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Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI)
Food, Agriculture, Natural Resources and Human Sciences Education and Literacy Initiative
Due dates: February 11, 2016 (for the Predoctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships Programs),
March 18, 2016 (for the Professional Development Opportunities for Secondary School Teachers Programs) and
March 24, 2016 (for the Research and Extension Experiential Learning for Undergraduate Fellowships)
(Last checked 06/04/18)

Agriculture/Food RFP Funding Opportunities Posted by the Foundation Center RFP Bulletin
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Agriculture Grants Available through the State of Michigan, try the Michigan Electronic Grants Administration and Management System Portal (EGrAMS).

Agriculture Grants Available from the U.S. Government
Posted on Grants.gov
Some of the most recent grant announcements from the U.S. government.
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American Agri-Women Daughters of American Agriculture Scholarship
Women in farming or ranching, including wives and daughters of farmers and ranchers, may be eligible for the Daughters of American Agriculture Scholarships, worth $1,000 each. Daughters of American Agriculture was created to honor the memory of the "courageous and adventuresome pioneer women who played such an important role in the founding of this nation" and to "encourage the present generation to continue their education in agricultural pursuits." DAA scholarship awards are not renewable.
(Last checked 06/04/18)

American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture
Over the past 30+ years, the foundation has supported a wide range of research. In its early years, projects dealt with farm safety, public lands, asparagus marketing, and control of Africanized bees and fire ants. Later, major projects included effects of the North American Free Trade Agreement on American agriculture, reduction of elimination of crop protection tools for minor crops, development of a self-help checklist for water quality, rural health issues, and rural disaster relief. More recent projects have dealt with risk management, best management practices, agricultural marketing, nutrient managment, agricultural watersheds, remote sensing technology, and manure management. In 1998, the foundation expanded its scope to include agricultural education. This will include both classroom and consumer education programs about agriculture. As the public becomes further and further removed from the production of food and fiber, it becomes more important that educational programs and materials are available to create an understanding of the industry.
(Last checked 06/04/18)

