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Wednesday, January 31, 2024

USDA Value Added Producer Grant Seminar



The USDA Value-added Producer Grant might be a funding tool for growers expanding into Farm to School activities. If appropriate, please share this announcement in your communications, on your social media platforms, etc. Suggested text, social media post(with QR code) and flyer are attached/below for your reference. If you would prefer, you can share this flyer link, USDAVAPG2024 Seminar_.pdf, where the registration link embedded.



The MSU Product Center, in partnership with USDA Rural Development, will hold webinars on the USDA Value Added Producer Grant. These free sessions will be held on February 21st. Register at:







Wendy Wieland (she, her, hers)

MSU Product Center Innovation Counselor &

MSU Extension Community, Food and Environment Institute

Emmet County MSU Extension

3434 Harbor-Petoskey Road

Harbor Springs, MI 49740

Office: 231-439-8987

Cell: 231-881-6918


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