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Find educational products created by grantees as part of SARE grants.
Find educational products created by North Central SARE grantees, including a Web site for beginning farmers, guide for herd health in alternative swine system and research papers on perennial grass covers.
Find educational products created by Northeast SARE grantees, including Local Harvest, a book for establishing multi-farm CSAs and case studies on dairy farmers who switched to grazing.
Find educational products created by Southern SARE grantees, including research papers on using cover crops for pest management in cotton, a fact sheet about conducting on-farm systems research and a diagnostic tool for controlling parasitism in small ruminants.
Find educational products created by Western SARE grantees, including resources from the Sustainable Agriculture Farming Systems project and People of the Land, an Extension curriculum for reaching American Indians.