Conference Materials

Conference Materials

Conference Materials

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Western SARE Subregional Materials

Review and download dozens of handouts and posters from seven listening sessions held around the Western Region. Please note that all documents will open as a PDF.

The New American Farm Conference

The New American Farm Conference was March 25-27, 2008 in Kansas City to celebrate SARE's 20th anniversary. Posters and session presentations are available from dozens of expert farmers, ranchers, researchers and educators who spoke at the conference.

Sustainable Agriculture Symposium

Type: Presentation

Farmers, ranchers and other stakeholders discuss a landmark report on sustainable agricultural systems during a Sept. 16, 2010 symposium co-sponsored by SARE.

A Midwest Homecoming Conference

This national conference held in August 2006 drew university research and extension staff, farmers, ranchers, youth/students, agribusiness representatives, policymakers at all levels of government, and nongovernmental organizations to explore current issues in sustainable agriculture.

Renewable Energy and Sustainable Agriculture Symposium

Exploring the Crossroads

Type: Presentation

SARE convened this symposium on Feb. 13, 2006 in Washington, D.C. to address the growing interest in the intersection of sustainable agriculture and renewable energy.

NCR-SARE Farmers Forum Highlights

Highlights from the annual Farmers Forum—an annual event giving farmers, ranchers, and others the chance to share information about sustainable agriculture practices with a national audience.

Farmland Protection

Presentation videos from Sustainable Options for Protecting Farmland conference held in Salt Lake City, December 2009. Sponsored by Western SARE, Utah Dept. of Agriculture and Food and the Utah Conservation Commission, with a presentation by Western SARE AC Alumni and farmer Larry Thompson.

Sustainable Agriculture Seminars

Series of presentations on sustainable agriculture at Utah State University in 2010.


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Energy Training Series

This series has been designed to provide educational training resources focused not only on the technical feasibility of bioenergy generation, but also on approaches and processes that assist communities in understanding the comprehensive implications of bio-based alternative energy.