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2013 Community Food Project Grantees

  • Inyo Mono Advocates for Community Action, Bishop, Calif., $23,760, Eastern Sierra Food Expansion and Sustainable Plan
  • The Health Trust, Campbell, Calif., $300,000, Neighborhood Produce Access Points
  • Food Bank Coalition of San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo, Calif., $299,940, SLO County Produce Project
  • Revision International, Denver, Colo., $299,678, Westwood Food Cooperative: Urban Farms, Food Hub, and Marketplace
  • Green Scheme, Washington, D.C., $114,765, Collaborating with D.C. Ward 7 Residents and Local Stakeholders
  • Mountain States Group, Boise, Idaho, $209,435, Idaho Refugee Community Food Project
  • Angelic Organics Learning Center, Caledonia, Ill., $300,000, Rockford Urban Training Farm and Enterprise Center
  • Growing Power, Inc., Chicago, Ill., $300,000, Accelerating the Next Generation of Urban and Local Food Entrepreneurs
  • Illinois Stewardship Alliance, Springfield, Ill., $25,000, Building a Healthy Community and Improving Economic Self-Sufficiency: Planning for Urban Agriculture in Springfield, Illinois
  • Community Farm Alliance, Frankfort, Ky., $25,000, Building a Grassroots-driven Food Collaborative in Kentucky
  • United Way of Greater Portland, Portland, Maine, $25,000, Collective Impact to Increase Food Security in Cumberland County
  • Land Stewardship Project, Minneapolis, Minn., $24,924, Planning for Healthy Food, Strong Community and Infrastructure
  • Mississippians Engaged in Greener Agriculture, Shelby, Miss., $300,000, Delta Fresh: Building Hope & Healthy Communities in the Delta
  • Community Action Agency of St. Louis, St. Louis, Mo., $298,759, Community Farm: Increasing Produce Access, sustainable Through Market Sales
  • Cypress Hills Development, Brooklyn, N.Y., $299,993, Cypress Hills Agriculture and Neighborhood Gardening Expansion Project
  • Grassroots Gardens of Buffalo, Buffalo, N.Y., $299,911, The Buffalo neighborhood Food Project
  • Journey’s End Refuge Services, Buffalo, N.Y., $25,000, Community Food Planning Project: Resettled Refugees and Buffalo Local Food Systems
  • Gardenshare, Inc., Canton, N.Y., $10,961, St. Lawrence County Food Policy Council Planning Program
  • Northeast Community Council, Millerton, N.Y., $25,000, NE Duchesse Food Security Assessment and Planning Project
  • Greenmarket, New York, N.Y., $268,601, Connecting Central Brooklyn Communities with Affordable Local Food
  • Bittersweet, Inc., Whitehouse, Ohio, $116,131, Expansion of the Horticulture Program
  • Youngstown Neighborhood Development Corporation, Youngstown, Ohio, $296,816, Growing New Food Entrepreneurs in Youngstown
  • Adelante Mujeres, Forest Grove, Ore., $246,368, Community in Action: Increasing Access for Low-Income Latino Famers
  • Common Market Philadelphia, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa., $300,000, Common Place Food Hub: Restoring Urban & Rural Vitality
  • Rural Resources, Inc., Greeneville, Tenn., $299,958, Casseroles Building Community, with Schools, Teens, Public Housing Residents
  • Friends of the Farmers Market, Inc., Blacksburg, Va., $25,000, Montgomery County Farm to Community Planning Project: Assessing Need