Funding Available for Conservation
Organic Farming Practices

The $50 million EQIP program, (a huge victory of OFRF's policy efforts), is providing financial and technical assistance to growers who implement innovative conservation practices.

Don't let this opportunity pass you by.

Be the first to apply by 
February 3, 2012

To apply, visit your USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) local service center.

Our friends at the National Center for Appropriate Technology have created a comprehensive info site for applicants, including links to all of the necessary documents for the program.

Conserve Organically!

Maureen Wilmot, Executive Director

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Don't miss the last call on March 9, 2012

Organic Agriculture Research and Extension Initiative (OREI)

It's not exactly clear how much OREI funding will be included in the 2012 Farm Bill. This is what OFRF is fighting for everyday!

What is clear is that you have an opportunity to 'make hay while the sun shines' from 2008 funding. In fact, this marks the last funding cycle issued under 2008 legislation.

3 project types now offered include:

  • Integrated research and extension projects
  • Conference proposals
  • Analytical proposals highlighting impact since program inception in 2002

Take advantage of the largest single source of organic research and education funding. Send your proposals in TODAY!

Go Organic!

Maureen Wilmot, Executive Director

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