American Farmland Trust
Steward of the Land Award
Deadline: Dec. 1
Throughout America there are farmers for whom protecting agricultural land is more than a worthwhile goal -- it's a lifelong commitment. These farmers not only lead by example on their own farms, but they actively work to promote land stewardship at the community and state levels. To recognize these individuals, American Farmland Trust established the $10,000 Steward of the Land Award. Now in its eighth year, the award recognizes the American farmer or farm family who best demonstrates leadership in protecting farmland and caring for the environment. The award honors the memory of Peggy McGrath Rockefeller, an avid farmer and conservationist who helped found AFT. Nominees are judged on their efforts to promote farmland protection and to practice land stewardship on their farms. Winners receive a $10,000 cash stipend and a special memento inscribed with the recipient's name.
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American Floral Endowment (AFE)
Floriculture Scholarships and Internships
The Endowment supports educational programs focused on attracting young people to the industry, and educational endeavors to identify and solve industry needs and/or challenges. The programs are divided into two major areas:
(1) paid intern scholarships for full time college students seeking a career in floriculture.
(2) first scholarships
(3) general educational grants that are national in scope.
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American Rhododendron Society
Fund research related to botanical research, breeding research, cultural research, Cytological and genetical research, fertilization practices, pest control research, physiological research, propagation research, and supports review papers and popular publications. Visit the web page for specifics.
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Angus Foundation
Undergraduate Scholarships
Application forms available November 1
In 2009, the Angus Foundation will make available general scholarships to students pursuing an undergraduate degree in higher education. Two $5,000 scholarships will be given in memory of former American Angus Association executive vice president Richard "Dick" Spader. In addition, a number of $3,000 scholarships and $1,000 scholarships will be awarded.
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Annie's Homegrown Sustainable Agriculture Scholarship
Deadline : December 15
Available for graduate and undergraduate students. Grants seem to be for $10,000 or $2,500. $100,000 awarded in total annually.
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Biodiversity International
Research Fellowships
Bioversity International offers individual training for students and working professionals from both developed and developing countries. The aim is to: (1) strengthen capacity to conserve and make effective and sustainable use of agricultural biodiversity; (2) provide mentoring and experience in an international agriculture research environment; and (3) give promising young scientists an opportunity to conduct research on topics of priority to agrobiodiversity and to publish their results. Bioversity offers Research Fellowships that target young scientists from developing countries and provide sponsorship to conduct research on issues relating to plant and forestry genetic resources. Current opportunities include:
Vavilov-Frankel Fellowship
Abdou-Salam Ouedraogo Fellowship
Other Competitive Grant Schemes
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Bourlaug Fellowships
The Norman E. Borlaug International Agricultural Science and Technology Fellowship Program promotes food security and economic growth by providing research and training opportunities for scientists and policymakers from developing and middle-income countries. USDA partners with U.S. land grant universities, international research centers, and other institutions to provide up to 12 weeks of U.S.-based training for Borlaug Fellows each year. Fellows may also attend the annual World Food Prize Symposium, held in October in Des Moines, Iowa.... The Borlaug Fellowship Program honors Norman E. Borlaug, the American agronomist, humanitarian and Nobel laureate who is known as the "father of the Green Revolution." Since the program's inception in 2004, approximately 700 fellows from 64 countries have participated in research and training focused on a wide array of agriculture-related topics, including agronomy, veterinary science, nutrition, food safety, sanitary and phytosanitary issues, natural resource management, agricultural biotechnology, global climate change, agricultural economics and agricultural policy.
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Cochran Fellowships
The Cochran Fellowship Program provides short-term training opportunities to agricultural professionals from middle income countries, emerging markets and emerging democracies. Cochran fellows come to the United States, generally for 2-3 weeks, to work with U.S. universities, government agencies and private companies. They receive hands-on training to enhance their technical knowledge and skills in areas related to agricultural trade, agribusiness development, management, policy and marketing. The goals of the Cochran Fellowship Program are: (1) to help eligible countries develop agricultural systems necessary to meet the food and fiber needs of their domestic populations; and (2) to strengthen and enhance trade linkages between eligible countries and agricultural interests in the United States. Since its start in 1984, the Cochran Program has provided training for more than 14,300 fellows from 123 countries. The program is named for U.S. Senator Thad Cochran of Mississippi.
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Eisenhower Fellowships (USA Program)
Since 1999, Eisenhower Fellowships has sent more than 250 U.S. citizens and permanent residents abroad. The USA Fellowship provides proven mid-career leaders with a customized four- or five-week professional experience in one or two countries in the EF network, as well as lifetime membership in a global community of fellows. Fellows hail from all professional fields, and represent the private, public and nonprofit sectors. USA Fellows are recruited on a national basis, with Leadership Steering Committees helping nominate and interview candidates in four regional hubs: Boston, MA; Research Triangle, NC; St. Louis, MO; and Philadelphia, PA. In 2016, two new regional hubs will open in San Francisco and Chicago to enhance the depth and breadth of the USA network. On fellowship, USA Fellows meet with leaders in their fields who can help them achieve their program goals, including many international Eisenhower Fellows. These interactions push Fellows to look beyond the day-to-day of their professional lives; to broaden and enhance their global perspective and partnerships; and to have a greater impact in their home region and professional sphere.
Exceptional candidates who receive a USA Fellowship participate in one of three programs:
(1) USA Fellowship: Around 10 candidates are awarded a five-week fellowship and visit one or two countries in the EF network. In collaboration with program staff and international Fellows, USA Fellows select the most professionally relevant and rewarding destinations from a list of nearly 30 countries in all regions of the globe. Wherever they travel, USA Fellows find themselves members of a global family of Fellows located all over the world, who support USA programming.
(2) Zhi-Xing China Eisenhower Fellowship: Ten candidates are awarded a four-week fellowship focused exclusively to China. This new program was launched in 2015 after many years of partnership between EF and the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE). Starting in Beijing and ending in Shanghai, Fellows experience two and a half weeks of individualized programming in cities and towns across China.
(3) EF Agriculture Program: EF's Agricultural Committee selects one Fellow each year who works in industrial agricultural production -- an active farmer or rancher -- to visit one or two countries in the EF network. Fellows have explored such topics as water conservation, soil health, animal husbandry and crop rotation.
(Last checked 06/04/18)

