Upcoming CFP Trainings and Webinars
Upcoming Trainings and Webinars for Community Food Projects
Community Food Projects Competitive Grant Program Grantsmanship Webinar - presented by USDA NIFA
October 16, 2017 at 2:00pm EST
Apologies: the link we provided previously to access this webinar was incorrect. A link to the recording will be posted shortly.
Dr. Paul Cotton, Dr. Jane Clary Loveless, Adriene Woodin, Susan Bowman, and Dr. Pascale C. Jean will present a webinar, “Community Food Projects Competitive Grant Program Grantsmanship Webinar” Oct. 16, 2-4 p.m. EST. The webinar can be viewed via Adobe Connect, and in room 2311, NIFA Headquarters Waterfront Centre, Washington, DC. The webinar is part of the Institute of Food Safety and Nutrition Seminar Series.
The Grant Application Process for Community Food Projects - Presented by New Entry Sustainable Farming Project
October 25, 2017 at 2:00pm EST
To be hosted by New Entry staff. Topics covered: Registering with Grants.gov and appointing contacts; the application package; important sections of the grant application forms; the grant Budget form; which documents to upload to the package; which attachments to include; the proposal narrative; the post-submission process; and other relevant resources and guides to help you as you prepare your application.
The FY 2018 Community Food Projects Competitive Grant Program Request for Applications (RFA) was recently released. It is important to plan early, so we encourage all potential applicants to attend this webinar.
For an overview on the Community Food Projects Grant Program, please visit our CFP Applicants resources page, and feel free to view our recorded webinars to better familiarize yourself with the program goals and what is involved in successfully planning for and implementing a project.
Evaluation Component of Community Food Projects Grant Application
November 14th, 1:00pm EST
This Evaluation for CFP webinar will cover the following topics: USDA NIFA expectations; creating your evaluation plan; what tools to use to best capture your project's impact; creating your Logic Model (what they are and what each component involves); Indicators of Success; and more.