Funding Sources

You may be eligible for state, regional, and other funding opportunities that are specific to your situation. IPM connects to healthy housing and local concerns that specific organizations (universities, nonprofits, and city departments) may be willing to fund. Search federal opportunities and apply for federal grants through

Funded by USDA-NIFA to promote implementation of IPM , the IPM Centers provide annual funding of regional IPM-related projects (research, outreach, working groups)




Pilot Projects to Address Factors Contributing to Structural Racism in Public Health
Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Health Due May 14th 2022

2022 Indoor Air Quality Mini-Grants: Building Systems to Improve Indoor Air Quality

April 12, 2022

    September 15, 2023
    Northeastern IPM Center Partnership Grants Program

    Northeastern IPM Center. Three project types (IPM Applied Research, IPM Working Groups, and IPM Communications) will foster the development and adoption of IPM, address or identify regional priorities, and benefit the northeastern region at large. Total funding: $160,000. Deadline: Nov. 9, 2023.

    September 15, 2023
    PMSP and Production/Management Profiles Grant Program

    Northeastern IPM Center. Proposals to this grant program must develop a Pest Management Strategic Plan (PMSP) or Production/Management Profile (PMP) for a crop, livestock, forestry, or other system that is significant to the Northeast. Proposals to develop a PMSP or PMP for a new topic, or to update an outdated PMSP or PMP (more than five years old) are encouraged. Total funding: $30,000. Deadline: Nov. 9, 2023.