If you qualify, you may get $30 in Farm To Family coupons. They can be used to buy locally-grown, fresh fruits, fresh vegetables and fresh-cut herbs at participating farmers markets and farm stands.
Who is eligible & how to apply?
- Families enrolled in the Department of Health’s WIC Program.
Apply at special Farm to Family sessions in your area. Get the schedule in the June WIC newsletter or by calling your local health office.
- Vermont households with incomes at or below 185% of the federal poverty limit. Apply at your local Community Action Agency.
Call in mid-June to find out where the coupons will be distributed.
Some coupons will be reserved for eligible households that include someone aged 60 or older.
Income limits for the 2019 season: $1,926 a month for a single person, $2,607 for a couple, $3,289 for a family of three, $3,970 for a family of four and $4,652 for a family of five.
When can I apply?
The application process begins on July 1 this year. Coupons are provided when you apply. Distribution is on a first come, first served basis until all coupons are gone. Apply early! Some offices run out quickly.
Coupons are valid for only one market season; they expire on October 31st each year.
Read 2019 Information for Coupon Shoppers for information about program rules, tips about shopping for fresh produce and more.
Links to Recipes & More
Other Food Help
- Crop Cash (doubles 3SquaresVT benefits at farmers' markets)
- Vermont Farm Share (help buying fruits & veggies from local farmers)
- Vermont Foodbank - Food Shelves (food shelves near you)
Farm to Family is a program of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
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