SARE works to increase knowledge
about and help farmers and ranchers
adopt practices that improve profits,
protect the environment and enhance
quality of life.
To advance such knowledge nationwide,
SARE administers a competitive grants
program through four regional host
institutions based at land-grant
universities, under the guidance of
regional Administrative Councils
composed of farmers and ranchers,
agribusiness, university research and
extension faculty and administrators,
state and federal government agency
staff and representatives from non-profit
SARE has funded over 3,000 projects
since 1988, including research and
education projects, professional
development projects, and producer
grants in which farmers and ranchers
lead on-farm research and education.
Other grant opportunities are available
in some SARE regions, including grants
for graduate students, community
development practitioners, and
educators conducting on-farm research.
SARE Program, Stop 2223,
1400 Independence Avenue, S. W.,
Washington, DC 20250-2223.
Phone: (202) 720-6527