Fiscal year (FY) 2021 Plant Protection Act Section 7721 (PPA 7721) Plant Pest and Disease Management and Disaster Prevention Program is in the last week of our open period. The Plant Pest and Disease Management and Disaster Prevention Program is organized into six strategic goal areas under which projects are evaluated and funded. The FY 21 Implementation Plan provides goal area guidance, with specific objectives to assist those who wish to submit a suggestion regarding the following strategic goal areas:
The open period for submitting suggestions for Plant Pest and Disease Management and Disaster Prevention Program closes onAugust 21, 2020 at midnight Hawaii Standard Time. Visit www.aphis.usda.gov/ppa-projects to get resources and guidance for potential cooperators, including the FY 21 Implementation Plan, templates, help session webinar recording, frequently asked questions and more.
The open period to apply for National Clean Plant Network (NCPN) program funding will last through October 9, 2020. USDA encourages stakeholders interested in learning more about the NCPN program to visit our website. NCPN provides high quality propagative plant material free of plant pathogens to help U.S. specialty crop growers compete in the global market. NCPN program priorities include:
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