Impact of Graduate Students in Sustainable Agri...

Impact of Graduate Students in Sustainable Agriculture Grants

Impact of Graduate Students in Sustainable Agriculture Grants

From the Field Publication
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As Western SARE approached its 20th anniversary funding noteworthy sustainable agriculture research and outreach, the Administrative Council explored ideas to train the next generation of scientists and ag professionals. To help “grow” a well-trained new generation, the Administrative Council initiated the Graduate  Student Grants in Sustainable Agriculture program in 2005 with an initial allocation of $100,000. That year, 10 projects were funded out of 25 submitted proposals. Since then, 78 projects have been funded for a total of $1,470,666.

Overall the grants program is a solid investment in the future of sustainable agriculture in the West and U.S. This publication highlights six high quality graduate student projects.

Product specs
Format: Fact Sheets
Year: 2016
Length: 12 Pages
Author(s): Stacie Clary
Location: West

Sustainable Ag in the Pacific Islands

Download the report to read highlights of funded projects in Guam, Micronesia, the Northern Marianas Islands, and American Samoa, such as combating plant disease in key crops, building direct links between farmers and chefs, and creating integrated vegetable and livestock systems.