Accept SNAP at Your Farm – MA, RI

Accept SNAP at Your Farm

 Sign Up to accept SNAP at Your Farm in Massachusetts or Rhode Island

Please join New Entry Sustainable Farming Project on Tuesday May 22nd for a workshop to signup your farm or eligible food vendor business to accept SNAP, WIC coupons, and Farmers Market Nutrition Coupons. Farmers and vendors from both MA and RI are welcome! Representatives from the Mass. Department of Transitional Assistance, the Mass. Department of Agricultural Resources, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture will be there to walk you through the process and help get your paperwork done on the spot. Sign up to accept SNAP at your farm this spring!
The Sign Up to Accept SNAP at Your Farm event will be held at Round the Bend Farm, 92 Allen Neck Road Dartmouth MA, 02748. Drop in times are from 10 am- 4 pm but please RSVP to or 978-654-6745 x103. 
 If you plan to register for a USDA FNS please bring with you to the event: 

1) Picture ID (driver’s license or passport) for ALL principal business owners (can be a photocopy) 
2) Social Security Card (or other official document with your name and SSN, i.e. top page of tax return) 
3) Copy of a voided check for the bank account you will use to deposit funds 

New Entry, an initiative of Tufts University’s Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy and additional partners, works locally, regionally, and across the country to strengthen local food systems by supporting new farmers. We serve and collaborate with the people, communities, and organizations in Massachusetts, the Northeast, and beyond! Click below to learn how you can get involved with New Entry.

The New Entry Sustainable Farming Project’s (New Entry) mission is to improve our local and regional food systems by training the next generation of farmers to produce food that is sustainable, nutritious, and culturally-appropriate and making this food accessible to individuals regardless of age, mobility, ethnicity, or socio-economic status.  In doing this work, we provide critical training, career development, and economic opportunity to new farmers.

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