer-grant-fund
The Maine Grain Alliance seeks applications to award mini-grants of $200 – $1,000 to fund need-based technical assistance (TA) that will help grain-based business owners secure economic opportunities in Maine. A total of $2500 will be awarded in this round of grants.
For more information about the Maine Grain Alliance and its other programs, please visit mainegrainalliance.com. The Maine Grain Alliance is a 501c3 non-profit organization. This technical assistance grant program is made possible by a donor-advised grant program at the Maine Community Foundation.
For more information about the request for proposals email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please email completed proposals to: email@example.com. Application Deadline: August 30th 5:00 pm. Awards Announcement: September 20th.
- Farmer Award
- Connecting Communities, Farmers, and Food Award
- Wave of the Future Award
- Good Food for Health Award
Please vist our website www.glynwood.org for nomination details and to make an electronic submission. To receive nomination forms via snail mail, please contact Kim Vargo at firstname.lastname@example.org or (845) 265-3338 ext. 131. Additional information about Glynwood Center and past Harvest Award winners can also be found on our website. Nominations must be postmarked or emailed no later than July 21, 2008.
While we’re on the topic of young farmer visionaries, we want to give a big shout out to Simon Huntley, farmer/founder of Small Farm Central. Check him out. He’ll help expand your capabilites to farm the web and entice customers, new and old, with the greatest of ease.
And last but not least, for burgeoning young farmers out there in the West who are looking for funding, check out the Western Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program through Utah State University… they are offering grants for farmers, research and education, professional development, etc. For more on this visit http://wsare.usu.edu/.