New Site Opens Door to Sustainable Agriculture Grants and Information
Grant information, videos, books, online courses, profiles of cutting-edge, on-farm research and much more—it's all available with a click of your mouse at the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education program's (SARE) new websites.
Visit any of SARE's redesigned national or regional sites and navigate seamlessly between them to find a wealth of information about where America's farmers, ranchers and ag professionals live and work. A state-of-the-art search function makes it easier than ever to find grant information and dig deep into SARE's library of educational materials, database of research projects and calendar of sustainable ag events in communities across the country.
And all sites are mobile-device friendly and offer a bare-bones mirror site for people with slow internet connections. You can share SARE, too, with RSS, Facebook, Twitter and other share functions.
Take a tour of the SARE sites:
SARE Nationwide: www.sare.org
Visit this go-to site for SARE-wide information or seamlessly navigate to regional sites. Stop at the Learning Center for free downloads of SARE books, bulletins, fact sheets, videos, online courses and a host of other information products searchable by topic or type.
North Central SARE: www.northcentralsare.org
Live in the Plains states or close by? Visit here for grant information specific to America's central states. Or read the latest North Central SARE news and research in the region or in each state.
Southern SARE: www.southernsare.org
Keep up-to-date on Southern SARE's seven grant opportunities and its professional development program. Read about breakthrough research and upcoming events.
Western SARE: www.westernsare.org
Articles, conference proceedings and a host of publications and videos give the latest grant information, news, trends and research in Western SARE.
Northeast SARE: www.nesare.org
Integration to the webplex is coming soon. In the meantime, visit the current site to learn about grant programs in the Northeast, find helpful resources in the Dig Deeper section, and discover what's happening in your area with the updated State Program pages.
Bookmark your favorite SARE pages today!