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Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health Community Outreach/Education Grants

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Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health
Aug 14, 2017

Dr. Jenna Gibbs

Fred Gerr


This opportunity provides funding for new agricultural health and safety research, prevention, intervention, community outreach, and translation projects that have high likelihood of leading to more comprehensive projects or activities.

Proposed projects will be reviewed for feasibility and potential impact. Reviewers will consider agricultural health and safety priorities identified by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). See the review process section of the program website for a detailed list of NIOSH priorities.

Priority will be given to projects addressing unique farming populations (youth, migrant workers, women farmers), aging, pesticide and fertilizer use, mental health, and other new or emerging issues.

Two types of projects may be funded:

  1. Academic track projects by new academic/scientific investigators, graduate students, and those newly interested in agricultural safety and health research
  2. Community-based outreach and translation projects to test new and innovative outreach and educational methods that are designed to result in improved health and/or safety practices or enhanced service delivery by the applicant organization

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 institutions
  • Units of local or state government and eligible federal agencies
  • Units of local and state tribal government
  • Faith- or community-based organizations.
Geographic coverage
Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.
Amount of funding

Up to $30,000 per project.

It is anticipated that 3-4 projects will be funded.

Application process

Links to additional guidance and application materials are available on the program website.

The preferred submission method is by email to

If unable to send by email, send by mail or private carrier to:

Dr. Jenna Gibbs
Department of Occupational and Environmental Health
145 N Riverside Drive, CPHB Suite S313
Iowa City, IA 52242

Tagged as
Agricultural health and safety · Children and youth · Farmers and farmworkers · Mental health · Migrants · Research methods and resources · Women · Illinois · Iowa · Kansas · Minnesota · Missouri · Nebraska · North Dakota · South Dakota · Wisconsin

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