Grants for 'Frith Farm at Rough Draft Farmstead' Workshop
Got a quick update for Kentucky folks about the Frith Farm at Rough Draft Farmstead Workshop happening in October: it’s officially eligible for Kentucky State University Farmer Education Grant. In short, the grant covers up to $500 in educational opportunities (workshops, books, conferences, travel, etc). Funds for this program are very limited, especially this late in the season, and there is no guarantee. Apply anyway. For non-Kentucky folks, check with your regional, state, and/or local grant resources to see if the workshop is eligible for funding.
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