COVID-19 FARMER SUPPORT GRANT
AUA, FLO & Slow Food Chicago are excited to announce a second round of COVID-19 Farmer Support Grants. These are grants of $1,000 (community gardens), $2,500 (farm businesses), or $10,000 (collaborative projects) available to Illinois farm businesses serving Chicagoland communities and Chicagoland community gardens who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and are in need of immediate financial support for one or more of the following:
Emergency Food Response | Farm Supplies | Farmer Income Support | Food Safety Initiatives | Labor Support | Market Adaptation
AUA & FLO will be releasing more information soon about a larger capacity-building grant opportunity that will be available to Chicagoland Farm Businesses
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