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This educational conference will bring together Pacific Island producers, ag professionals, government and agency professionals, lenders, business leaders and economic development professionals together with Western SARE leaders to:
• Share success stories and lessons to be learned
• Build potential partnerships for ag infrastructure projects
• Identify potential funding sources
• Improve the quality of proposals submitted to SARE and other agencies
The National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health, held Feb. 17-19, 2014 in Omaha, Neb., brought together 300 agricultural leaders and innovators to explore how we can make American agriculture more sustainable through improved soil health.
Review and download dozens of handouts and posters from seven listening sessions held around the Western Region. Please note that all documents will open as a PDF.
Strengthening Agriculture’s Infrastructure: Adding Value, Breaking Down Barriers, Increasing Profits
December 3 – 5, 2012, Embassy Suites, Portland Oregon
Because water scarcity is one of the most urgent challenges confronting farmers and ranchers in the southwestern United States today, Western SARE Professional Development Program and New Mexico State University held the Water: The Foundation of Agricultural Sustainability Conference on August 7 in Santa Fe, N.M.
Read the overview and texts of speeches delivered at the 20th Anniversary National SARE Conference in March 2008.