Sustainable Agriculture Educational Materials Available

SARE has a lot of really good materials on sustainable agriculture that non-profits can get for free! See info below.  If you’re a grower and would like a copy of SARE materials (books, bulletins etc) just let me know and I can get them for you.  Go to the SARE.org website to find a complete list.

 

Regards,

Heather

 

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Sent: Friday, August 25, 2017 2:30 PM
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Subject: Sustainable Agriculture Educational Materials Available

 

Free SARE Books, Bulletins Available for Nonprofit Educators

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Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education

Advancing innovations in sustainable agriculture since 1988

 

 

Free SARE Books, Bulletins Available to Nonprofit Educators

 

Looking for educational materials to supplement your next farm tour, workshop or conference program? SARE books, bulletins and promotional materials are available at no cost to nonprofit organizations hosting sustainable agriculture educational programs for 10 or more farmers, ranchers or agricultural educators. A limit of 25 free books per organization per year applies.

 

Materials available in print may be requested for domestic, nonprofit use only and may not be resold. Please allow six weeks for your request to be reviewed and materials to be delivered. Limited quantities are available, and SARE reserves the right to limit orders, reject a request or modify these terms at any time. 

 

Request materials using the materials request form.

 

Questions? Contact info@sare.org.

 

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