The 2020 FVI program was highly competitive. 56 proposals were received and resources allowed for 12 projects to be funded.
The New York Farm Viability Institute is deeply appreciative of the support provided by Governor Cuomo, and Assemblywoman Lupardo, Senator
Farm Viability is pleased to share that our 2019 annual report is now available. We enjoy sharing the highlights of
Syracuse—The New York Farm Viability Institute’s board of directors (NYFVI) elected Rob Noble of Noblehurst Farm in Linwood to serve
Great ideas, to solve important problems or leverage opportunities wanted. Farmer support makes for a more competitive proposal. Long term
NYFVI understands that not every good project will deliver near term impact. Applicants are encouraged to read the priority areas
In August 2017, I was honored to be elected as the chair of New York Farm Viability’s board of directors.
No one likes to hear about process. We agree that our projects are far more interesting. That said, we think
Farmers. Farmers are built into the entire process. Farm Viability’s goal is to continually connect the real world experience and
The farmer review process for the 2019 grant round is well underway. Farm Viability received 46 proposals requesting nearly $5