|COVID Resource Compilation|
|Contact email@example.com with questions|
|Food Policy Networks List-Serve||Johns Hopkins University|
The Food Policy Networks listserv connects stakeholders seeking to create a more sustainable, healthy and equitable food system through public policy at the state, regional, local and tribal level. For more information contact Anne Palmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
|CSA Innovation Networks||CSA Innovation Network|
The CSA Innovation Network is a resource base of programs and tools built by and for individuals and organizations supporting Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) development. The purpose of the
CSA-IN is to generate and facilitate idea sharing across the CSA community and to build awareness of
the value of CSA to consumers.
United Fresh: Produce Industry Coronavirus Resource Share Group
Industry members to share specific needs you might have; capacity or resources that you might have available to assist others; questions for peers who might be able to share advice; etc.
|Farmers Market Coalition ListServ||Farmers Market Coalition|
FMC’s listserv is an open forum for FMC members and other individuals in the farmers market community to freely share their knowledge and questions about farmers market management, promotion, and other topics of concern specific to farmers market vendors, managers, and leaders in statewide farmers market associations.
|ComFoods ListServ||Tufts University||General food systems inquiries||https://elist.tufts.edu/sympa/info/comfood|
|National Nutrition Incentive Network ListServ||Wholesome Wave|
This listserv is a tool for you to connect with peer organizations in every state across the country—who represent non-profits, local governments, farmers markets, food banks, health clinics, and universities -- with varying levels of experience operating nutrition incentive programs, focused on spreading affordable access to local food for all in their communities.
|NSAC Members list||National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition||policy, for members only|
|NFSN||National Farm to School Network||For members and staff only|
|Biodynamic Association||Biodynamic Association||Online forum for members, specific threads related to Covid|
|NAFSN ListServ||North American Food Systems Network|
NAFSN is a professional development association for individuals and organizations working at the forefront of food systems programming; the ListServ is for itsmembers
|NICK Facebook Group||The Food Corridor|
The Network for Incubator & Commissary Kitchens (NICK) supports the food industry through sharing data, best practices, and technical assistance to build and grow successful shared-use kitchen businesses.
|National Young Farmers Coalition ListServ||National Young Farmers Coalition||https://www.youngfarmers.org/nyfc-login/|
|NGFN Food Hub ListServ||Wallace Center||Food hub specific inquiries, conversation|
|Campus Dining Operators Listserv||Farm to Institution New England and B58|
Collaboration tool for dining program directors, chefs, other food service operators and community partners engaged in the procurement, preparation and promotion of foods raised, grown and produced in New England.
|Good Meat Project||Good Meat Project||Resource List for consumers, producers, culinary professionals, processors of non-industrial meat having to pivot to new sales/buying streams.||https://www.goodmeatproject.org/resources|
|Resource||Description||How to access:|
|General Covid Resources|
|Coronavirus: How to protect yourself from COVID-19||American Public Health Association||General resources in English, Spanish, French, Chinease on covid and health|
|Covid-19 & Food Security||Individual Effort|
Compilation of resources gathered across various listservs, organized into different categories (covid and farmers, food policy, restaurants, start ups, and more). Covid-19 resources in Spanish are also included
Coronavirus Communications: Examples, guidance, and resources for expanding the narrative
|HEAL Food Alliance|
List of resources that support inclusive, positive, community-driven narrative for communicators, organizers and leaders, and resources that support collaborative work.
|Small Business Resource Guide||CommonWealth Kitchen|
Available resources for HR, financial, and other aspects of your business that are likely drastically impacted by the spread and precautions around COVID-19
|Resources for Farmers||New Economy Coalition||Evolving list of policy wins in the face of COVID|
|COVID-19 Mutual Aid||It's Going Down||List of mutual aid projects and groups in states and regions across the country||https://itsgoingdown.org/c19-mutual-aid/|
|Resources for Restaurant Workers||Restaurant Opportunities Centers United|
National and city/state resources available for restaurant workers: direct financial assistance, national organizing, state specific information
|Farm Aid||General compilation of resources available for farmers; also by state|
COVID-19 Resources for Farmers and Ag Service Provider Organizations
Links and articles compiled from various food/farm organizational websites and newsletters to offer farmers and food businesses some additional resources in response to the evolving crisis.
