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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
NIFA supports research, educational, and extension efforts in a wide range of scientific fields related to agricultural and behavioral sciences.
The lifecycle of grants and cooperative agreements consists of four phases: Pre-Award, Award, Post-Award, and Close Out.
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture is committed to serving its stakeholders, Congress, and the public by using new technologies to advance greater openness.
The Data Gateway enables users to find funding data, metrics, and information about research, education, and extension projects that have received grant awards from NIFA.
This website houses a large volume of supporting materials. In this section, you can search the wide range of documents, videos, and other resources.
Drs. Peter Clarke and Susan Evans will share the story of their smartphone app, called VeggieBook, designed for food pantry clients. The app helps household cooks prepare tasty servings and snacks using vegetables. Drs. Evans and Clarke’s work was supported by NIFA, among others. The presenters will explain origins of their app, the app’s content and how it works, evidence about the app’s effectiveness, and lessons learned from disseminating the app.
The National Institute of Food and Agriculture provides leadership and funding for programs that advance agriculture-related sciences.
Search the NIFA website for archived documents