Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health Community-Track Pilot Project Grants
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Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health
Letter of Intent
Oct 14, 2022
Dec 1, 2022
This opportunity provides funding for community-based
nonprofit organizations that are working to prevent
agricultural injury and illness through training and
Community-based outreach and translation projects should
develop, implement, and test innovative, evidence-based
interventions and outreach/ educational programs with an
emphasis on the practical application of agricultural
health and safety knowledge among agricultural producers
for the purpose of preventing agricultural illness and
Priority will be given to projects addressing stress and
mental health; chemical safety; and prevention of slips,
trips, falls, and other traumatic injuries.
Applications from under-represented racial and ethnic
groups as well as individuals with disabilities are
All people with an interest in agricultural health or
safety and appropriate knowledge, skills, and resources
are invited to submit an application.
Eligible applicants include:
- For-profit, nonprofit, and public or private
- Units of local or state government and eligible
- Units of local and state tribal government
- Faith- or community-based organizations.
Proposals for a pilot project from outside of the region
will be accepted if the proposals address agricultural
safety and health issues of relevance to agricultural
workforces within the upper U.S. Midwest.
Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, Wisconsin
Amount of funding
Up to $30,000 for a 12 month project period.
Agricultural health and safety · Elderly population · Farmers and farmworkers · Mental health · Migrants · People with disabilities · Population health · Racial and ethnic groups · Research methods and resources · Stress and stress disorders · Illinois · Indiana · Iowa · Kansas · Minnesota · Missouri · Nebraska · Ohio · Wisconsin
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