Mini Grant Overview
Success of 2017 and 2018 programs and multi-state program growth led to availability of mini-grant funds again in 2019. In this third year of programming, Growing Together WI mini grants were available to University of Wisconsin-Extension FoodWIse projects in partnership with active Master Gardener Volunteers. Awarded money was available to one or multiple local Master Gardener Program projects aimed at increasing access and availability of fresh fruits and vegetables for families and individuals with limited incomes in Wisconsin.
Funding is to support collaborative projects between FoodWIse educators and Master Gardener Volunteers in Wisconsin towards the goal of improved food safety, security, and health for families with limited incomes by increasing access and availability of fresh fruits and vegetables for families and individuals with limited incomes in Wisconsin.
2019 Growing Together WI Mini Grant Awardees
- Adams County
- Barron County
- Brown County
- Columbia County
- Florence County
- Grant County
- Iowa County
- Lafayette County
- Manitowoc County (2 Projects)
- Outagamie/Winnebago Counties
- Racine County
- Shawano County
Growing Together WI projects are expected to complete two phases of evaluation in 2019.
- FoodWIse staff should engage with a Growing Together WI closed Facebook group by providing monthly updates and pictures of how things are going with the project.
- Fiscal Year 2019 reporting via Qualtrics Survey, shared in September 2019.
Efforts in Wisconsin are part of a multi-state Growing Together program. For an overview of the program and evaluation results from the past three years, view this Growing Together WI Presentation Final FY19.