Future Harvest - CASA

Summer 2016 Grants

Food System Reform Program

$100,000

Cockeysville, MD

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to support their Eastern Shore program building a network of environmentally sustainable farmers.

Summer 2015 Grants

Sustainability Program

$100,000

Cockeysville, MD

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funding to assess the need for and, where appropriate, start implementation of robust and targeted farmer and buyer education and networking programming on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Sustainability Program

$150,000

Cockeysville, MD

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to continue development of the Chesapeake Foodshed Network.

Summer 2014 Grants

Sustainability Program

$60,000

Cockeysville, MD

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For general support and to secure capacity building support.

Summer 2013 Grants

Sustainability Program

$100,000

Cockeysville, MD

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$25,000 towards general support and $75,000 towards the Foodshed Network project.  Future Harvest-CASA (FH-CASA) will continue cultivating a network of agricultural professionals in the Chesapeake Watershed using sustainable practices.  FH-CASA will provide farmer education programs and advocate on issues with implications for local family farms.  FH-CASA will also continue the development of the Chesapeake Regional Foodshed Initiative which will develop a local and sustainable regional food system vision.

Summer 2012 Grants

Sustainability Program

$75,000

Cockeysville, MD

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general support for sustainable farming education and advocacy work and project support for its Food Shed Initative, involving a feasibility study for conducting regional food system vision.

Summer 2011 Grants

Promoting Policies and Practices for Sustainability

$50,000

Fairplay, Maryland

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general support funds to grow current activity of promoting sustainable food and farming through farmer education, partnership development, and market development for sustainable farmers; and to grow consumer education on the region’s food-shed and local food system.