Tribal College Research Grant Program

Climate Programs
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USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture

The 1994 Land-Grants often serve as the primary institution of scientific inquiry, knowledge and learning for reservation communities. This funding allows them to address the questions that matter to these communities such as protecting reservation forests or monitoring water quality. Projects may help a tribe improve bison herd productivity, discover whether traditional plants can play a role in managing diabetes or control invasive species. The grant's partnership requirement ensures that other federal and Land-Grant research entities can share resources and knowledge with these, the newest Land-Grants. In addition, this grant places an emphasis on training students in science.

reservation communities, science, research, tribal education, tribal colleges
Contact Information: 
Tim Grosser Position/Title:National Program Leader Office:Division of Community and Education (link sends e-mail) Location:4445 Waterfront Centre Phone Number:(202) 690-0402 Fax Number:(202) 720-3945