BOULDER — The Chef Ann Foundation is accepting proposals for the Partnerships for Local Agriculture & Nutrition Transformation in Schools (PLANTS) grant program. PLANTS will fund eight collaborative projects led by groups of local partners advancing systemic and equity-driven approaches to transforming school food supply chains.
Projects should seek to build and strengthen relationships among community-based food system stakeholders and school districts, as well as expand scratch cooking in schools in order to build healthier school meal programs.
Grant awards will be between $500,000 and $600,000 and will not require grantees to match funding. Entities eligible to apply include School Food Authorities, food producers, food distributors and aggregators, nonprofits, and local government agencies.
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Applications are due by Jan. 22, 2024.