New Funding Opportunity – Risk Management Education for Producers Underserved by Crop Insurance. The application period is now closed.
North Central ERME Center delivered a webinar for potential applicants to the Underserved Producers RFA on Tuesday, February 25th. A recording of the webinar and a copy of the presentation slides from the webinar are available for your review.
Due to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 National Conference in Denver, CO, April 1 & 2 has been cancelled. A full refund of conference registration fees will be issued to all registrants. The conference program and agenda booklet, which includes abstracts for all concurrent sessions and poster presentations, is available on the conference website.
The 2020 Request for Applications is now closed. Those that submitted applications will be notified no later than mid-February, 2020. You can still read the North Central 2020 RFA.
Read the May 16, 2019 Cornhusker Economics!
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.
An applicant webinar was held for applicants considering submitting proposals to the North Central Extension Risk Management Education Center. The 2019 RFA was released September 17 and all applications are due Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 5:00 PM CST. View
Don’t forget final progress reports are due for 2017 projects! Progress reports are due for 2018 projects.
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!