Entomological Foundation
Undergraduate Scholarships
Deadline: July 1
These awards are intended for undergraduate students in entomology, zoology, biology, or a related science at a college or university in the United States, Mexico, or Canada. Students must have accumulated a minimum of 30 college credit hours at the time the award is presented, in August. Students must have completed at least one course or a project in entomology. Preference will be given to students with demonstrated financial need.
(1) Stanley Beck Fellowship : This award assists needy students at the graduate or undergraduate level of their education in entomology and related disciplines at a college or university in the United States, Mexico or Canada. The is based on physical limitations or economic, minority, or environmental conditions. This fellowship was established as a tribute to Stanley D. Beck, a notable scientist who pursued his profession despite the effects of a debilitating disease. Made annually, amount of the fellowship varies each year.
(2) BioQuip Undergraduate Scholarship
Annually, BioQuip Products, a major supplier of entomology equipment, also sponsors a $2000 scholarship for a student interested in entomology.
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Farm Service Agency
Outreach Programs
The Farm Service Agency regularly works with underserved and limited resource farmers and ranchers to become more efficient operators and more economically viable. Targeted programs include:
(1) African American;
(2) Agricultural Mediation;
(3) Asian American and Pacific Islander;
(4) Hispanic American;
(5) Native American;
(6) Resource Conservation and Development;
(7) Women
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Food and Agricultural Sciences National Needs Graduate and Postgraduate Fellowship (NNF) Grants Program
Deadline: October 31
Land grant institutions are eligible to apply.
This grant program supports: (1) training students for master's and doctoral degrees in food, agricultural and natural resource sciences; and (2) Special International Study or Thesis/Dissertation Research Travel Allowances (IRTA) for eligible USDA NNF beneficiaries. Awards are specifically intended to support traineeship programs that engage outstanding students to pursue and complete their degrees in USDA mission areas. Applicants provide clarity about the philosophy of their graduate training, and relevance to USDA mission sciences, NIFA priorities and national science education policies and statistics. Applications are being solicited from institutions that confer a graduate degree in at least one of the following Targeted Expertise Shortage Areas: 1) animal and plant production; 2) forest resources; 3) agricultural educators and communicators; 4) agricultural management and economics; 5) food science and human nutrition; 6) sciences for agricultural biosecurity; and 7) training in integrative biosciences for sustainable food and agricultural systems.
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Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research
Rapid Outcomes from Agricultural Research (ROAR) Program
The Rapid Outcomes from Agricultural Research (ROAR) program, created by FFAR, provides nimble deployment of funds to support research and outreach in response to emerging or unanticipated threats to the nationís food supply or agricultural systems. ROAR participants, including but not limited to university researchers, farmers or producers, commodity groups and government officials, may apply for funds prior to an outbreak for development of diagnostics, monitoring and mitigation strategies, or enter into an agreement with FFAR that enables the quick release of funds should an outbreak occur. In this way, the ROAR program supports pre-outbreak efforts, and in the case of an outbreak, fills the gap until traditional, longer-term funding sources can be secured. Up to $150,000 per one-year grant is available from FFAR, with the requirement that recipients provide equal or greater matching funds from non-U.S. federal sources. The annual proposal deadline is May 1.
(Last checked 06/04/18)

Future Farmers of America Scholarship Programs
Each year the National FFA Organization awards more than $2 million in scholarships to members. There are many types of scholarships to fit the many types of FFA members. The names of the scholarships change over time as different corporate sponsors are recruited.
Also listed under Grants for Individuals--Undergraduates.
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Garden Club of America
Scholarship Opportunities
Offer a variety of scholarships including ones for the study of horticulture and botany. Check out the Scholarships Brochure
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Gloeckner Foundation (Fred C.)
The Gloeckner Foundation awards grants for research and educational projects in floriculture and related fields (such as agricultural economics, agricultural engineering, entomology, plant breeding, plant pathology, and plant physiology related to floriculture) at universities, colleges and Federal research institutions in the United States. The proposed research and educational projects must be of substantial importance, and the results made available to the interested public. Grants are awarded on the basis of project outlines, including objectives as well as methods, procedures, materials, equipment and personnel involved in the project. Requests for only equipment are considered when supported by a research project outline. An application form is available from the Foundation office and upon completion should be returned to the Foundation at 600 Mamaroneck Ave., Harrison, N.Y. 10528.
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A Guide to Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships in International Forestry and Natural Resources
An online version of the 1995 publication "A Guide to Grants, Fellowships, and Scholarships in International Forestry and Natural Resources" [Document No. FS-584 by the US Forest Service]. The guide contains "a detailed description of grants, fellowships, and scholarships available to university students, scholars, and professionals seeking funding to undertake studies or research in forestry or natural resources." Each award listing links to the homepage of the funding organization (where available).
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Kellogg Biological Station
Scholarships and Fellowships
To offset some of the expenses associated with coming to a field station, Michigan State University offers a variety of scholarships, fellowships, and awards for undergraduate and graduate students interested in taking courses or conducting research at KBS. Preference will be given to MSU students and those who plan to live in residence at KBS, but students from any institution may apply. In addition to these funds, there are jobs and internships available.
(Last checked 06/04/18)

