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Permalink Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health Pilot/Feasibility Projects Program

The Central States Center for Agricultural Safety and Health works with the agricultural community in the central states and beyond, conducting research, intervention, education, and outreach activities that aim to discover the mechanisms of injury and illness, and to develop, evaluate, and implement effective prevention strategies. The Center is accepting applications up to $20,000 for pilot/feasibility projects that can lead to the development of new and creative research, prevention, intervention, outreach, education, evaluation, or translation findings and outcomes. Pilot projects are primarily intended to assist investigators to obtain pilot data that can be used in pursuing support through other funding mechanisms. Research conducted in or involving participants and
communities in South Dakota, North Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, Kansas, and Missouri will be given priority.
A letter of intent to apply is due by July 20, 2018.

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