Local Foods, Local Places
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Local Foods, Local Places provides direct technical
assistance to communities to boost economic opportunities
for local farmers and businesses, improve access to
healthy local food, and promote wellness.
Selected communities will receive planning assistance
that centers around a 2-day community workshop. At the
workshop, a team of experts will help community members
develop an action plan that promotes local food and
Local Foods, Local Places communities will:
- Create livable, walkable, economically vibrant main
streets and mixed-use neighborhoods
- Boost economic opportunities for local farmers and
main street businesses
- Improve access to healthy, local food, especially
among disadvantaged populations
Eligible applicants include local governments, tribes,
and nonprofit institutions and organizations proposing to
work in a neighborhood, town, or city of any size
anywhere in the United States.
Amount of funding
This program will provide technical assistance in the
form of a 2-day community workshop.
Community and economic development · Food security and nutrition · Networking and collaboration · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention
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