Oregon Farm to School Grant for Oregon Grown or Processed Food (the "procurement" grant)
The time period for opting in for the procurement grant for the current biennium has closed. Here is a list of Oregon school districts that have opted in to the procurement grant.
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TIMELINE - updated 9-8-2017.
The live webinars have already happened. However, you can still get credit for watching the recorded version posted below.
Recorded Version of Webinar recorded Thursday, September 28, 2017
APPLICATION MATERIALS - Required items:
The deadline to opt in for the procurement grant was September 15, 2017.
The following items will be posted on 9/18/17. An email with links to this section will be sent to all sponsors then.
Agreement (updated 9-17-2017)
Attestation that you've attended or watched the mandatory training.
Baseline survey (ONLY for first-time participants)
AWARD LETTER - Will be emailed to each sponsor who opts in. There is a lot of information in this letter.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Document- including allowable costs (NEW- Updated 11-13-2017 - will be updated as more questions are received) including allowable costs (NEW- Updated 11-13-2017 - will be updated as more questions are received)
Allowable and unallowable purchases (updated 11/13/2017)
EGMS is our Electronic Grant Management System, which is what you will need to access your funds. This link will redirect you to the EGMS page where you can download the instructions to access. Updated August 2018
Excel Claim Reimbursement Worksheet - required to submit costs to claim funds. Updated May 2018
Check out our PURCHASING tab for help with local purchasing options
Local Vendor List - Excel spreadsheet with locations, ordering info.
GRANT REPORTING RESOURCES:
Final Report: A final report will be due on September 30, 2019. We will publish a link here to complete the report by June 30, 2019. Here is a copy of the final report that you can be print out and refer to in order to collect needed data that will be required to complete the survey.
NOTE: the copy of the report is downloaded from surveymonkey (as a pdf) and then converted again to MS word format. Therefore, the formatting is off and looks a bit wonky from time to time. This won't be the case when the new survey is taken, however it should suffice to be readable.
Local Purchases tracking tool (for help with any of the reports)
Accompanying Tips and Tools for Tracking document for above local purchases tracking tool (read this first)