Lindbergh Foundation
A foundation dedicated to furthering Charles and Anne Morrow Lindbergh's shared vision of a balance between technological advancement and environmental preservation. Lindbergh Grants are made in the following categories: agriculture; aviation/aerospace; conservation of natural resources - including animals, plants, water, and general conservation (land, air, energy, etc.); education - including humanities/education, the arts, and intercultural communication; exploration; health - including biomedical research, health and population sciences, and adaptive technology; and waste minimization and management. A Jonathan Lindbergh Brown Grant may be given to a project to support adaptive technology or biomedical research which seeks to redress imbalance between an individual and his or her human environment. Grants are made to individuals as well as educational and publication programs. [Health; environment; education; science]
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Michigan Apple Research Committee
The Michigan Apple Committee (MAC) has an industry mission to improve the profitability of apple growing through improving production information and techniques; developing new markets and new products; and identifying consumer trends and facts. MAC wishes to support innovative research that helps achieve this mission. Whether your proposal is a continuation of a current project or a new idea, you are requested to submit a preliminary proposal.
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Michigan Farm Bureau
Deadline : January 10
Michigan Farm Bureau offers three scholarships to students enrolled at Michigan State University pursuing a degree in the college of agriculture and natural resources. Applications are available after August 15 in the county Farm Bureau offices.
The Marge Karker Scholarship is designed for two-year Agricultural Technology Students. This is a $1,500 scholarship given to two second-year students per year. Students should apply during their first year of the program.
In addition, many county farm bureau scholarships are available for new and returning college students. The requirements and deadlines vary by county.
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Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee
The Michigan Soybean Promotion Committee is now accepting pre-proposals for research, promotional and/or educational projects.
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Michigan State University
AgBio Research
Commodity Group and Agriculture Industry Funding
Sample funders for Michigan State University research projects have included the Cherry Marketing Institute, Michigan Apple Committee, US Apple Association, Michigan Farm Bureau, National Corn Growers Association, and the National Pork Producers Council. This web site lists all organizations that have had typical overhead fees waived as well as current requests for proposals.
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Michigan State University
Agricultural, Food, and Resource Economics
Graduate Student Funding
Lists funding opportunities available to Michigan State University students. Some opportunities are restricted to U.S. students; others are available to residents of other countries.
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Michigan State University
Forestry Department
Forests Forever Scholars Programs
Covers both undergraduate and graduate level opportunities.
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Michigan State University
Sustainable Michigan Endowed Project - Enhancing dialog and research for a sustainable Michigan
SMEP provides a venue for ongoing scholarly reflection and critique on the sustainability of Michigan, as well as seed grants for sustainability research from a Michigan state-level perspective. SMEP also provides a venue for on-going, long-term sustainability discourse with the goal of influencing the intellectual culture within MSU, and particularly the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources.
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Michigan Turfgrass Foundation
Research Grants
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National Corn Growers Association
The National Corn Growers Association and BASF Corporation have joined forces for the second year to award five $1,000 scholarships annually to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing a degree in an agriculture-related field.
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National Garden Clubs Scholarships and Awards
The program offers financial aid to students majoring in one of the following fields of study: agronomy; agriculture education; floriculture; horticulture; landscape design; botany, biology; forestry; wildlife science; plant pathology/science; city (rural and urban) planning; habitat or forest/systems ecology; environmental concerns (management: environmental, horticulture resource/environmental behavior); environmental conservation (inc. engineering, etc.); land management and/or other related or allied subjects. Also listed under Grants for Individuals--Environment
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National Institute of Food and Agriculture
Funding Opportunities
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National Potato Council
Graduate Student Scholarship
Deadline : June 15
This year, NPC will award a $10,000 academic scholarship to one graduate-level student conducting research for the benefit of the potato industry. The winner is selected based on a number of criteria, including academic achievement, leadership abilities, potato-related areas of graduate study, benefit to the potato industry/commercial value, extracurricular activities, and grades.
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North American Strawberry Growers Association
Research Foundation Grants
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Perennial Plant Association
Grant funds are available from the Perennial Plant Association (PPA) to be used for research. Although our basic criterion for research proposals are in direct relationship to the herbaceous perennial industry, preference will be given to quality proposals for research on slow release fertilizers, height reduction by growth regulators, techniques to increase bud (eye) production, propagation techniques, and invasive species. Guidelines for the format of the proposal are included.
