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Farm to School Memos

2019

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo 30% NYS Initiative Application for State Subsidy June 2019
NYSED Memo Governor Cuomo Announces Record $1.5 Million in Awards to Support Farm-to-School Programs Across the State April 2019
NYSED Memo NYS Farm to School Institute - Applications Due April 12th March 2019
NYSED Memo Northeast Farm to School Institute - DUE March 7th January 2019

2018

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo Additional State Subsidy For Purchasing New York State Food Products December 2018
NYSED Memo Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the 30% NYS Initiative December 2018
NYSED Memo USDA Farm to School Grant Due Dec. 4th October 2018
NYSED Memo Guidance on Procurement Methods: Thresholds UPDATED August 2018
NYSED Memo NY Farm to School Grant Due Oct. 1st August 2018
M-18-18 Implementing Statutory Changes to the Micro-Purchase and the Simplified Acquisition Thresholds for Financial Assistance June 2018

2017

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo 2016-2017 NYS Farm to School Survey Results December 2017
NYSED Memo 2017 Farm to School Grant Program Funding RFA November 2017
NYSED Memo Farm to School Program Request for Proposal October 2017

2016 

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo SY 2016-2017 Procurement, Local Foods, and Farm to School Webinar November 2016
SP-48-2016 Using Federal Funds to Support FoodCorps Service Members July 2016

2015

Document Number Title Release Date
SP-07-2016 Local Foods and Related Activities in Summer Meal Programs November 2015

2014

Document Number Title Release Date
SP-06-2015 Farm to School and School Garden Expenses November 2014

2012

Document Number Title Release Date
SP-03-2013 Procurement Geographic Preference Q&A's - Part II October 2012

2011

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo

Geographic Preference Option for the Procurement of Unprocessed Agricultural Products in Child Nutrition Programs

May 2011
SP-18-2011 Procurement Geographic Preference Q&A's February 2011

2009

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo Geographic Preference for the Procurement of Unprocessed Agricultural Products in the Child Nutrition Programs December 2009
SP-08-2010 Geographic Preference for the Procurement of Unprocessed Agricultural Products in the Child Nutrition Programs November 2009
SP-01-2010 Applying Geographic Preferences in Procurements for the Child Nutrition Programs October 2009
SP-32-2009 School Garden Q&A's July 2009

 2008

Document Number Title Release Date
NYSED Memo Farm to School Cafeteria Initiatives March 2008
NYSED Memo Record-Keeping for Procurement Transactions March 2008

 

 

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  1. mail:
    U.S. Department of Agriculture
    Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
    1400 Independence Avenue, SW
    Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; or
  2. fax:
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