• Continuing Fiscal year 2012 awards

Alabama

  • Tuskegee University: Small Farm Outreach, Training and Technical Assistance Project

$300,000

  • Alabama A&M University: Facilitating Equitable Access to USDA Programs, Resources and Markets for Socially Disadvantaged

$300,000

Arkansas

  • Silas H. Hunt Community Development Corporation: Community Development Small Farm Outreach Program

$299,405

California

  • Santa Cruz County Resource Conservation (MANA): MANA: Outreach to Spanish Speaking Farmers in the Central Coast - Phase III

$287,550

  • National Hmong American Farmers: Bridge the Gap: Connecting Small Farmers to USDA Resources II

$225,000

District of Columbia

  • Rural Coalition: To assist SDFR in owning and operating successful farms; improve participation in USDA programs; and provide outreach and education on USDA class action lawsuits and claims processes.

$297,103

  • National Immigrant Farming Initiative, Inc.: Building Partnerships for Rural Prosperity with Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers

$210,942

Delaware

  • Delaware State University: Outreach and Technical Assistance for Delaware's Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Forest Landowners

$285,858

Florida

  • New North Florida Cooperative Association, Inc.: Effective Utilization of USDA Programs to Facilitate Farm to School and Other Market Opportunities for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers

$300,000

  • North-South Institute: Technical Assistance, Training and Outreach to Socially Disadvantaged and Limited Resource Farmers and Ranchers in Florida and Selected Border Counties in Alabama and Georgia.

$258,085

Georgia

  • Federation of Southern Cooperatives, Inc.: Technical Assistance to African-American Farmers and Ranchers in Southwest Georgia to Advance Viability of their Operations and Participation in Federal Programs

$287,291

  • Fort Valley State University: Changing Socially Disadvantaged Farmers Educational and Technological Approach to USDA Programs

(Web Based)

$300,000

  • Southwest Georgia Project: Production and Marketing Development of Socially Disadvantaged Women Farmers in Southwest Georgia

$300,000

Hawaii

  • University of Hawaii: Outreach and Assistance in Tropical Pasture and Livestock Management for Pacific Islanders

$298,381

  • Pacific Gateway Center: OTTUS (Outreach To The Under Served Project)

$300,000

Louisiana

  • Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center: Outreach and Assistance to Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers in Louisiana

$300,000

Maryland

  • University of Maryland, Eastern Shore: Small Farm Training Institute for Limited Resource and Socially Disadvantaged Farmers

$300,000

Missouri

  • Lincoln University: Continuing to Promote USDA Outreach Programs and Sustainable Agriculture.

$299,984

Mississippi

  • Alcorn State University: Supplemental Grant to Launch Phase I of the Establishment of the Policy Institute for Rural Communities and Small Farmers and Ranchers.

$300,000

  • Winston County Self Help: Energizing Rural Communities with Outreach and Assistance

$300,000

Montana

  • Little Big Horn College: Outreach and Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers 2012 to 2013

$185,706

North Carolina

  • Operation Spring Plant: Developing Tools Boxes for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers and Ranchers in Selected North and South Carolina and Georgia Counties.

$300,000

  • NCABL Land Loss Prevention Project: From Discrimination to a Future in Farming II

$300,000

  • Black Family Land Trust, Inc.: Wealth Retention and Asset Protection program for African American farmers and landowners in AL, MS, and SC

$262,500

  • Whitaker Small Farm Group, Inc.: Hands on Training: Assisting Socially Disadvantaged Farmers in Successful Farm Ownership and Operation.

$300,000

New Mexico

  • Hispanic Farmers Ranchers of America: HFRA'S Socially Disadvantaged Farmers & Ranchers Settlement Project in Conjunction with USDA- OAO

$300,000

  • Taos County Economic Development Corporation: TCEDC's Value-Added Learning Center for Outreach & Education

$284,058

  • New Mexico Acequia Association: Improving engagement of Hispanic farmers and ranchers in USDA.

$202,518

New York

  • National Audubon Society: Audubon Arkansas NATIVE (Native Agriculture to InVigorate Ecosystems) Project

$300,000

Ohio

  • National Network of Forest Practitioners: Southern Outreach and Assistance Resources for Forestry Project

$300,000

Oklahoma

  • Oklahoma Black Historical Research Project, Inc.: Enhancing communication and access to USDA programs for small and socially disadvantaged farmers and ranchers in Oklahoma

$300,000

  • National Women in Agriculture Association: Outreach Education for Beginning, Young & Minority Farmers, Ranchers and Producers

$396,250

South Carolina

  • United Farmers USA: USDA program enhancement project for SC socially disadvantaged farmers, beginning farmers, ranchers, forest land owners, veterans, and youth.

$300,000

Virginia

  • Virginia State University: Outreach, Training, and Technical Assistance for Socially Disadvantaged Farmers, Ranchers, and Forest Landowners in Virginia

$300,000

Wisconsin

  • Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council: Wisconsin Tribal Conservation Advisory Council Agricultural Outreach Program

$300,000