The grants are available to any recognized non-profit entity in the United States or Canada. No overhead will be paid to the institution on these grants. Although the researcher may wish to publish the results in a refereed journal first, the grant recipient is expected to make a written report of the findings to the PPA. The written report will be published, all or in part, in Perennial Plants, the PPA journal. When results are published elsewhere, mention must be made of support by the Perennial Plant Association.
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Scholarships, Fellowships and Postdoctoral Awards for Students : Biology, Environmental Sciences and Agriculture
Covers Agronomy, Botany, Fisheries, Horticulture, Limnology, Marine Sciences, Oceanography, Wildlife, Zoology. A compilation by Francisco Alberto Tomei Torres.
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University of California, Berkeley
College of Natural Resources
Community Forestry & Environmental Research Partnershiph
Graduate Fellowship Program
Deadline: Applications must be received by February 1
The U.S. Community Forestry Research Fellowship Program provides fellowships to graduate students to support their field work in communities in the United States. The awards are up to $15,000 for dissertation fellows, up to $7,000 for masters fellows, and $2,000 for predissertation fellows. The program accepts proposals dealing with the broad array of issues and resources in community forestry, including, but not limited to, collaborative processes and conflict resolution, social networks, political ecology of forest communities, urban forestry issues, watershed restoration, park creation and management, forest labor issues, non-timber forest product production (floral greens, basket-making materials, wild mushrooms, maple syrup, etc.), and revitalization of local life-ways and cultures. Questions concerning issues of social justice and equity are especially welcome.
Eligibility: Students at any institution of higher learning may apply for a fellowship. The applicant must be enrolled in a degree-granting program in the social sciences, economics, environmental science, forestry, agriculture, or natural resource management, policy and planning at their home institution. Applicants must be engaged in research that deals directly with or is explicitly relevant to U.S. forest communities. Field work must be participatory; Fellows must work actively with members of the community in which they are conducting research to engage them in the research process.
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Women's National Farm and Garden Association, Inc.
Scholarships and Awards
The WNFGA has an ever-growing emphasis on educational awards and scholarships in agricultural, horticultural and related fields of study. In addition to awards granted by branches and divisions, Association scholarship programs include undergraduate and graduate study in agriculture and horticultural therapy; oceanography and aquatic study; and an award designated for the physically handicapped. Since 1914, educational awards and scholarships have totaled over $1 million dollars.
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Foundation Grants to Individuals Online (Main Library Access Only)
Find information about 10,000 foundation profiles at your fingertips, including foundation and public charity programs that have funded individual grantseekers for everything from scholarship opportunities to research needs. Updated weekly.
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An extensive online grants database owned and operated by Schoolhouse Partners, and it contains more than 16,000 funding opportunities provided by more than 5,100 unique sponsoring organizations. Also provides a selection of funding news.
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MSU Scholarships
Michigan State University has hundreds of scholarship opportunities available. Opportunities can be a combination of general scholarships (open to all students) and departmental scholarships (restricted to students within a specific major or field of study). Scholarships may be recommended to you at different times throughout the year as applications become available, so we suggest visiting MSU Scholarships often. Please keep in mind this section lists scholarships available regardless if you are eligible or not. Please note that some scholarships utilize an "Auto-Match" feature which will not require you to apply directly for the scholarship to be considered eligible. These scholarships will be indicated by the word "None" in the Action column. For scholarships for which you need to apply, please make a note of the deadline, as late submissions will not be accepted. Admitted students who have paid their deposit and currently enrolled students: Sign in using your MSU NetID and password to begin the scholarship application process. Once logged in, the system will automatically direct you to required applications.
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Cornell University
Graduate School Fellowship Database
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If you have access to the world wide web and are willing to fill in the online forms, this service promises a free customized list of financial aid sources. FastWeb is actually a searchable database of more than 400,000 private sector scholarships, fellowships, grants, and loans from more than 3,000 sources for all levels of higher education. First-time visitors have to register (first and last name and a user ID), then complete a profile, including background and fields of study. Registrants then receive a list of all currently relevant funding sources. The registration information is stored and can be used on subsequent visits. The entire sign-up process, and delivery of available funding sources, can be a bit tedious: about five to twenty minutes, depending on the connection speed. Approximately 500 new scholarships are added to the database daily, so registrants can stay current. Provided courtesy of Financial Aid Information Page and Student Services, Inc. created by Mark Kantrowitz and sponsored by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators.
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The books mentioned on this page are available for public use in the Michigan State University Libraries. If you are unable to visit our library, consider visiting a Foundation Center Funding Information Network Partner in your home state or a local public library in your home town. If the books are not available there, ask about interlibrary loan or visit a local bookstore to find out whether they can be purchased.

