Training and Technical Assistance for Community Food Projects

Technical assistance for Community Food Project applicants and grantees now available from the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project!

In collaboration with our partners, the New Entry Sustainable Farming Project will provide one-on-one technical assistance and resources to organizations interested in developing project proposals for the USDA Community Food Projects Grant Program through the National Institute of Food and Agriculture. We will also offer a suite of professional development tools to current CFP grantees and gather data and report on the positive impacts that CFPs have in their communities.

To find out more and to apply for technical assistance, please visit our website at: //

Technical assistance providers include: FarmAid; The Massachusetts Farm to School ProjectCultivating Community; and the International Rescue Committee.


usda bannerThis project is supported by the Community Food Projects Competitive Grants Program of the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA Grant #2014-33800-22325.