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Reps. Antonio Delgado, D-N.Y., and Jim Sensenbrenner, R-Wis., on Monday introduced the Small Farm to School Act, bipartisan legislation to create an eight-state pilot program for local public schools to be reimbursed at a higher rate for sourcing school lunches from small farmers under the National School Lunch Program.
Congressman Antonio Delgado, NY-19, has co-sponsored the bipartisan Small Farm to School Act, an eight-state pilot program where public schools would be reimbursed at a higher rate for sourcing school lunches from small farmers under the National School Lunch Program.
Congressman Antonio Delgado, D-19, has introduced a bill that would help support local farms and ensure healthy food options for students.
The Small Farm to School Act would provide incentives for schools to use food produced at local farms.
Rep. Delgado’s Small Farm to School Act would create a pilot program to incentivize public schools to work closely with local farmers
CATSKILL — Greene County lawmakers Wednesday night approved a retainer agreement with a Long Island-based law firm in a lawsuit against the manufacturers of chemicals used at the county’s firefighting training center in Cairo, which are present in the municipal drinking water.
HYDE PARK – The Roosevelt Fire District in Hyde Park will get a needed financial shot in the arm from the federal Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.
The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum has been awarded almost $300,000 in federal funds to improve its virtual education programs, Rep. Antonio Delgado, D-Rhinebeck, announced Friday, July 3.
The Summit Fire Department was awarded nearly $3,000 in federal funding for the purchase of personal protective equipment for firefighters.
ANCRAMDALE — Though already well aware of the challenges local farmers have endured in keeping their farms operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. Rep. Antonio Delgado (D-NY-19) toured Ronnybrook Farms recently to gain a greater understanding of the support farmers across New York need to remain in business.