S ustainable A griculture R esearch and E ducation SARE. What is SARE?. USDA grant and outreach program to expand and extend knowledge about sustainable agriculture Administered by four U.S. regions Participatory Inclusive. Northeast SARE. 12 states and Washington, D.C.
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SustainableAgricultureResearch and Education
12 states and
University of Vermont
University of Connecticut
Agriculture in the Northeast will be diversified and profitable, providing healthful products to its customers; it will be conducted by farmers who manage resources wisely, who are satisfied with their lifestyles, and have a positive influence on their communities and the environment.
This statement drives the mission for Northeast SARE
$1,739,665 awarded for
13 Research and Education projects
$430,310 awarded for four Professional Development projects
$243,082 awarded for 27 Farmer Grant projects
$256,894 awarded for 19 Partnership Grant projects
$237,317 awarded for 17 Sustainable Community projects
$166,059 awarded for 13 Graduate Student projects
to bring sustainable agriculture speakers to conferences and workshops
training and outreach on sustainable agriculture for Extension, other ag service providers, and farmers
• National website at www.sare.organd
regional info at regional websites
• SARE Outreach (publications):www.sare.org/WebStore
• SARE project reports:www.sare.org/MySare/ProjectReport.aspx
Regional Office:SARE Outreach: