Western Region Agricultural
Stress Assistance Program (WRASAP)
University of Idaho Extension
University of Idaho Extension provides educational opportunities in the general areas of agriculture, natural resources, families, youth, and community development. They help people improve the social and economic, and environmental qualities of their lives through research-based education and leadership development focused on issues and needs. The home office also offers short classes and workshops on topics like farm/ranch management, FINPACK, and marketing. They work on potatoes, grain, beef and dairy as the major commodities, in addition to other crops. Offices are located in 42 of Idaho’s 44 counties and on 3 Indian reservations. The following site offers a map to locate county Extension offices: http://www.extension.uidaho.edu/find.asp
Service areas: Idaho
Go to Website | Phone: 208-885-5883
General Services: Activism & Organizing, Farm Land Access & Succession Planning, Funding Opportunities for Farmers, Industrial Ag Issues, Institutional & Wholesale Markets, Organic/Sustainable/Regenerative Transition & Support, Resources for Tribal Farmers & Ranchers
University of Wyoming Extension
Since 1914, UW Extension has helped Wyoming citizens and communities respond to challenges and changes. It has offices in each of the state’s 23 counties and the Wind River Indian Reservation. Although its roots are in agriculture, UW Extension has broadened its educational mission to encompass many of the contemporary challenges facing Wyoming’s people and its rural communities.
Service areas: Wyoming
Go to Website | Phone: 307.766.5124
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.