This webpage lists descriptions and links for national as well as several state-specific funding opportunities for Farm to School and school garden projects and programs.
Farm Aid has a webpage listing funding opportunities for family farmers. The guide also includes grants for rural development, public health and nutrition, community food security, agriculture and the green economy, and research.
This online resource describes each component of a grant proposal in detail and provides writing tips and examples.
The “Fruit Tree 101” program helps qualifying schools create outdoor edible orchard classrooms to provide students with environmental education opportunities and a source of organic fruit for improved school lunch nutrition.
A project of the American Center for Sustainability, the Plant Project provides free plant starts to non profits garden projects across Oregon, including schools.
Kaiser Permanente Northwest's Community Benefit program supports Ecotrust's Farm to School program with a Healthy Food Access grant that facilitates the purchase of more healthy, regionally produced food by school districts in the region and connects them with small, medium-sized, and minority-owned food producers in their communities.