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TA for USDA-AMS BIPOC COMMUNITIES
USDA AMS FMLFPP and RFSP Grant Outreach and Technical Assistance– BIPOC, Rural and Other Underserved Communities
USDA Agricultural Marketing Service has partnered with 11 organizations to provide FMLFPP and RFSP outreach and technical assistance with a focus on BIPOC, rural, and other historically underrepresented grant applicants.
These organizations are:
Farms to Grow, Inc.
Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
North Carolina A&T State University
Farmers Market Coalition
CSA Innovation Network
Local Catch Network
Niche Meat Processor Assistance Network
The Food Corridor
Farm to Institution New England
These partners will provide a variety of support including; outreach webinars, office hours for one-on-one assistance, and resource sharing to the targeted BIPOC communities.
Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP): June 21
Local Food Promotion Program (LMPP): June 21
Regional Food System Partnerships (RFSP): July 6
Farms to Grow, Inc. will provide one-on-one assistance to discuss your proposal ideas, review pre-applications, and review applications. There will also be opportunities to join webinars to receive additional details. Contact Farms to Grow, Inc to receive assistance with the grant application process by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org,
Include in the Subject Line: TA FMLMPP/RFSP.
We are outreaching for BIPOC who would like to serve as peer reviewers. If you or someone you know is interested in this opportunity and would like to become a peer grant reviewer email: email@example.com.
Include in the Subject Line: Peer Review FMLMPP/RFSP
Farms to Grow, Inc. will focus on supporting BIPOC, Black food cooperatives, collectives, alliances, food hubs, and networks. Telephone Farms to Grow, Inc directly for more information or to receive assistance with the grant application process at: 510-379-8600 or 513-510-6535
LINKS to RFPs: