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Indiana Farm Bureau (INFB)
05/01/19 4:30 PM ET Receipt by email
Grants of up to $250 to Indiana educators, county Farm Bureaus, and their members for activities to promote agriculture and agricultural education. Funding may be used for programs, educational projects, and for educators or Bureau members to attend a conference or event.
The purpose of this program is to provide assistance to county Farm Bureaus, Farm Bureau members, and educators that do not have adequate funds for a new program, activity, or to attend an event that would enhance the promotion of agriculture and education.
Program examples could include, but are not limited to books for classrooms, incubator systems, supplies for school gardens, etc. Events could include, but are not limited to the National Ag in the Classroom Conference, AFBF Women’s Communication Boot Camp, summer educational programs, specialized educational conferences, etc.
The program or activity must be new. Existing programs or activities that are being significantly changed and/or expanded may also qualify. Individuals who would like to attend a conference or event must show the value of why they should attend the event and how it will enhance what they do when they return.
GrantWatch ID#: 180919
Indiana Farm Bureau will award grants of up to $250 to winning applicants.
County Farm Bureaus, Farm Bureau members, and educators are eligible.
Deadline: There will be two application periods. First round grant applications must be submitted by January 31st and winners will be announced at Spring Conference in March. The second deadline is May 1st and winners will be announced at the Ag in the Classroom Workshop in June. All applications are due to the home office by 4:30 p.m. (eastern) on the due date. If your application is not selected the first time, it can be resubmitted the next application period.
An application form must be completed by the county Farm Bureau, Farm Bureau member or educator. The form must be signed by the county president and/or county education and outreach coordinator and submitted to the INFB home office via email.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Applications must be submitted to the INFB home office via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Indiana Farm Bureau
225 South East St. Indianapolis, IN 46202
P.O. Box 1290 Indianapolis, IN 46206