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"Adding Value,Managing Risk"

Award Amount: $32,005
Institution: Taos County Economic Development Corporation
Project Director: Terrie Bad Hand (tcedc@tcedc.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2004 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The “Adding Value, Managing Risk” project builds on the region’s... More

Assessing and Managing Risk in Organic Transition

Award Amount: $10,000
Institution: New Mexico Organic Commodity Commission
Project Director: Joan Quinn (joan.quinn@state.nm.us)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2008 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
Project targets were: improvement in the economic risks associated with... More

Completing the Circle: Northern New Mexico´s Community Food System

Award Amount: $25,000
Institution: Taos County Economic Development Corporation
Project Director: Terrie Bad Hand (tcedc@tcedc.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2006 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
TCEDC has been serving Northern New Mexico for nineteen years... More

Enhancing the Economic Viability of Grassfed Livestock Production in the Southwest

Award Amount: $47,180
Institution: The Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance
Project Director: Laurie Bower (thepoetlaurie@hotmail.com)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2009 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
"Enhancing the Economic Viability of Grassfed Livestock Production in the... More

Farm-Based Workshops for Food Safety Risk Assessment and Hazard Mitigation

Award Amount: $49,496
Institution: La Montanita Coop
Project Director: Benjamin Bartley (benjamin.bartley@lamontanita.coop)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2017 Education Projects
Summary
La Montanita Cooperative provided farmer-friendly, food safety workshops for growers... More

Improving New Mexico Small Farm Sustainability through Farmers´ Markets

Award Amount: $33,641
Institution: New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension Service
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2009 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
As the result of the project, 218 participants increased their... More

Managing Risk in the First Years of Organic Certification

Award Amount: $3,328
Institution: New Mexico Organic Commodity Commission
Project Director: Joan Quinn (joan.quinn@state.nm.us)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2007 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The targets of this project were: improved understanding and use... More

Managing Risk Through Effective Marketing Strategies for Organic Producers

Award Amount: $4,000
Institution: New Mexico Organic Commodity Commission
Project Director: Joan Quinn (joan.quinn@state.nm.us)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2005 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The targets of this project were improved understanding and use... More

Meeting Opportunity and Limiting Risk in Transition to Organic Certification

Award Amount: $4,000
Institution: New Mexico Organic Commodity Commission
Project Director: Joan Quinn (joan.quinn@state.nm.us)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2004 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The project addressed financial risks arising from producer inability to... More

Native American Farmer´s Markets

Award Amount: $40,000
Institution: New Mexico State University
Project Director: R. Edmund Gomez (gr@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2006 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The central purpose of this project is to improve the... More

Native Rancher Shortcourse

Award Amount: $35,784
Institution: University of Arizona
Project Director: Trent Teegerstrom (tteegers@ag.arizona.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2012 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The Native Rancher Short-course was implemented twice. It addressed risk... More

Navajo Agriculture and Natural Resources Sustainability Project

Award Amount: $29,778
Institution: New Mexico State University
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2019 Education Projects
Summary
The project sought to increase the profitability and sustainability of... More

Navajo Farm to School Project

Award Amount: $26,794
Institution: New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2014 Education Projects
Summary
While not completely successful, for reasons beyond the project participants control,... More

Navajo Farmers and Ranchers Resource Conservation Planning and Management Training Project

Award Amount: $42,535
Institution: New Mexico State University
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2015 Education Projects
Summary
The project contributed to the profitability and sustainability of 207... More

Navajo Nation Farmer´s Market Project

Award Amount: $49,981
Institution: New Mexico State University
Project Director: Craig Painter (cpainter@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2007 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The central purpose of this project was to improve the... More

Navajo Rancher Sustainability Project

Award Amount: $47,880
Institution: New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2017 Education Projects
Summary
The goal of the Navajo Rancher Sustainability Project was been to... More

Navajo Traditional Foods Preparation Methods for Value Added Products

Award Amount: $35,910
Institution: University of Arizona
Project Director: Trent Teegerstrom (tteegers@ag.arizona.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2012 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The Navajo Traditional Foods Preparation Methods for Value-Added Products was... More

Outreach Agriculture and Small Business Development

Award Amount: $46,590
Institution: NMSU - Northern NM Outreach Program
Project Director: Judy Finley (jafinley@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2009 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The project provided risk management education to socially disadvantaged Hispanic... More

Risk management education in Asian medicinal herb production, processing and marketing

Award Amount: $49,759
Institution: New Mexico State University Ag Experiment Station, Alcalde
Project Director: Charles Martin (cmartin@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2008 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
We conducted an educational program to help growers manage risks... More

Risk Management Education in Southwest Medicinal Herb Production and Marketing

Award Amount: $46,201
Institution: New Mexico State University
Project Director: Charles Martin (cmartin@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2010 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
We conducted a risk management educational program to help growers... More

Scaling Up and Managing Risk in Selling to Institutions

Award Amount: $31,616
Institution: Farm to Table
Project Director: Le Adams (ladams@cybermesa.com)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2009 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The project goal was to help farmers and ranchers understand... More

Southwest Marketing Network´s Navajo Nation Comprehensive Risk Management Conference and Trainings

Award Amount: $49,075
Institution: Farm to Table
Project Director: Pamela Roy (pamelaroy.nm@gmail.com)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2010 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The Southwest Marketing Network (SWMN) strives to help Southwest producers—... More

SW Livestock Producers, Harnessing Markets, Building Skills & Networks for Profitability

Award Amount: $39,182
Institution: Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance
Project Director: Laurie Bower (info@swgla.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2007 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance (SWGLA) and partners represent over 1,000... More

Whole Ranch Planning and Grass-fed Applications - Arizona

Award Amount: $44,750
Institution: Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance (SWGLA)
Project Director: Laurie Bower (info@grassfedlivestock.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2014 Education Projects
Summary
The Whole Ranch Planning Series was a learning program that... More

Whole Ranch Planning Series

Award Amount: $32,520
Institution: Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance
Project Director: Laurie Bower (info@grassfedlivestock.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2012 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The Whole Ranch Planning Series is a learning program that... More

Whole Ranch Planning Series II

Award Amount: $37,640
Institution: Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance
Project Director: Laurie Bower (info@grassfedlivestock.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2013 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
The Whole Ranch Planning Series is a learning program that... More

Whole Ranch Planning: Navajo Nation

Award Amount: $39,013
Institution: Southwest Grassfed Livestock Alliance (SWGLA)
Project Director: Laurie Bower (thepoetlaurie@hotmail.com)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2016 Education Projects
Summary
The Whole Ranch Planning Series is a learning program that... More

Working Together: Exploring Risk Management by Forming Producer Cooperatives in Northern New Mexico

Award Amount: $49,927
Institution: Taos County Economic Development Corporation
Project Director: Terrie Bad Hand (tcedc@tcedc.org)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2013 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
Taos County Economic Development Corporation (TCEDC), recipient of the 2012... More

Zuni Youth Agriculture Enterprises: Planning for Success

Award Amount: $8,990
Institution: New Mexico Cooperative Extension Service
Project Director: Michael Patrick (jmpat@nmsu.edu)
Funding Opportunity: Western ERME - 2011 Competitive Grant Program
Summary
Thirty-seven Zuni high school students transformed their gardening activities into... More
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