Southern SARE On-Farm Research Grant Calls for Proposals Released

Here is info on the SSARE On-Farm Research grant program.  If you have any questions on the SARE grant programs, are interesting in submitting a proposal or need some guidance, I can provide some assistance.  Feel free to email or call – my number is below.

 

All the best,

Heather

 

 

Heather Friedrich

University of Arkansas

Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability

Arkansas SARE Professional Development Program

479-575-2798

 

 

 

From: Candace Pollock [mailto:cpollock@uga.edu]
Sent: Wednesday, September 6, 2017 10:23 AM
Subject: Southern SARE On-Farm Research Grant Calls for Proposals Released

 

GRIFFIN, Georgia — The Call for Proposals for the 2018 On-Farm Research Grants, intended for agricultural professionals throughout the Southern region who regularly work with farmers/ranchers, has been released by the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SSARE) program.

 

Proposal submission deadline is Friday, Nov. 17, 2017 at 5 p.m. EST. Announcement of funded grants will take place in late February 2018.

 

Agriculture professionals in Cooperative Extension, Natural Resources Conservation Service, universities, NGOs, and government and non-government organizations who regularly work with farmers/ranchers are eligible to apply for a grant that affords them the opportunity to conduct on-farm research in sustainable agriculture.

 

Applicants must work with at least one farmer/rancher on the project to conduct on-farm research in sustainable agriculture.

 

The On-Farm Research Grants are not intended for farmers/ranchers.

 

If you are a farmer/rancher and are interested in applying for a grant, refer to the Producer Grant Program. The Call for Proposals for Producer Grants is also currently open.

 

On-Farm Research Grants may be funded up to two years for a project maximum of $15,000.

 

For complete information about how to apply for an On-Farm Research Grant, download the current Call for Proposals.

 

The Call for Proposals includes application information, use of funds, proposal submission instructions, and contact information. Be sure to carefully follow the information in the Call for Proposals when submitting your grant.  Failure to follow the submission guidelines will result in your proposal being rejected.

 

Visit www.southernsare.org for more information on sustainable agriculture.

 

 

Candace Pollock-Moore
Public Relations Coordinator
Southern SARE
University of Georgia Griffin campus
1109 Experiment St., Rm 207, Stuckey Bldg.

Griffin, GA 30223
770-412-4786
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