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NEED HELP COVERING YOUR COVID-19 BUSINESS COSTS?
Looking for ways to cover costs - particularly those driven by market changes - incurred during the pandemic? The new Pandemic Response and Safety (PRS) Grant Program may be a good fit for you. Learn more by reading our blog post here. Application deadline is Nov. 22nd, 8:59 p.m. P.T.
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INNOVATION CHALLENGE - ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS!
Are you a tinkerer who manages to find solutions with whatever is on hand? Or do you have the next million dollar idea in farm tech? Submit your innovation as an application to the 2022 Small Farm Innovation Challenge. The Innovation Challenge gives farmers, inventors, and entrepreneurs the opportunity to share innovations that can help small-scale farms compete, survive and thrive.
The Small Farm Tech Hub supports farmers in the adoption of right-fit tools to increase sales, market channels, and business efficiencies. The Tech Hub is providing free resources and consulting to help pivot to sales models better suited to the current COVID-19 crisis as well as longer-term consumer purchasing trends.
Support provided by the Tech Hub may include starting an online store, transferring to a different ecommerce site, marketing, or identifying tools for increasing your business efficiencies. We're here to help! Tech Hub team members are standing by to support you on your technology needs. Learn more by visiting caff.org/techhub.
CAFF is a registered 501c 3 non-profit that works to build sustainable food and farming systems through policy advocacy and on-the-ground programs that create more resilient family farms, communities and ecosystems. The Small Farm Tech Hub is a program under CAFF and funded by the USDA Farmers Market Promotion Program.