Dollars Available To Develop Farmers Markets

June 2011
BEEF Exclusive Insight;6/26/2011, p1
This article reports that the US. Department of Agriculture is offering 10 million dollars in funding for the Farmers Market Promotion Program (FMPP) to help create farmers markets in underserved areas.


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