Value-Added Producer Grant program for prospective applicants and groups that work with farmers and ranchers.

What: Value Added Producer Grant Program Outreach

When: May 6, 2:00-3:30pm EST

Where: www.ReadyTalk.com

The webinar will cover program and funding history, an overview of the program, information about eligibility, application requirements, the evaluation and scoring criteria, examples of funded projects and plenty of time for nitty gritty questions.

NSAC’s “Farmers’ Guide to Applying for the Value-Added Producer Grant Program – Fiscal Year 2016” is now updated and available online. And if you are looking for additional info on this spring’s RFA and the program check out NSAC’s recent blog. 

(FYI, The Michael Fields Agricultural Institute that brings you Grants Advising is an active member of the NSAC, as well as NSAC’s work regarding the VAPG.)

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VAPG Webinar May 6th

The National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition (NSAC) is partnering with USDA Rural Development to hold a webinar on the Value-Added Producer Grant program for prospective applicants and groups that work with farmers and ranchers.

What: Value Added Producer Grant Program Outreach

When: May 6, 2:00-3:30pm EST

Where: www.ReadyTalk.com

  • Use the link above and the following ID/Passcode to login and join the webinar on May 6.
  • Conference ID/Passcode: 9268341
  • Participants will need to use their computer’s audio and the “Chat” feature instead of phone lines. There will not be a phone dial in option.

The webinar will cover program and funding history, an overview of the program, information about eligibility, application requirements, the evaluation and scoring criteria, examples of funded projects and plenty of time for nitty gritty questions.

NSAC’s “Farmers’ Guide to Applying for the Value-Added Producer Grant Program – Fiscal Year 2016” is now updated and available online. And if you are looking for additional info on this spring’s RFA and the program check out NSAC’s recent blog. 

(FYI, The Michael Fields Agricultural Institute that brings you Grants Advising is an active member of the NSAC, as well as NSAC’s work regarding the VAPG.)