1996 Annual Report

1996 Annual Report

1996 Annual Report

Farmers and ranchers have become an integral part of the USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program since it was established as a competitive grants program in 1988. Eight years later, producers help set priorities, select projects, develop programs, implement on-farm trials and aid in outreach to their peers on a wide range of projects that cover all types of agriculture.

This edition includes profiles from around the country on diversifying rotations with corn, on-farm education for ag professionals, biocontrols for potatoes, grassfed beef, marketing to chefs, grazing on conservation land, weed management and sustainable dairy training.

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