North Central SARE Graduate Student Grant Program – Vegetable Crops Hotline

North Central SARE Graduate Student Grant Program

Call for Proposals

Learn more about the North Central Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Graduate Student Grant Program here; awards can be up to $20,000 for projects lasting up to 36 months. Applications are due by 4 pm Central on April 18, 2024. Indiana SARE State Coordinator Lais McCartney can read your grants and suggest edits if you give her enough turn-around time. You can contact Lais at or text at 317-919-2691. The SARE project database shows the scope of grants awarded in the past 36 years for ideas and to build upon the research.

Students in a cabbage field at the student farm

Figure 1. Students at the Purdue Student Farm (Photo by Tom Campbell).

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