University of Maryland Extension

SARE Farmer Grower Grants Webinar

SARE Farmer Grower Grants - The goal of the USDA Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) Farmer Grant program is to help farmers explore sustainable and innovative production and marketing practices, often through an experiment, trial, or on-farm demonstration. SARE defines sustainable practices as those that are profitable, environmentally sound, and beneficial to the wider farm community. This unique grant program funds a wide variety of on-farm projects, and has a simple application process geared towards farmers. This webinar will provide insight into this specific grant program including proposal guidelines, how to apply and tips on writing a good proposal. Note: Proposal deadlines are November 29 with awards announced in March.

Presented by: Nevin Dawson (, Sustainable Agriculture Coordinator, University of Maryland Extension

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