Mini-grant for Rural Food Access Survey – Request for Applications

Author: Kathryn Colasanti

August 15, 2017

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Mini-grant for Rural Food Access Survey – Request for Applications

As part of the Michigan Good Food Shared Measurement Project, the Center for Regional Food Systems invites applications for a mini-grant to participate in a second year pilot of a healthy food access survey in rural communities of Michigan. This is an opportunity for organizations to accelerate their work on healthy food access issues and gain skills in research. Up to three communities will be selected from the applications received and a maximum of $6,000 in pilot funding will be provided to each selected community.

Download the Mini-grant for Rural Food Access Survey Request for Applications.

Michigan-based organizations serving rural areas are eligible to apply.

 

Proposals are due on Friday, September 29, 2017.

 

For more information, contact Kathryn Colasanti at colokat@msu.edu.

 

More information about the Michigan Good Food Shared Measurement Project.