The 2019 North Central ERME Request for Applications has been released. Go to Apply for Funding. On-line applications will be accepted beginning Monday, September 17, 2018. All applications are due November 15, 2018 at 5:00 PM CST.
For needs assessment documents see Apply For Funding.
Plan to take part in a Strengthening Health and Farm Webinar on Wednesday, October 24, 2018; 1:00 – 2:30 pm Eastern Daylight Time.
The 2018 National ERME Conference was held April 11-12 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The proceedings with presenter powerpoints are now available at 2018 National ERME Conference Proceedings. Make your plans to attend the 2019 National ERME Conference in Louisville, Kentucky April 3-4!
Read the May 16, 2018 Cornhusker Economics from the North Central ERME Center.
About us…….Established in 2001, the North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center funds results-based, producer-focused, competitive grants with funding from the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). We are located at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Serving the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin; the Center provides funding annually for individual programs which directly benefit the agricultural producer through a competitive application process.
Our mission and the mission of the national program is educating America’s farmers and ranchers to manage the unique risks of producing food for the world’s table.
Each spring the NCERME Center writes an annual report which is published in the UNL Department of Agricultural Economics newsletter, Cornhusker Economics. This is the 2018 edition.
Read about the 2018 funded projects from the North Central ERME Center. Congratulations to the new project directors!
Be sure to read the newest edition of Cornhusker Economics! It tells a bit about the North Central ERME and risk management education as well as our 2017 projects!
The 2017 RFA is now closed! The 2017 grant recipients have been announced. For more specific information about the ERME application process go to Apply for Funding.
From time to time a project is so unique or successful that it merits a “shout out” in the form of a success story. We continually update these stories as more projects are completed and approved. Success and Legacy Stories