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Permalink NCR-SARE Requests Nominations for Administrative Council Members

North Central Region Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (NCR-SARE) is seeking nominations for several seats on its Administrative Council: an at-large representative of an agriculture college or university, a non-profit organization representative with demonstrable expertise on sustainable agriculture; and a representative of agribusiness. The Administrative Council sets program priorities and makes granting decisions for the region. Council members must live and work in one of the 12 North Central Region states. The term for each of these SARE Administrative Council slots is three years, with the first meeting for new Council members being July 10-12, 2018. Nominations are due by December 5, 2017.



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