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Centers of Excellence at 1890 Institutions

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The Centers of Excellence at 1890 Institutions Program will establish new federally-funded Centers of Excellence, building on three existing non-federal Centers established in 2015 in conjunction with the 125th Anniversary of the Second Morrill Act of 1890. Funding will be awarded non-competitively to build capacity of the following Centers: 1) The Center for Innovation and Sustainable Small Farms, Ranches, and Landowners (CISFRL) is intended to increase profitability, natural resource conservation and market demand for small farmers, including socially disadvantaged/ underserved farmers, ranchers and forest landowners. This Center also addresses challenges related to healthier families and enhanced quality of life in rural communities. 2) The Center of Excellence for International Engagement and Development is designed to supply the country with a globally educated workforce and…

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