The Farmland Restoration Program (FLRP), made possible by Public Act 11-1, is a voluntary program with a main objective of increasing food and fiber production in Connecticut through restoring lands into active agricultural production. FLRP focuses on restoring and improving land with prime and important farmland soils, in accordance with a Farmland Restoration Program Plan (FLRP Plan).
Owners and tenants/lessees/permittees, with owner(s) approval, of Connecticut farmland are eligible for the program.
A 50% match for the total project must be provided by the applicant. The match can be cash, in-kind services, or a combination of the two.
The grant will be provided after the project is successfully completed, a final financial report (and forms) outlining all expenses associated with the project have been received and approved, and a final project report has been received and approved.
Pandemic Response and Safety Grant Program (PRS)
Agricultural Marketing Service · Due Nov 22
- Nutrition & Food Safety
- Disaster Relief
- Farmers Market
- Technical Assistance
- Public Health
Agricultural Management Assistance (AMA)
Natural Resources Conservation Service
- Cost Share
- Soil Health
- Certified Organic
- Water Quality
- Forest Management
- Waterway Protection
- Wetland Conservation
- Pest Management
Northeast SARE Farmer Grant Program
Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education · Due Nov 16
ACRE3 Agricultural Energy Efficiency (AgEE)
Colorado Department of Agriculture
- Cost Share
- Alternative Energy
January 15, 2021
Connecticut Department of Agriculture (CTDOAG)
Maximum Award Amount
Total Program Funding
Updated October 6, 2021
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