Indiana Grown for Schools Participation Survey
The Indiana State Department of Agriculture’s Indiana Grown Program (ISDA/IG) is gathering information as part of their involvement in a Farm to School grant and in partnership with Purdue Extension (PEX), Indiana Department of Education (IDOE) and the Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH). The information gathered will be collated into the Indiana Grown for Schools: School Food Service Resource Guide which will be distributed to all Indiana public school corporations once completed. Participation in the Indiana Grown for Schools: School Food Service Resource Guide survey is not a guarantee of sales and ISDA/IG, ISDH, PEX and IDOE are not responsible for the accuracy of the information you submit. This resource guide is voluntary and by no means will you be excluded in direct sales to schools by not participating.

For more information about the grant to promote locally sourced foods in schools, click here:

Food safety recommendation annotation:
Food Safety Modernization Act information:
GAP harmonized audit information:
Home based vendor basics:

For survey and Indiana Grown for Schools related questions please contact Heather Tallman at 317-697-5863 HTallman@ISDA.IN.GOV

Entries made AFTER 2/28/19 cannot be guaranteed a spot in the first printing of the paper guide but WILL be included in the digital version.

Email address *
Business/Farm name: *
Your answer
County: *
Your answer
Contact name: *
Your answer
Contact phone number: *
Your answer
Are you an Indiana Grown member? Being an Indiana Grown member is not a requirement. *
Would you like to be included in a wholesale guide for educational/institutional buyers to contact you directly in the future? *
Please check all categories that apply to your business, farm or product: *
Please list the specific items produced/packaged/raised/processed in Indiana: for example- ground beef, deli-mustard, strawberry jam, etc. *
Your answer
Are you a food processor, manufacturer or co-packer? *
Do you distribute local foods to schools in Indiana? *
Are you a home based vendor? *
Do you have the ability to package your product in food service compatible packaging? *
Are you registered with the Indiana State Department of Health as a farmer or distributor? Food Service Directors cannot buy from farmers unless they are registered with the Indiana State Dept. of Health. At a minimum, producers must be registered with the ISDH and receive GAP training prior to selling to schools. *
Do you have a GAP Harmonized Audit? If applicable *
Do you have a 3rd party audit certificate?- If applicable *
Do you need assistance finding food safety compliance resources? *
Would you like to be contacted by the Indiana Grown survey facilitator Heather Tallman regarding this Farm to School grant or selling to schools? *
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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