$97 million now available from USDA to support local and regional food systems

$97 Million Available From USDA to Support Local and Regional Food Systems



There has never been a better time to apply for USDA LAMP Grants…
The USDA just announced $97 million in competitive funding for its 2022 Local Agricultural Marketing Program (LAMP) Grants. This is a huge increase from past funding cycles–$5 million more than last years banner amount. Funding will be available through the Farmers Market Promotion Program, Local Food Promotion Program, and Regional Food Systems Partnership Grants.


Below you’ll find shareable resources about this opportunity as well as proposal development tools for prospective applicants.

We will be updating this page regularly as information becomes available. Contact us at FSLNinfo@winrock.org if you have any questions.

Upcoming Support from the USDA

Grant writing Resources and Tools from the Wallace Center

Past Support Webinars from the Wallace Center

Key USDA Links




These grants include funding from the 2018 Farm Bill funding and Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2021 emergency funds coordinated through the agency’s Pandemic Assistance for Producers. Please note that this information is not an official USDA communication and use of any of these resources does not guarantee funding. If you’re looking for support with the administrative logistics of submitting a grant proposal, such as navigating Grants.gov or ensuring budget compliance, please contact USDA AMS at IPPGrants@usda.gov.

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