New Family Farm

New Family Farm in Sebastopol, Ca received a $3,500 grant to purchase a new manure spreader, to more efficiently fertilize the soil.

The Pie Patch Farm

The Pie Patch Farm in Chicago, IL received a $3,033 grant to install a drip­ irrigation system, plants for pollinator hedgerows, and seeds for living mulch that will help soil retain moisture.

South Central Farmers’ Cooperative

South Central Farmers’ Cooperative in Buttonwillow, CA, grows vegetable crops for low-income residents of the Los Angeles area. It received a $5,000 grant to improve soil health on 30 acres of [...]

Chocolates and Tomatoes

Chocolates and Tomatoes Farm in Poolesville, MD received a $4,925 grant to plant two acres of permanent pollinator habitat, establish erosion­reducing terracing on a quarter­acre of ground with [...]

Happy Acre Farm

Happy Acre Farm in Sunol, CA received a $4,868 grant to create habitat for beneficial insects, increase the health of their soil by applying organic cover crops and compost, and implement [...]

Milk and Honey Meadows Farm

Milk and Honey Meadows Farm is an 18­ acre family farm in Lakewood, NJ, that raises dairy goats, sheep, and organic vegetables. It received a $4,363 grant to expand its apiary by six hives, [...]

Berean Hill Farm

Berean Hill Farm in Sparks Glencoe, MD, which grows sustainable vegetables, flowers, and herbs, received a $3,512 grant to install solar­ powered and drip ­irrigation systems across the farm.

Chicago Lights Urban Farm

Chicago Lights Urban Farm in Chicago, IL received $5,000 grant to install solar panels on their greenhouse, which is used for early seeding, year ­round production, education programs, and [...]

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