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Center for Rural Affairs

Lyons, Nebraska, United States

Increase low-income children’s access to healthy food, increase the number of family farmers producing healthy food in an environmentally-sound manner, improve the long-term economic viability of sustainable and organic farming, and strengthen rural and urban communities through food and agriculture-based development

Healthy Kids
Jan. 1, 2010 - Dec. 31, 2010
$400,000

Center for Rural Affairs

Lyons, Nebraska, United States

Increase low-income children’s access to healthy food, increase the number of family farmers producing healthy food in an environmentally-sound manner, improve the long-term economic viability of sustainable and organic farming, and strengthen rural and urban communities through food and agriculture-based development

Jan. 1, 2010 - Dec. 31, 2010

Focus Area

Healthy Kids

Geographic Focus

Nebraska

Amount

$400,000

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