Northeast SARE Research and Education Grant Program

Pre-proposals are due by August 2, 2022.
Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education’s (SARE) Research and Education Grant Program funds projects that result in gains in farmer knowledge, awareness, skills, and attitudes that are then applied to make measurable on-farm changes leading to greater sustainability. Projects may be submitted with or without an applied research component, but all projects must have an outcome-based education program for farmers. Research and Education grants are open to personnel at colleges and universities, Cooperative Extension, agricultural and community nonprofit organizations, municipalities, state departments of agriculture and federal agencies, research farms and experiment stations, for-profit entities (such as private consultants and agricultural businesses), and others who work with farmers and in food systems. Projects must take place within the Northeast region.