Where We Work

SARE relies on local, farmer-driven leadership to guide our investments in research and education projects that improve the sustainability of U.S. agriculture.

Four regional offices (North CentralNortheastSouth and West) administer our grants and conduct educational activities, reaching every U.S. state and island protectorate. Each region supports state-level programs that can provide local information about sustainable practices and learning opportunities.

Learn more about SARE’s regionally based leadership structure.

GET GRANT INFORMATION

Our competitive grants are available to farmers, ranchers, researchers, educators and others involved in U.S. agriculture for research and education projects. Visit the appropriate SARE region to learn about current opportunities.

To learn about grant opportunities, visit your regional site.

We felt that was the best way to share our harvest and fulfill our responsibility to each other.

Visit northcentral.sare.org

To learn about grant opportunities, visit your regional site.

SARE recognized early on how important it was to support us at such an early stage.

Visit northeast.sare.org

To learn about grant opportunities, visit your regional site.

We believe that sustainable agriculture bridges the gap between livestock management and wildlife conservation. We are trying to get people to reconnect to the land through food, while also caring for the land that nourishes us.

Visit southern.sare.org

To learn about grant opportunities, visit your regional site.

Producers in the team are already applying the approach at larger scales in their operations.

Visit western.sare.org