Alliance Grants Program

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DPR’s Pest Management Alliance Grant Program, established in 1997, provides funding for projects that increase implementation and adoption of proven, effective integrated pest management (IPM) practices that reduce pesticide risks to human health and the environment. A key component of these projects funded is the formation of an Alliance, a team of individuals representing state, local, public, private, educational, and other stakeholders in the adoption and implementation of urban and agricultural IPM practices. Project proposals are reviewed by the department’s Pest Management Advisory Committee.

Projects should focus on adoption of integrated pest management (IPM) practices in agricultural settings near schools.


Alliance Grant Solicitation - 2017/2018

  • The application submission period is now closed. The next grant solicitation notice for 2018/2019 grants is scheduled to be issued in early January 2018.

Funded Pest Management Alliance Grants (2007-present) – project summaries and final reports.

1997-2002 Pest Management Alliance Program – summaries and final reports for projects completed from 1997 to 2002.

1995-2002 Pest Management Grants Program – links to summaries and final reports for projects completed from 1995 to 2002.


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