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All six New England states are starting or expanding their own farm to institution networks to enhance collaboration within their state. By connecting advocates and identifying common challenges and shared areas of interest, network members will achieve together more than they could individually.

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Connecticut

The Constitution State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, Connecticut institutions spend more than $27 million on local food and serve more than 15 million meals each year.

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Maine

The Pine Tree State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, Maine institutions spend more than $9 million on local food and serve more than 8 million meals each year.   

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Massachusetts

The Bay State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, Massachusetts institutions spend more than $30 million on local food and serve more than 45 million meals each year.

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New Hampshire

The Granite State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, New Hampshire institutions spend more than $7 million on local food and serve more than 12 million meals each year.

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Rhode Island

The Ocean State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, Rhode Island institutions spend more than $25 million on local food and serve more than 5 million meals each year.

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Vermont

The Green Mountain State

Between schools, colleges, and hospitals, Vermont institutions spend more than $9 million on local food and serve more than 13 million meals each year.

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