You may download the following applications to your own computer, print and sign the form in the appropriate locations, and send it to our office with the appropriate remittance due. If you do not follow these instructions, your application will not be processed properly.
Please note that your ability to save any changes to these application forms and to update them at a later date is dependent on the software on your home computer. If you have any questions or difficulties with the applications, please contact us at 271-3551.
Pesticide Applicator Certification
Invasive Species Committee Members
Exhibiting Animals at the Fair
Weekly Market Bulletin
Best Management Practices
Plant Dealer/Landscaper Application
Organic Certification Program
The Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food administers several grant funding programs to qualified applicants. Criteria and application information follow.
The Agricultural Promotion Mini-Grant Program offers matching grants of up to
$500 to organizations that wish to conduct a project focused on promoting New
Hampshire agriculture. Grant recipients are selected from a pool of qualified
Applications are distributed in November, proposals are due in January and awards are made in February, as funding allows. Suspended
Download the 2010 Mini Grant Application
Download the 2010 Criteria Information Sheet
Download the 2009 Mini Grant Summary Sheet
2013 New Hampshire Specialty Crop Program
We are pleased to announce a new funding round of The New Hampshire Specialty Crop Grant Program. The New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food (NHDAMF) is eligible to receive funding from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) under the 2012 Specialty Crop Block Grant Program (SCBGP). The NHDAMF wishes to offer eligible New Hampshire organizations the opportunity to apply for a portion of these funds under the New Hampshire Specialty Crops Grant Program to conduct projects that benefit NH Specialty Crops. Specialty Crops are defined as: fruit, vegetable, nursery, floriculture, herb, maple, Christmas tree and honey crops. For a complete list of eligible and ineligible crops visit the USDA AMS website.
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program
Since 1998, the New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food has been awarding grants to projects promoting integrated pest management practices. The purpose of the Program is to encourage the principles and practices of integrated pest management in all areas pesticides are used. The goals of the Department are to contribute funding to further the education of the public, including those applying pesticides, minimize the use of pesticides, and improve the health, environment, and economics of New Hampshire citizens. The Program grant application process is open to all residents of the state, including citizens from the private sector, extension offices, trade organizations, corporate organizations, and government agencies. The Division of Pesticide Control manages the IPM Program. Please contact the Division for further information, 603-271-3118.
Download the IPM Information Sheet
Download the IPM Application Form
Learn more about IPM by visiting links to many interesting and informative IPM web sites.
Agricultural Nutrient Management (ANM) Grant Program
The Agricultural Nutrient Management (ANM) Grant Program seeks to provide financial, educational and technical assistance for livestock and agricultural land operations and related organizations with implementing Best Management Practices and such other measures necessary to prevent or mitigate water pollution. Applicants for ANM grants may apply for cost assistance of up to $2,500 per year. There is no match required, however, in-kind services such as labor provided by the applicant will enhance the application. The majority of the funding will be used for on-farm projects that address the program objectives. Funding may also be utilized by organizations for educational projects.
Download the ANM Fact Sheet
Download the ANM Application Form
Call the Division of Regulatory Services at 603-271-3685 or 603-271-2753 for more information on the Agricultural Nutrient Management Grant Program.