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Heidi Schott
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The Local Food Promotion Program (LFPP) offers grant funds to support the development and expansion of local and regional food business enterprises to increase domestic consumption of, and access to, locally and regionally produced agricultural products, and to develop new market opportunities for farm and ranch operations serving local markets. There are two types of project applications are accepted under LFPP - planning grants and implementation grants. Click here for more information.
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Producer networks or associations, community supported agriculture (CSA) networks or associations, food councils, local governments, non-profit corporations, public benefit corporations, economic development corporations, regional farmers market authorities, and tribal governments 
WHEN'S IT DUE? June 18, 2019 
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The purpose of the Farmers Market Promotion Program is to increase domestic consumption of, and access to, locally and regionally produced agricultural products, and to develop new market opportunities for farm and ranch operations serving local markets by developing, improving, expanding, and providing outreach, training, and technical assistance to, or assisting in the development, improvement, and expansion of, domestic farmers markets, roadside stands, community-supported agriculture programs, agritourism activities, and other direct producer-to-consumer market opportunities. Click here for more information.
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Producer networks or associations, community supported agriculture (CSA) networks or associations, food councils, local governments, non-profit corporations, public benefit corporations, economic development corporations, regional farmers market authorities, and tribal governments 
WHEN'S IT DUE? June 18, 2019 
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The purpose of this program is to support law enforcement entities in building capacity and operational effectiveness as a core member of a collaborative, multidisciplinary human trafficking task force. Eligible applicants must operate as part of a multidisciplinary human trafficking task force and identify and partner with victim service providers to offer comprehensive services to all victims of human trafficking. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, local governments, and federally recognized Indian tribes
WHEN'S IT DUE? June 11, 2019 
WHAT DOES IT FUND? Process and Technology Improvement Grants support efforts by State agencies and their community-based and faith-based partners to develop and implement projects that focus on improving the quality and efficiency of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) operations and processes. Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, local governments, agencies providing health or welfare services, public health or education entities, and private non-profit organizations
WHEN'S IT DUE? June 10, 2019 
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The purpose of this program is to promote the safety of law enforcement officers and citizens by supporting the establishment or expansion of comprehensive body-worn camera (BWC) programs with specific plans to implement this technology in a manner that maximizes its benefits. All applicants must describe deliberate and phased plans to deploy BWCs, as well as specific ways in which they will be used to enhance applicant agencies' missions. program directly supports . Click here for more information. 
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, local governments, and federally recognized Indian tribes
WHEN'S IT DUE? June 5, 2019 
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The WIFIA program accelerates investment in our nation’s water infrastructure by providing long-term, low-cost supplemental loans for regionally and nationally significant projects. WIFIA loans are available to public and private borrowers for a wide range of drinking water, wastewater, drought mitigation, and alternative water supply projects. This year’s priority is to finance projects that are ready for construction in three key areas: reducing exposure to lead and addressing emerging contaminants in drinking water systems; updating aging infrastructure; and implementing water reuse and recycling. Click here for more information.
WHO'S ELIGIBLE? Federal entities, states, tribal entities, local governments, partnerships, joint ventures, corporations, and trusts
WHEN'S IT DUE? July 5, 2019
WHAT DOES IT FUND? The primary purpose of these competitively selected grants is to identify innovative solutions to reduce or eliminate human trafficking occurring on transit systems, protect transit operators from the risk of assault, and reduce crime on public transit vehicles and facilities. Click here for more information. 

WHO'S ELIGIBLE? States, local governments, providers of public transportation, and non-profit organizations
WHEN'S IT DUE? May 28, 2019

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