Northeastern IPM Center Grant Programs
The Center administers grant programs that foster the development and adoption of integrated pest management.
The IPM Partnership Grants Program supports projects that further the mission of the Northeastern IPM Center, address or identify regional IPM priorities, and benefit the northeastern region at large. The current project types are: (1) IPM Applied Research, (2) IPM Working Groups, and (3) IPM Communications.
Proposals to this grant program must develop a Pest Management Strategic Plan (PMSP) or Production/Management Profile (PMP) for crops, livestock, forestry, or other systems that are significant to the Northeast. Proposals to develop PMSPs or PMPs for new topics, or to update outdated PMSPs or PMPs (more than five years old) are encouraged.
The RIPM program funded research and extension projects in the region. In 2014, the RIPM program was consolidated into the Crop Protection and Pest Management program, administered by USDA NIFA.
In 2007, the Center ran a one-year minigrant program to address IPM and water quality.