Resource | Grants
Grant Awards

Designed to increase the availability of local foods in schools, USDA Farm to School grants can help farm to school programs get started or expand existing efforts. Funds support a wide range of activities from training, planning, and developing partnerships to creating new menu items, establishing supply chains, offering taste tests to children, purchasing equipment, planting school gardens, and organizing field trips to agricultural operations.

Resource | Grants
2020 Farm to School Grant Awardees

The 2020 Farm to School Grant Awardees report is a detailed summary of the projects receiving Farm to School Grants for the upcoming grant cycle.

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FDPIR Nutrition Education Grant Awards

Since 2008, FNS has been awarding funding for nutrition education projects through the Food Distribution Program Nutrition Education grants each fiscal year. Indian Tribal Organizations and state agencies that are current FDPIR allowance holders (have a direct agreement with FNS to administer FDPIR) are eligible to apply for funds to conduct projects that provide nutrition information and services to FDPIR participants.

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Team Nutrition Training Grants

Team Nutrition Training Grants offer funding to state agencies to implement innovative job-skills training programs focused on addressing identified state and local needs impacting the quality of school meals.

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Resources for Current Farm to School Grantees

The resources below will assist grantees on how to get started after receiving their award, access contact information, and successfully complete reports, evaluations, and financial documentation.

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FNS FY 2006 Request for Administrative Reviews and Training Funds

The Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act of 2004, P.L. 108-265, authorizes FNS to award $4,000,000 beginning in fiscal year (FY) 2005 and for each of the following fiscal years through FY 2009, to state agencies for administrative reviews and training of selected local educational agencies.