Crop Production Workshop Registration Form

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About You
This information has no bearing on your acceptance into any of New Entry's programs, but we have to record all participant demographic information for grant reporting purposes. 

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Scholarship Application

New Entry Sustainable Farming Project is pleased to offer scholarships to participants who exhibit excellent potential for success in sustainable farming. A limited number of scholarships will be awarded based on the following eligibility criteria:

Eligibility Criteria

  • Do you self-identify with at least one of the following demographic characteristics: 
    • Immigrant, refugee, asylee to the US.
    • Socially disadvantaged, which USDA defines as: a farmer or rancher who has been subjected to racial or ethnic prejudices because of their identity as a member of a group without regard to their individual qualities; those groups include African Americans, American Indians or Alaskan natives, Hispanics, and Asians or Pacific Islanders.
    • Low-income / limited resource which, according the USDA means that current-year income falls below the national poverty level for a family of four with two children, or is less than half of the county median household income.
    • Veteran