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Permalink Southern SARE Seeks Producer-Member Nominations for Administrative Council

The Administrative Council of the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SSARE) program is seeking nominations of a producer experienced with sustainable agriculture and its impact on the environment and rural communities to replace an outgoing Administrative Council member. One producer seat will be filled. Producer nominations from across the Southern region will be considered, but Southern SARE is particularly interested in nominations from Georgia, Kentucky, Alabama, and South Carolina, and the territories of USVI and Puerto Rico. Special consideration will be made for nominees with experience in fruit production or small ruminants. Administrative Council members serve a three-year term. E-mail nominations must be received by July 8, 2018.



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