North Central IPM Grants

The North Central Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Center announces the availability of funding through its Working Group and Critical Issues programs. Applications for working group projects and critical issues projects should support the Center’s priorities, which can be found here. These priorities are based upon the Center’s Signature programs and are evaluated annually by regional stakeholders. Applications must be submitted online and are due by Friday, November 20, 2020, at 5:00 EST.  Questions may be directed to Lynnae Jess at jess@msu.edu.

North Central IPM Center Working Group Grants

Working Groups are to support collaboration among diverse groups to collaboratively address a regional IPM priority. Multi-state/tribal nation Working Groups address information, resource, and research needs in region-wide or broad areas to enhance communication and collaborations for the IPM topic area addressed by the Working Group. A Working Group could also coordinate efforts to develop proposals for additional funding to address critical issues within the North Central region.

Download the 2021 Request for Applications for Working Group Projects here.

To see 2020 funded projects, click here.

North Central IPM Center Critical Issues Grants

Competitive proposals are solicited for critical issues that address information, resource, and research needs with regional importance to minor crops, major crops, non-crop areas, IPM metrics and/or impact assessments, urban IPM, forestry, cropping systems, resistance management, advanced genetic tools and IPM, School IPM, Tribal IPM and other issues. The program is designed to provide one-time seed funding to help initiate work requiring immediate attention until other longer-term resources can be secured to address the issue. 

Download the 2021 Request for Applications for Critical Issue Projects here.

To see 2020 funded projects, click here.

Getting Started

To apply for either grant, you will use need to use our grant management system, which was launched in 2019. The tutorials below explain how to get started.