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Funding Seminar - USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research & Education (SARE) program

Opportunities for research, education, Extension, and graduate student funding from the USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) program.
When Aug 18, 2017
from 12:00 PM to 01:00 PM
Where Loftsgard Hall Room 380, NDSU Campus
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North Central SARE

Please join us for a complimentary pizza lunch and an informational session on funding opportunities available through the USDA-NIFA SARE program.  A presentation of approximately 30 minutes will be provided by Beth Nelson, Rob Myers and Joan Benjamin on grant opportunities offered through North Central Region SARE, including information on sources of technical information available through the SARE program.

  • Dr. Beth Nelson, Regional Director, NCR-SARE Research and Education Programs
  • Dr Rob Myers, Regional Director, NCR-SARE Extension Programs
  • Joan Benjamin, Associate Regional Coordinator NCR-SARE and Coordinator of Farmer Rancher and Youth Educator Grant Programs
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SARE Funding Seminar

The USDA SARE program is currently funded at $27 million per year nationally. This presentation should be of interest to a wide range of faculty, staff and graduate students working on agriculture, food, and rural issues. Following the presentation there will be time for questions and discussion about SARE funding and resources. Karl Hoppe and Bill Hodous, North Dakota SARE Co-coordinators, will also be available to answer questions.

The seminar will also be broadcast by interactive video to the seven Research Extension Centers. Please contact if you need to connect to the meeting from a location other than one of the REC videoconference rooms.

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