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Permalink MSU Center for Regional Food Systems Receives Grants to Support Good Food Access

Michigan State University (MSU) Center for Regional Food Systems has received two grants from W.K. Kellogg Foundation, totaling $6 million over four years, to fund research and outreach to advance equity, sustainability, and strong economies through good food in Michigan. One grant focuses on supporting Farm to School initiatives and expanding the Hoophouses to Health program. This program offers produce vouchers to low-income families and provides farmers with financial and technical assistance to build hoophouses. The second grant focuses more broadly on building capacity and catalyzing action among local networks, organizations, and individuals to implement the goals of the Michigan Good Food Charter.

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