The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) is accepting proposals for this year’s California Agriculture Special Interest License Plate (CalAgPlate) grant program. Every year the program provides approximately $250,000 in funding to promote agricultural education and leadership activities for students. Since the CalAgPlate program was first established, it was provided more than $1.4 million in funding support for agricultural education.
The competitive solicitation process to award the 2020 CalAgPlate grant program funds began September 27. Proposals will need to be submitted by 5 pm on Thursday, October 22. Tier one eligibility is restricted to the California Future Farmers of America Association. Tier two eligibility includes non-profit organizations and government agencies that administer agricultural education programs.
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