SARE Grants at Work in Your State
Since 1988, SARE has funded more than 5,100 sustainable agriculture research and education projects on farms and ranches large and small, dryland and wetland, urban and rural, from Florida to Alaska to Guam.
- In Nevada, the driest state of the nation, University of Nevada and Utah State University educators are helping producers plant water-saving crops and measuring the impacts on profitability and soil quality.
- Highbush blueberry producers in New Jersey can now protect blueberry crops using integrated crop management strategies that reduce pesticide, labor and fuel costs.
- Clemson University researchers are protecting South Carolina farmers from economic risks due to foodborne illnesses by encouraging safe food-handling practices.
- Ohio producers are boosting local sales thanks to a curriculum developed by Ohio State University that helps farmers sell directly to schools, restaurants and wholesale distributors.
Learn, and share with others, how SARE grantees are advancing innovations in sustainable agriculture in your area!
Updated portfolio summaries, grants lists and links to state pages are now available for every state and protectorate in the nation. Grant lists include the grants awarded in each state and the project coordinator. Each state portfolio summary includes a highlighted project, a breakdown of funding by project type and total funding since 1988. For more state-level contact information and resources, visit your state's SARE page.