Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP)

Western Region Agricultural
Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP)

Cultivate Oregon

Education about growing living soils, seed saving, regenerative agriculture implementation, and sustainable food systems in Oregon.


Service areas: Oregon

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Oregon Community Food Systems Network

“The Oregon Community Food Systems Network (OCFSN) is a collaboration of 56 nonprofit organizations and allies dedicated to strengthening local and regional food systems to deliver better economic, social, health and environmental outcomes across the state.”


Service areas: Oregon

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College of Micronesia

College of Micronesia “Cooperative Extension Services (CES):
Component of the CRE programs focuses on developing and assisting a well-informed populace to ensure wise and judicious management of the limited human and natural resources needed to support a viable FSM economy. The challenge is to ensure a constantly improving quality of life, while maintaining a strong cultural identity and healthy environment. These challenges are addressed through community level outreach programs in agriculture improvement, youth development, community resource development and nutrition education. The CES programs are based at the State Campuses.”


Service areas: Federated States of Micronesia

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Northern Marianas College

“Northern Marianas College, through its commitment to student learning, provides high quality, affordable and accessible educational programs and services for the individual and people of the Commonwealth.”


Service areas: Northern Mariana Islands

Go to Website | Phone: 670.234.5498

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University of Arizona Tribal Extension Program

Part of U of Arizona Cooperative Extension. Program areas include Financial Health training, Rangelands on Indigenous Lands and Navajo Range Plant Database, Navajo 4-H, Beef Program, and Water Issues.


Service areas: Arizona

Go to Website | Phone: 520-621-6245; 520-621-7201

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WA Association of Conservation Districts

“The Washington State Conservation Commission (SCC) and the state’s 45 conservation districts deliver tools and programs that strengthen farmland preservation, soil health, and our agricultural economy.”; programs include Ag Equipment Rentals and Resources, Burn Programs, Landscape Scale Planning, Shellfish, and Nutrient Management


Service areas: Washington

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Organic Farm School (Whidbey Island)

As a learning center, the Organic Farm School trains new farmers to develop and manage small farms focused on ecological, economic, and social regeneration—simultaneously offering opportunities for our community and others to learn about their role in strengthening local/regional food systems.

Through its mission, the Organic Farm School is committed to training new farmers and strengthening the food system for an inclusive community where all people – of every color, ethnicity, faith, gender identity, background and economic circumstance – are supported and celebrated.


Service areas: Washington

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WSU Center for Rural Opioid Prevention, Treatment, and Recovery (CROP + TR)

“The Center for Rural Opioid Prevention, Treatment and Recovery (CROP+TR) was developed with the goal of developing and disseminating training and technical assistance (TTA) to rural communities for prevention, treatment, and recovery from opioid misuse. CROP+TR leverages 1) statewide Extension-based drug use prevention infrastructure, 2) expertise in providing TTA for opioid treatment and recovery, and 3) relationships with other SAMHSA TTA efforts to provide rural Washington (WA) communities with the high quality TTA they need to combat the opioid epidemic. CROP+TR has the potential to impact the lives of the 750,000 people living in rural WA through our Extension offices located in all 39 counties. “


Service areas: Washington

Go to Website | Phone: 509-335-2870

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Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians

““ATNI, as a nonprofit organization, has its structure built around programming of technical assistance, training, information sharing, and providing appropriate platforms to develop strategically policy that serves our member tribes and leadership.” Programs areas include Climate Change, Energy and Natural Resources.


Service areas: Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Washington

Go to Website | Phone: Headquarters (Portland, OR): 503.249.5770; Spokane Office: 509.209.2417

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Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program (FRTEP)

“The Federally Recognized Tribes Extension Program (FRTEP) is a successful tribal community outreach model focusing on agricultural productivity and youth development. This website provides information on FRTEP projects on reservations across Indian Country, highlighting success stories and sharing ideas. FRTEP offices are located on reservations and staff often partner with local communities, governments and institutions. Programs are developed through local objectives, reaching an audience that is often missed by broader extension efforts. FRTEP is often the gateway to success for other programs for farmers and ranchers and 4-H.”


Service areas: National

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The Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program is supported by the USDA Farm and Ranch Stress Assistance Network, under agreement number: 2020-70028-32731 proposal number: 2020-07631

The Western Region Agricultural Stress Assistance Program is an equal access/equal opportunity program.