The Great Plains Center offers grant funding to both scholarly researchers and community organizations engaged in agricultural safety and health activities. The deadline for pilot grant proposals for the current cycle has passed (August 2nd, 2015). Information about the types of pilot projects can be viewed below.
Community Outreach/Education Grants
The goal of the Community Outreach and Education Grant Program is to enhance capacity to deliver evidence-based agricultural health programs. Community projects are typically submitted by staff employed by non-profit community entities delivering agricultural safety and health programs. Community projects will be judged for feasibility and potential impact.
Academic/Scholarly Research Grants
The goal of the scholarly research grant program is to create new agricultural safety and health knowledge and to assess and promote best safety and health practices. Scholarly research projects are typically submitted by students, staff, and faculty of academic institutions. Basic and applied research projects will be judged for scientific merit.
Current and Previously Funded Projects