Food, Farm, and Garden Funding : 300+ Grants, Scholarships, and More in the U.S. and Canada. Pamela Burke. Amazon.com Create Space, 2015. 133pp. In process : Offering healthier food and menu options is now the norm. But funding is often the missing key ingredient. Food, farm, and garden groups have an abundance of passion -- but financing is often an issue. All across North America, community, school and farm groups, nonprofit organizations, students and local governments are seeking funding for community and school gardens, farm markets, value added products, hubs, best practice education and more. With this book you can search among 300+ food, farm, and garden supporters to find possible funding partners. Bonus sections include information includes information about writing a grant, technical assistance providers and other fundraising methods.

How to Pay for Your Degree in Agriculture & Related Fields. Gail A Schlachter and R. David Weber. El Dorado Hills, Ca. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .H695
Are you interested in preparing for a career in agriculture or a related field? Then this new guide from Reference Service Press is for you! In How to Pay for Your Degree in Agriculture & Related Fields, you'll have--right at your finger tips--information on nearly a billion dollars set aside specifically for students working on a 2-year, 4-year, master's, or doctoral degree in agricultural science, animal science, apiculture, ranching, cooperative extension, dairy science, agricultural economics, crops or soils science, enology/viticulture, horticulture, and many other related fields. In all, more than 500 targeted scholarships, fellowships, grants, loans, and awards are targeted here. Each program description is prepared from current material supplied by the sponsoring organization. In seconds, you can read about the purpose, eligibility, monetary award, duration, special features, limitations, number awarded, and deadline date for any program that interests you. Plus, the book is organized so you can search for aid by type (scholarships, fellowships, loans, grants, etc.), program title, sponsor, residency, tenability, agricultural specialty, and even deadline date.

Money for Graduate Students in the Biological Sciences. El Dorado Hills, Calif. : Reference Service Press, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2337.2 .M653
Lists fellowships, grants, and awards set aside specifically for graduate students interested in working on a master's, professional, or doctoral degree in: Agronomy, Animal sciences, Botany, Entomology, Environmental sciences, Horticulture, Marine sciences, Veterinary sciences, Zoology, and related fields. Programs listed have to offer at least $1,000 per year to each recipient (and many go way beyond that, awarding full tuition or $30,000+ to graduate students annually), knowing that not one dollar of that will need to be repaid (provided, of course, that stated requirements are met)!

Annual Register of Grant Support
Wilmette, Ill. : National Register Publishing Co., annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .A7
Includes information on programs sponsored by government agencies, public and private foundations, educational and professional associations, special interest organizations and corporations. Covers a broad range of interests including academic and scientific research, publication support, equipment and construction support, in-service training, competitions and prizes, and travel and exchange programs. Organized by broad subject areas with four indexes: subject, organization and program, geographic and personnel.

Directory of Research Grants
Phoenix, Ariz. : The Oryx Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .D5
An annual print version of the Grants Database. Contains information about grants and fellowships available for research projects from federal and state governments, private foundations, professional organizations, and corporations. List grants programs by specific funding areas; indexed by sponsoring organization and grant name.

Foundation Grants to Individuals
New York, N.Y. : Foundation Center, biennial. Funding Center (1 East) LB2336 .F6
The most comprehensive listing available of private foundations which provide financial assistance to individuals. The foundations described have made grants to students, artists, scholars, foreign individuals, minorities, musicians, scientists and writers for scholarships, fellowships, student loans, internships, residencies, arts and cultural projects, medical and emergency assistance, residencies and travel programs.

The Grants Register
New York, N.Y. : St. Martin's Press, annual. Funding Center (1 East) LB2338 .G7
The complete guide to postgraduate funding worldwide.


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