2009/2010 Report from the Field

2009/2010 Report from the Field

2009/2010 Report from the Field

Conserving water and improving yields by introducing a new winter forage. Building soil health through cover crops, no-till and rotations. Slashing millions of pounds of excess fertilizer after conducting dozens of on-farm research trials. These stories and more can be found in SARE’s newly released, award-winning 2009/2010 Report from the Field, a collection of 12 profiles illustrating how SARE-funded producers, researchers and educators are collaborating to advance sustainable innovations to the whole of American agriculture.

Report from the Field relates stories of innovation from every corner of the United States that are occurring in key areas of American agriculture, including land stewardship, clean energy production, marketing and urban agriculture, to name a few. Report from the Field also includes updates on some of the funding allocations and priority activities being pursued by staff in each of SARE’s four regions.

Product specs
Year: 2010
Length: 20 Pages
 

2016 Annual Report

For the first time, we are sharing a yearly snapshot of our work. The stories provided here typify the creative, participatory and integrated research Western SARE annually funds – led by land grant institution researchers and graduate students, Extension and other ag professionals, and nonprofit leaders in full partnership with producers.