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Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) News

Various Ways to be Involved with SARE

SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) has various ways to be involved beyond the grant opportunities that come out every year. One other way to be involved with SARE is to review grants that come in. If you have been wanting to learn more about the SARE grant process and would like to apply to be on the review committee, read more information and apply here.

An excellent way for folks to be alerted about grant program opportunities is to sign up for the NCR SARE mailing list.

Lastly, here are some ongoing opportunities with the National SARE Outreach office:

Publishing With SARE

Do you or a colleague have a book manuscript on sustainable agriculture but no publisher? Do you have an idea for a video on a particular sustainable ag topic—or perhaps for ag communications research—that would serve farmers, ranchers, and educators well? SARE Outreach wants to hear your ideas. If your idea meets the criteria below, use the educational resource and outreach initiative nomination form to submit it for consideration. Proposed resources should:

  • Address a critical information gap for a nationwide or trans-regional audience of farmers, ranchers and/or agricultural educators.
  • Extend SARE and/or SARE-funded research.
  • Support SARE’s mission to advance innovations that improve profitability, stewardship, and quality of life.

Free Materials for Nonprofits Working with Producers

SARE books, bulletins, and promotional materials are free to nonprofit organizations organizing workshops, conferences, tours, networks, or other sustainable agriculture educational programs for ten or more farmers, ranchers, or agricultural educators. A limit of 50 free books per organization per calendar year applies. Request materials using their online SARE Materials Request.

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