Has your farm been affected by COVID-19? Join us for this free lunch-and-learn webinar focusing on assistance available to small farm operations through USDA’s Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP2).
SPEAKERS: Emily Shelby from the Farm Service Agency will provide information about CFAP2, including the application process. Miranda Duschack, Small Farm Specialist from Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, will speak to small farm opportunity with CFAP. Tom Buller, co-owner and operator of Common Harvest Farms will share tips and experience.
ABOUT CFAP: The U.S. Department of Agriculture has updated and expanded the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP2) for assisting farms affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The USDA is currently accepting new and modified applications.
WHO IS ELIGIBLE? Eligible farms include producers of aquaculture raised for human consumption; broilers, eggs, and pullets; cow and goat milk; floriculture; livestock (except breeding stock); row crops; some specialty crops and livestock; tobacco; and wool. A full list of CFAP2-eligible commodities can be found at https://www.farmers.gov/pandemic-assistance/cfap.