SARE Biennial Reports

SARE Biennial Reports

Reports from the Field

These SARE-funded researchers in Montana teamed up with farmers to make wheat production more efficient, profitable and sustainable.

 

SARE's biennial reports—listed below—include colorful snapshots of how SARE grantees across the country are changing American agriculture through innovations that improve profitability, productivity, community and environmental stewardship. Or, check out even more sustainable agriculture stories from the field.

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2015/2016 Report from the Field

Type: Biennial Report

Read about SARE-funded work in the areas of sustainable dairy cropping systems, soil health assessments, nutrient management, cover crops, beginning farmers, pollinators, technical assistance programs for women farmers, and more. This edition includes highlights of projects funded through the graduate student program, and the highly regarded Sustainable Agriculture Fellowship, a professional development program coordinated by SARE and NACAA.

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2013/2014 Report from the Field

Type: Biennial Report

This edition includes profiles from around the country on cover crops, conservation tillage, nutrient management, local food, livestock mortality composting, season extension and more.

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2011/2012 Report from the Field

Type: Biennial Report

In 2011, SARE reached the milestone of having funded more than 5,000 sustainable agriculture research and education projects, on farms and ranches large and small, from Florida to Alaska to Guam. This edition chronicles some of the program’s recent cream-of-the-crop grantees and their work.

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2009/2010 Report from the Field

Type: Biennial Report

An award-winning collection of 12 profiles illustrating how SARE-funded producers, researchers and educators are collaborating to advance sustainable innovations to the whole of American agriculture.

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Archives of Biennial Reports (Highlights)

Find older editions of SARE's biennial and annual reports, also known as SARE Project Highlights.

 

Stories from the Field