Western SARE provides grants in several categories. Each of these grants is available at specific times of the year. Applying online for a Western SARE grant is a simple step-by-step process. Please read each grant's specific requirements, timeline, and writing tips.
After reading the information, you may be ready to submit your application. Be aware that if you have not done so already, you will need to register some personal information before you can log in and sign up for a grant.
If you have questions feel free to contact the Western SARE office.
Western SARE offers grants in five categories which are described here.
Project leaders should use this survey and evaluation tool at workshops and other events that take place as part of their Western SARE-funded project.
Grantees must use these guidelines when creating printed or electronic materials or talking with the media about the project.
Western SARE grantees may request a no-cost extension for their project if it will not be completed by the project end date. Grantees are encouraged to make their requests at least two months before the project's original end date. Read more about how to make this request.
Field days are educational events hosted by the producer and held on-farm or on-ranch. The events usually include demonstrations of specific management practices and equipment and/or highlight research methods and results. Take a look at the tips, tools and resources assembled here to help guarantee a successful event.
Western SARE periodically surveys grant recipients and grant applicants to get feedback on the grant programs.