2015/2016 Report from the Field

2015/2016 Report from the Field

2015/2016 Report from the Field

SARE is a program of partnerships. This is especially borne out in the projects that SARE funds: Countless projects are widely meaningful to U.S. agriculture because they involve collaborations that draw together researchers, educators, farmers and ranchers, public agencies and nonprofit organizations. 2015/2016 Report from the Field is full of stories of research and education projects that are successful in large part because they have partnerships at their core. For example:

Read also about the impact of the Sustainable Agriculture Fellowship, a two-year professional development opportunity for Extension educators that has been conducted since 2007 through a partnership between SARE and the National Association of County Agricultural Agents (NACAA). “Our SARE Fellows are generally early or mid-career, and have gone on to serve in leadership roles in NACAA and Extension," says Ohio State University's Mike Hogan, a past president of NACAA. "They are leaders in sustainability for our Extension system and our newer educators.”

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Year: 2016
Length: 20 Pages
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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.