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SARE Resources

Organization Description

SARE's (Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education) mission is to advance—to the

whole of American agriculture—innovations that improve profitability, stewardship

and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education. Since

1988, the SARE grants and education program has advanced agricultural innovation

that promotes profitability, stewardship of the land, air and water, and quality of life

for farmers, ranchers and their communities.


Producer Recommended Resources

  • Fact Sheets

    • We've found that SARE's fact sheets on various practices, issues, and research are a helpful source of relevant information​, and very applicable in the field. The abundance of content produced across differing agricultural systems makes this resource particularly useful for producer groups like our own, so we can understand the practices and needs of our neighbors  as well.

    • The cover crops fact sheet is a favorite among some of our producers.

  • Printed Publications

    • Similar to the fact sheets, SARE's publications and web-search tool is ​a valued and well used tool among our group's producers. Here you can search any keywords you'd like, and download the publication of your liking for free.

Other Resources

  • Learning Center

    • Here, you can search books, bulletins, videos, curricula, and many more resources! For the best search results, follow their "search tips."

  • Grants

    • SARE offers dozens of grants for producers interested in everything from crop and grazing rotation systems​, conservation tillage, pest management, and much more.

  • Farmer Field Day Toolkit

    • If you're interested in hosting a field day of your own, SARE offers a very helpful toolkit to get your started!

  • Newsroom

    • Here, you can keep updated with news in sustainable agriculture​ through press releases, newsletters, and a new podcast. Media contacts and toolkits are also available.

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