Northeast SARE’s Graduate Student Research Grant Program supports graduate student research focused on sustainable agriculture using either or both natural and social science approaches. Proposals should address issues of current or potential importance to Northeast farmers and the agricultural/food system community. Projects must explore one or more of the sustainable agriculture themes of good stewardship, profitability, and quality of life for farmers and the agricultural community. The grant program is open to any graduate student enrolled at an accredited college, university or veterinary school in the Northeast region. Grants are capped at $15,000 and projects can run up to two years.
Proposals are due by April 27, 2021