Garden Treasures used its grant money to buy and ship greenhouse posts for six of the 10 greenhouses they had acquired from retiring Oregon farmers and built two of them with help from volunteers.
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Fork to Farm Grant Update: Campus Community Farm at St. Mary’s College of Maryland Finishes Greenhouse
The Campus Community Farm at St. Mary’s College used its Fork to Farm “seed” money to build a new greenhouse instead of the original planned hoop house.
Fork to Farm Grant Update: Horse Listeners Orchard and the Three-Legged Stool
Farmer Matt Couzens believes Bon Appétit’s Farm to Fork program only functions when all three teams — Bon Appétit, local farmers, and supportive students — are equally invested.
Fork to Farm Grant Update: Flying Fish Lands Vacuum-Packing Machine
How a $5,000 grant is helping a sustainable seafood distributor save time and “scale” up.
Farm to Fork Grant Update: Red Fire Farm Improves Root Vegetable Storage
We were rooting for Red Fire Farm to upgrade their winter vegetable storage.
Fork to Farm Grant Update: Black Mesa Ranch Powers Up
Black Mesa Ranch’s dream project of an expanded solar array and cheese refrigeration unit has begun, with the help of a $5,000 Fork to Farm grant from Bon Appétit.
Fork to Farm Grant Update: Locals Seafood Seizes An Oppor-tuna-ty
This past fall, to celebrate the 15th anniversary of our Farm to Fork program, Bon Appétit gave away ten $5,000 grants to our local farmers, fishermen, and artisans around the country to help them grow their business. Here’s how Locals Seafood of Raleigh, NC, is using theirs.