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IDOA now accepting Specialty Crop Block Grant proposals

Posted on April 26, 2021

Agriculture

In an effort to expand the availability of fresh, locally-grown produce and strengthen the competitiveness of Illinois’ specialty crop industry, the Illinois Department of Agriculture is now accepting Specialty Crop Block Grant Proposals. The application can be found in the IDOA website and must be returned to the Department by 4 p.m. on Monday, May 24.

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