Rural Business Enterprise Grant (RBEG) Program in Oregon

Oregon's RBEG program provides small grants (typically $20,000 to $50,000) to nonprofit economic development groups, public bodies and tribes for precisely targeted technical assistance, training and other activities to support the development of small, private business enterprises in rural areas. RBEG funds are allocated through two funding pools: a general pool and a Native American pool.

RBEG is not a grant for individuals or private businesses. Entrepreneurs seeking grants can find information in the following publication:  Financing Your Business in Oregon (PDF, 243 KB)  

Announcements

USDA Rural Development seeks RBEG concept papers for economic development projects in Oregon.

The USDA Rural Development Oregon State Office is soliciting concept papers for the fiscal year 2014 RBEG program.  Specific details and program contacts are provided in each of the following two RBEG competitions:

 

Program Information

Application Information & Tools

Reimbursement Request forms specific to RBEG

Regulations

 

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