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USDA Rural Development Sustaining Relationships in Indian Country. 2009 - 2013 Summary of Investments. $2.3 billion benefitting American Indians & Alaska Natives Including: Home Ownership Loans = $594.1 million (4,724 loans) Water and Environmental = $388.6 million

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2009 2013 summary of investments
2009 - 2013 Summary of Investments

$2.3 billion benefitting American Indians & Alaska Natives

Including:

  • Home Ownership Loans = $594.1 million (4,724 loans)
  • Water and Environmental = $388.6 million
  • Community Facilities = $368.2 million
  • Broadband/Telecom = $294 million
  • Electric = $558.3 million
  • Rural Business and Cooperative Programs = $96 million

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usda rural development

National Office

Native American

Coordinators

State Directors

Area Directors

Program Directors

Specialists

Architects

Engineers

Technicians

USDA Rural Development

General Field

Representatives

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rural development program areas
Rural Development Program Areas
  • Electric Programs
  • Water & Environmental Programs
  • Telecom & Broadband Programs
  • Homeownership Loans
  • Home Repair Loans & Grants
  • Mutual Self-Help TA Grants
  • Multi-Family Housing Loans
  • Housing Preservation Grants
  • Community Facilities Loans & Grants

Program Areas

  • Business & Industry Guaranteed Loans
  • Rural Business Enterprise Grants
  • Rural Business Opportunity Grants
  • Intermediary Relending Program
  • Rural Energy for America Program
  • Value Added Producer Grants
  • Cooperative Development Assistance

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highlighted programs
Highlighted Programs
  • Rural Energy for America Program (REAP)
    • Rural Small Businesses and Ag. Producers
    • Renewable Energy Systems & Energy Efficiency Improvements
    • Grants and Guaranteed Loans
    • Feasibility Studies No Longer Allowed (2014 Farm Bill)
    • 2014 NOFA Coming Soon
    • www.rurdev.usda.gov/BCP_Reap.html
  • Rural Utilities Service – Electric Program
    • Energy Efficiency and Conservation Loan Program
    • www.rurdev.usda.gov/UEP_HomePage.html

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community facilities programs
Community Facilities Programs
  • USDA, Rural Housing Service (RHS) Community Facilities (CF) programs were established by Congress specifically to provide access to capital for a wide range of critical civic infrastructure facilities and services.
  • Who can participate?
    • Rural areas or Towns of up to 20,000 population
    • Counties
    • Indian Tribes
    • Municipalities
    • Non Profit Corporations
    • Public Entities
    • Municipalities
    • Special Use Districts

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Rural Housing Service: Community Facilities

What’s Eligible?

  • Health Care Facilities
    • Assisted Living Facilities
    • Hospitals
    • Medical Clinics
    • Nursing Home
  • Public Safety Facilities
    • Fire Stations/Trucks
    • Fire Equipment
    • Police Stations
    • Ambulance

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Rural Housing Service: Community Facilities

  • Public Service Facilities
    • Adult and Child Care Centers
    • Homeless Shelters
    • Community Centers
    • Food Pantries
    • Public Buildings and Transportation
    • Schools
    • Libraries
    • Fair Grounds

Exceptional Equestrians: Helping Heroes on Horseback

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Rural Housing Service: Community Facilities

Amounts appropriated for FY 2014 for regular CF Programs:

  • CF Direct Loan Program- $2.2 Billion
  • CF Guaranteed Loan Program- $74.749 Million
  • CF Grant Program- $13 Million
  • CF Economic Impact Initiative- $5.498 Million

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Rural Housing Service: Community Facilities

Tribal College Initiative

  • $4.0 Million
  • Anticipate maximum grant request for FY 2014 is $250,000
  • Project selections made on a nation wide competitive basis
  • Anticipate applications will be accepted through COB June 1, 2014 – (only tribal colleges can apply)
  • Applications should be submitted to the Rural Development State Office
  • Compete nationally for funding

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contact information
Contact information

Tedd Buelow

(720) 544-2911

Tedd.Buelow@wdc.usda.gov

Martha Torrez

(505) 761-4963

Martha.Torrez@wdc.usda.gov

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