SARE Farmer Rancher Grant Deadling Coming Up

​There is still time to submit a proposal to this grant program. The 2016 Farmer Rancher Grant Program of NCR SARE offers grants for farmer-initiated projects of up to $7,500 for individuals, $15,000 for partners, and $22,500 for groups. Grant applications are due in the NCR SARE office on Thursday, December 3, 2015. To learn more about the grants and download a grant application, visit http://www.northcentralsare.org/Grants/Apply-for-a-Grant. To receive a hard copy of the application, call NCR-SARE at 612-626-3113.

Not sure how to get started? Purdue Extension’s October 7 webinar about how to write a grant was recorded and is available at https://mediaspace.itap.purdue.edu/media/Roy+W+Ballard’s+Personal+Room-20151007+1401-1_42105557/0_3nhrcqvc

If you have additional questions about this grant program, please contact Roy Ballard, Purdue Extension Educator for Hancock County and Indiana SARE State Coordinator at 317-462-1113 or by e-mail at rballard@purdue.edu.

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