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Farm Viability Grant
 

Applications for the 2021 Farm Viability Grant Program will be accepted from May 27, 2021 through June 3, 2021 at 4:00 PM

 

2021 Farm Viability Grant Application Guidelines and Forms

2021 Farm Viability Grant Application Cognito Form

2021 Farm Viability Grant Appendix B: Budget Fillable Form in Excel format

2021 Farm Viability Grant Appendix C: Grant Narrative Fillable Form in Word format

 

The Farm Viability Grant (FVG) (C.G.S. Sec. 22-26j) is a competitive matching grant program open to municipalities, regional planning organizations, association of municipalities, and agricultural non-profits. The maximum grant award is $49,999. Please be aware this is a reimbursement grant.

Funding for the Farm Viability Grant is provided through the State of Connecticut Agricultural Viability Grant Program, established in 2005 through Public Act 228-05, An Act Concerning Farmland Preservation, Land Protection, Affordable Housing, and Historic Preservation.

New this year for FY 2021 there are four different Questions of Focus that eligible applicants may choose to apply for. Please review the 2021 Farm Viability Grant Application Guidelines and Forms document above for detailed information on how to apply and the new Questions of Focus.

The Farm Viability Grant Program and any awards are subject to limitations of state funding.

Applications will only be accepted according to the instructions outlined in the 2021 Farm Viability Grant Application Guidelines and Forms document above.