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IPM Partnership Grants

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (November 22, 2009)

The Northeastern Integrated Pest Management Center is pleased to announce the availability of funding for 2010 through the IPM Partnership Grants Program, which is supported by the USDA. A full Request for Applications (RFA) for the program is linked from: http://NortheastIPM.org

 Approximately $450,000 will be available in 2010 to fund projects that foster the development and adoption of integrated pest management.The program seeks applications for five project types: (1) IPM Working Groups, (2) IPM Issues, (3) Regional IPM Publications, (4) IPM Planning and Assessment Documents, and (5) IPM Minigrants. Anyone in the Northeast may apply. Submissions from private individuals, public and private institutions or organizations, businesses, and commodity groups are encouraged. The primary project director must be from the northeastern region. Applications must be submitted online and are due Monday, December 14, 2009. See the complete RFA for full submission instructions.

If you have questions about the program, please contact grants manager John Ayers, co-director of the Northeastern IPM Center, Pennsylvania State University (phone 814-235-0688; email jea@psu.edu).

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