CA Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Research Grant for IPM – Due 9/14/23
2024 Department of Pesticide Regulation Research Grants Program
Department of Pesticide Regulation
To promote safer, more sustainable pest management practices in California, the Department of Pesticide Regulation's (DPR) Research Grants Program provides funding to develop integrated pest management (IPM) practices in agricultural, urban, or wildland settings that reduce the risks from pesticides which are high-risk, of regulatory concern, or are of human health or environmental concern in California.
DPR's Research Grants Program has up to $800,000 in funding available for research projects that seek to further IPM in agricultural, urban, or wildland settings. Developed practices should aim to reduce the use of high-risk pesticides or pesticides that are of regulatory concern and seek to mitigate the impacts of pesticides on human health and the environment.
Eligible grantees include nonprofits agencies, tribal governments, individuals, businesses, and public agencies, including those from outside of California; however, project work must primarily benefit the people of California.
Total Amount Available:
September 14, 2023
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