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WI Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Grants

SARE offers competitive grants to fund research and education projects that advance sustainable agricultural practices in the United States.

A small percentage of SARE funding may be used to purchase the materials required to conduct a research or education project, but generally SARE funding cannot be used to make large purchases for land, equipment or capital investment. Contact your SARE region for specific rules.


Eligible applicants include:
Farmers and ranchers
Extension agents and other educators
Graduate students

Eligible projects include:
On-farm renewable energy
Pest and weed management
Pastured livestock and rotational grazing
No-till and conservation tillage
Cover crops
High tunnels and season extension
Crop rotations
Sustainable communities
Integrated systems
Local and regional food systems
Small ruminants
and more

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