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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 2 Small Grants Program 20102014 Small Grants Program 2010-2014 $460,000 to 25 DifferentOrganization sover 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 Virginia Over $2 Million Leveraged from 34 sources "From our perspective, this is the most important small grant program in the region. The fact that active and experienced practitioners in the field inform and govern the program promotes a boots-on-the-ground perspective with a true understanding of the needs, challenges and opportunities in Central Appalachia."- Mike Burton, SustainFloyd For a complete list with hyperlinks, visit
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