|Resources for Farmers/Rural Communities - COVID19||Individual Effort|
Crowdsourced list of resources for communities and farmers. Inclusive of Stimulas Package Updates, Fact Sheets, Mental Health, Organizational Responses and more
|Articles on COVID and the Food System||Individual Effort||Compilation of (a TON of) news articles on Covid and food systems topics|
|Southern SAWG Resources by State||Southern Sustainable Ag Working Group|
To assist individuals, farmers, nonprofits, restaurants and small businesses in finding state specific information and is formatted with an index. All general guidance, lists of lists, and other resources can be found at the bottom of the document
|NFPN COVID-19 Resource Hub||Northwest Food Partners Network|
Constantly-updated collection of COVID-19 resources and info for community organizations and residents in Chicago.
|WSU Food Systems COVID-19 HUB|
Washington State University Food Systems Program
Constantly-updated collection of COVID-19 resources and info for food and farm businesses in WA
|Navigating COVID-19 in the Food Industry||The Food Cooridor|
Ideas, examples, and questions for how to use your shared kitchen or food business during covid
|COVID-19 School Meals During Closures Across the U.S.|
Tisch Center for Food, Education, and Policy
Database of over 100 school districts nationwide that shows how they are serving students meals during school closures
|Data tools relevant to food systems disruption||Individual Effort|
Analytical tools for planning during the disruption, including tools that help you get a handle on market structure, food flow, direct delivery logistics, real-time data on COVID19, etc..
|COVID-19 Resources Useful for Rural People and Communities||Aspen Institute|
CSG has put together a resource page with helpful links to tribal, county, state and federal information, news on COVID-19 as well as sector specific resources for housing and business
|Finances and Funding Opportunities|
|CDFA COVID-19 Resource Center||Council of Development Finance Agencies|
Collection of financing programs and resources that the development finance world is offering to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19.
|Available Funding for COVID||National Center for Family Philanthropy|
List of national response funds as well as an interactive map of local funds that need support.
|Small Business Loan||US Small Business Association||Small business guidance and loan resources|
|Emergency Funding List||New Economy Coalition||Comprehensive list of resources and funding available for organizations|
|Facebook Small Business Grants Program||$100M in cash grants and ad credits for up to 30,000 eligible small businesses|
|Local Funding Opportunities||LISC|
Funders organized by state that are now accepting – or soon will accept – applications from nonprofit organizations, businesses, and workers who need more support in this time of crisis.
ATTRA Covid Response Resources - Funding and General Resources
Available grant and loan programs for farmers, resources on: COVID and producers, including food safety, farmers market guidance, alternative market options and more
|Farmer Relief Fund - Apps due April 23||American Farmland Trust||Grants up to $1,000 for farmers||https://farmland.org/farmer-relief-fund/|
|Community financing, paid back in kind (edible credits)||Credibles|
Customers paying in advance, for max total of $200k per food business (virtual gift cards)
SMALL BUSINESS AND NONPROFIT RELIEF FUNDING RESOURCES IN RESPONSE TO COVID-19 (EMPHASIS ON GREATER PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA)
Daily updated list of relief resources in service of small businesses and nonprofits, with an emphasis on the Greater Philadelphia Area of Pennsylvania, in addition to nationally applicable resources for the following enterprises: restaurant, bar, food & beverage services; farming, ranching, & rural development; community development. Please feel free to share with others in your network.
|Expensify Card SNAP relief||Expensify||Families on SNAP can sign up to be reimbursed up to $50||https://www.expensify.org/hunger|
An Explanation of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) for Farmers
|Carolina Farm Stewardship Association||Learn how the PPP can help small farms cover payroll and non-payroll costs|
|NSAC Policy Statement||National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition||Statement on COVID-19 and its Impacts on the Farm and Food System|
|COVID-19 Resources and Shared Practices for FPCs|
Food Policy Networks Team at Johns Hopkins University
Resources, models/examples, funding, and other shared practices in COVID-19 response useful for food policy councils and other groups working at the local and state level.
