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Patrick Leahy Farm to School Grant Program Awards

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PDF Icon FY2023 Awardees (761.27 KB)
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PDF Icon FY2021 Awardees (435.86 KB)
PDF Icon FY2020 Awardees (427.14 KB)
PDF Icon FY2019 Awardees (374.76 KB)
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PDF Icon FY2016 Awardees (522.88 KB)
PDF Icon FY2015 Awardees (279.57 KB)
PDF Icon FY2014 Awardees (245.78 KB)
PDF Icon FY2013 Awardees (286.95 KB)

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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.

Grantees include schools and districts (large and small, rural and urban), Indian tribal organizations, agricultural producers or groups of agricultural producers, non-profit entities, and state and local agencies.

Read our press releases and list of awardees to learn about the projects that USDA has funded through the Farm to School grant program.

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List of Awardees (PDF)
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Farm to School Grant Reports

These reports summarize findings from an analysis of select data from farm to school projects funded by USDA’s Farm to School grant program during fiscal years 2013-18. All 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands have received at least one award.

 

Hungry for more farm to school?

For more information and to sign up for the Dirt, the e-letter from the Patrick Leahy Farm to School Program, visit www.fns.usda.gov/f2s/e-letter-archive.

Page updated: July 21, 2023