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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 2 CAN Small Grants Program Summary 20102014 CAN Small Grants Program Summary 2010-2014 $460,000 to 25 DifferentOrganizationsover 5 years 5 sectors (majority local food systems) Local Food Systems Forestry andWood Products Energy Efficiencyand Renewabls Waste Stream Management and Recycling Small Business and Entrepreneurship CAN Grantee Organizations 2010-2014 It's More Than Just Money! >Targeted grants of $5-15,000 >Partnerships with CAN anchor organizations>Focus on emerging projects/organizations>Technical assistance and partner referrals>Peer learning and network-building events>Regional connections and strategy-sharing>Opportunities for cross-sector collaboration>Visibility and support for increasing resources When you have the Central Appalachian Network backing you, it helps a lot!” - Mike Burton, SustainFloyd "We are very grateful for the support and connections that we have accrued thanks to CAN." -Natalie Woodroofe, 30 Mile Meal "CAN was named CFA's 2012 Ally of the Year, in recognition of CANs support though small grants, technical assistance, and networking." -Martin Richards, Community Farm Alliance "Field trips to the Wild Ramp (CAN grantee) and ASD (CAN member) have been of tremendous value ." -Elizabeth Spellman, WV Food & Farm Coalition 30 Mile Meal/Real Food Real Local Institute: Athens, OhioAnsted-New Haven Community Improvement Association: Ansted, West VirginiaJackson County Regional Food Center / Appalachian Alternative Agriculture of Jackson County (3AJC): Jackson County, KentuckyAppalachian Staple Foods Collaborative/Shagbark Seed & Mill: Athens, OhioCoalfield Development Corporation: Wayne, West VirginiaCommunity Farm Alliance (CFA): Frankfort, KentuckyFayette County Farmers Market: Fayetteville, West VirginiaGallia County Farmers Market: Gallipolis, OhioGrayson LandCare and Appalachian Agriculture Coalition: Grayson County, Virginia/Alleghany County, North CarolinaGreenbrier Valley EDC / Local Foods Initiative: Lewisburg, West VirginiaGreenbrier Valley Pasture Network: Greenbrier Valley, West VirginiaHocking College: Nelsonville, OHLeading Green Distributing: Black Mountain, North CarolinaLynchburg Grows: Lynchburg, VirginiaMonroe Farm Market: Union, West VirginiaPerry County: Somerset, OhioRooted in Appalachia: Abingdon, VirginiaRural Resources: Greeneville, TennesseeSustainFloyd: Floyd, VirginiaT&E Meats: Harrisonburg, VirginiaThree Rivers Market: Knoxville, TennesseeUnlimited Future, Inc./The Wild Ramp: Huntington, West VirginiaWesMonTy RC & D: Philippi, West VirginiaWV Food & Farm Coalition: Mount Hope, West VirginiaFor a complete list with hyperlinks, visit Over $1 Million Leveraged from 31 sources
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