|Policy resource to support food access during the pandemic||Healthy Food Policy Project||Index of local government policies|
|Food Safety Resources|
|Food Safety + Covid Resources||NC State Extension - CEFS|
Best practices for preparing for COVID-19 and managing risk for individuals at home and for food environments such as restaurants, grocery stores, and farms
|Guidelines for safe community gardening||Individual Effort|
Crowdsourced ideas/resources for how to move forward with gardening in light of the COVID-19 epidemic.
|Food Safety Questions, Answered||Serious Eats|
Common questions people might ask about Coronavirus and food, with concise, science-based answers
|Food Safety on the Farm During COVID-19||UC Berkeley Extension|
Compilation of info including safe handling and shopping guidelines, daily check list, and standard operating procedures
|Food Industry Resources||Cornell Extension|
Links to resources that help address the risks associated with food production to ensure a safe food supply chain
|Farm to Institution Resources|
School Districts Serving Meals During COVID-19 School Closures
|Food Research and Action Center|
This summary captures different models school districts and program providers are operating to ensure students have access to nutritious meals during school closures due to COVID-19. FRAC encourages school districts and program operators to develop a comprehensive plan for continued nutrition services in the event of school closures. Effective plans should maintain safety and social distancing. Plans should ensure that all students and their parents are able to easily access student meals through pick up sites throughout the community (grab and go and drive thru) where students and/or their parents can pick up multiple meals at a time. For those students with transportation barriers, school districts and community partners should consider utilizing bus routes and potentially home delivery, in addition to meal pick-up sites throughout district. **Indicates best practice** Questions? Please contact Etienne Melcher Philbin, email@example.com.
|COVID-19 Resources for Farm to School and ECE||National Farm to School Network|
Resources related to COVID-19 that will be relevant to the farm to school and farm to early care and education community.
|Institutional Food Systems and COVID-19 Resources||Farm to Institution New England|
Resource list includes COVID specific information on topics like farm to school, farmers markets, and available financial support. Geared towards the New England audience, but good information for all
|Farmers Markets Resources|
|Farmers Market Best Practices and Covid||Community Farm Alliance|
Guides and recommendations for farmers market operators, vendors, and customers to navigate farmers markets in the face of COVID.
|Online Platform Comparison Chart for Aggregated Sales||Lake Pepin Local Food Group||Comprehensive comparison of multiple online farmers market platforms|
|Farmers Market Shutdown Plan and Research||Richmond Farmers Market|
Presents data on the impact that farmers market closures are having on vendors nad customers, and presents options for mitigation
|Direct Market Farmer's Guide to Covid-19||Local Line|
Manual for farmers to help with online sales and may guide covid mitigation strategies
|FMC: Policy Updates and announcements for FMS||https://farmersmarketcoalition.org/farmers-markets-covid19/|
|FMC: Best Practices for FMs|
|COVID-19 and Your Farmers Markets||Ohio Farmers Market Network|
Recommendations based on a compliation of methods, tools, and resources for farmers markets, vendors, and consumers
|COVID-19 Resources for Farm to School/ECE||National Farm to School Network|
|CSA COVID Response/Resources|
Community Alliance with Family Farms/ CSA Innovation Network
COVID-19 is rapidly evolving so Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF) and the CSA Innovation Network are doing our best to try to compile CSA related information here, crowdsourcing for a cumulative result.
|COVID-19 Farmers Market Advocacy Toolkit||Carolina Farm Stewardship Association|
Tools and information to support in advocating for farmers markets to remain open during emergency orders related to the COVID-19
|Location Specific Resources|
|COVID in CA and USA Daily Updates||Individual Effort|
Updates on the Covid-19 response, with a focus on the Food System, Grocery Stores & Supply Chains as essential services in the Northern California region
|DC Corona virus response||People's School DC|
Very thorough and detailed resource list for DC residents, food access information and more