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Hansen REC calls for proposals

The Hansen Research and Extension Center in Ventura County is offering two distinct funding opportunities: HREC Research-Facility Projects and Thelma Hansen Fund Research & Education Grant Program.

HREC Research-Facility Projects — land, labor, equipment and facilities available for state-of-the-art research.

Applications for field and facility use space for research at the Hansen REC are accepted year-round. Complete applications received by Feb. 17 will be reviewed as part of the annual spring evaluation. Applications received after Feb. 17 will be reviewed in the next review cycle. Applications are evaluated by the Research Advisory Committee.

Please note that the HREC receives a significant portion of its support from the Thelma Hansen Endowment, which limits facility use subsidies to projects and programs that contribute directly to Ventura County agriculture. Although research can be conducted at the HREC that does not benefit Ventura County agriculture, these research projects are expected to bear the full cost of their research activities.

Thelma Hansen Fund (THF) Research & Education Grant Program — supports projects that encompass research, education, and outreach activities.

All projects (research, education and outreach) need to focus on agricultural and natural resource issues and needs relevant to Ventura County.

Proposals for research and education programs funded by the Thelma Hansen Fund are accepted year-round. Complete applications received by Feb. 17 will be reviewed as part of the annual spring evaluation. Applications received after Feb. 17 will be reviewed in the next review cycle. Applications are evaluated by the Research Advisory Committee.

Please carefully read the THF Program Request for Proposals (RFP) document for detailed information on the objectives, criteria and requirements of the program. There have been significant changes in this program since the last solicitation in 2013; e.g., a Letter of Intent is no longer required, geographical restrictions, etc.

The current THF grant program pool is approximately $300,000.

Questions concerning this revised program and the application process should be forwarded to HAREC Director Christopher M. Smith at cmwsmith@ucanr.edu. For special needs or off-cycle evaluation of a proposal, email Smith or call (805) 662-6943.

To submit a proposal, visit http://harec.ucanr.edu/Research/Submitting_a_Proposal.

Posted on Monday, February 1, 2016 at 9:17 AM
  • Author: Patti Verdugo Johnson

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