Research Grants Program

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Research grants develop practices that contribute to an integrated pest management (IPM) system to reduce the use of pesticides of high regulatory concern and/or considered high-risk and their unanticipated impacts on public health and the environment. These IPM systems and practices may be promoted through DPRís Alliance Grants Program, which emphasizes outreach and implementation. Project proposals are reviewed by the departmentís staff and by the Pest Management Advisory Committee.

Research Grant Solicitation - 2020

The application period is now closed. The 2021/2022 solicitation will be released and concept applications will be accepted in September 2020.

2020 Funding Priority:

This year, the Pest Management Research Grant Program has two funding priorities:

1. Projects that identify, develop, and implement safer, practical, and sustainable alternatives to chlorpyrifos ($2.1 million).

2. Projects that develop methods or practices to reduce risks associated with pesticides of high regulatory concern and/or are considered high-risk and which can be incorporated into an IPM system ($500,000).

Funded Pest Management Research Grants (2013 - present)

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