Connect with SARE Today on Social Media
In 2010, Oregon farmer Scottie Jones used a SARE grant to help family farms boost incomes through agritourism by launching Farm Stay U.S., a national online database matching consumers with farms offering overnight stays.
With Facebook, Twitter and Flickr complementing her popular website, Jones is leveraging the power of online tools to bring together the communities that help strengthen American agriculture.
Joining SARE on social media is one of the best ways to stay up to date with the latest developments and opportunities in sustainable agriculture. Be among the first to learn about:
- New educational resources in SARE's Learning Center
- Farmers, ranchers, educators and researchers using SARE grants to advance cutting-edge innovations
- SARE grant funding opportunities
- News about sustainable agriculture events and speakers
And of course, social media is a great way to tell us what you think. Share your own stories and knowledge with other SARE stakeholders. Your voice and participation will help ensure that informed insights are leading SARE's efforts to advance innovations in sustainable agriculture.