Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) - State Component
Idaho NRCS Offered $150,000 for Conservation Innovation Grants in FY2013
The FY2013 Idaho Conservation Innovation Grants application period is closed.
NRCS developed these grants to stimulate development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches to agricultural production.
Funds were awarded through a two-phase, statewide competitive process. The first phase included the pre-proposal application and competitive selection that ended on April 12, 2013. Applicants selected for the second phase completed proposal packages by May 20, 2013.
Selected projects may lead to the development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches and technologies.
Idaho's five general categories for 2013 were:
Additional resource concerns.
The complete list of categories and subtopics can be found in Section D of the Idaho CIG Grant Announcement. Those projects which address subtopics identified with "Priority Need" will receive higher ranking for selection. Applicants are encouraged to completely read and understand the requirements for application for this grant, as described in the FY 2013 Idaho CIG Grant Announcement.
FY2013 Idaho Grant Pre-proposal and Application Materials
All OMB Standard Forms (SF) and other forms necessary for CIG submission are available at: National NRCS CIG Webpage.
The Idaho CIG State Component RFP can also be found on the Federal Grants website.
Funded CIG Projects
For More Information
For more information please see the National NRCS Conservation Innovation Grants webpage, read the information in the files listed above, or contact one of the NRCS personnel listed below.
Forms and How to Apply Questions:
Chris Catherman, Grants and Agreements Specialist
Phone: (208) 685-6982
Technical and Program Questions:
Denise Adkins, Resource Conservationist for Technical Resources
Phone (208) 685-6991