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Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health Academic/Scholarly Research Grants

Great Plains Center for Agricultural Health
Oct 29, 2021

Kate Crawford


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

Priority will be given to projects addressing mental health; machine safety; chemical safety; and slips, trips, and falls prevention.


The GPCAH especially encourages applications from new academic/scientific investigators (including graduate students) and those newly interested in agricultural safety and health research. Such investigators are encouraged to apply in collaboration with more experienced health scientists. Academic track projects should have a specific scientific hypothesis and should aim to advance the state of scientific knowledge relevant to the prevention of agricultural illness and injury.

Individuals from under-represented racial and ethnic groups as well as individuals with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.

Geographic coverage
Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Ohio, South Dakota, Wisconsin
Amount of funding

Up to $30,000 per project.

Application process

Links to additional guidance, application instructions, and required forms are available on the program website.

Email completed applications to

Tagged as
Agricultural health and safety · Elderly population · Farmers and farmworkers · Mental health · Migrants · Minorities · People with disabilities · Population health · Research methods and resources · Illinois · Indiana · Iowa · Kansas · Michigan · Minnesota · Missouri · Nebraska · North Dakota · Ohio · South Dakota · Wisconsin

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