Agriculture Department Higher Education Challenge Grants Program

USDA assisting veterans start or continue farming and ranching operations

The National Institute of Food and Agriculture, within the Department of Agriculture has announced funding in the amount of $4,770,000 to support the Higher Education Challenge Grants Program.

Projects supported by the program must involve creative or non-traditional approaches toward addressing a State, regional, national, or international educational need and serve as a model to others.

For more information on this government grant visit:

Agriculture Department Higher Education Challenge Grants Program


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