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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