Southern SARE grants are open for applications

Project Type: PDP State Program
Funds awarded in 2023: $22,000.00
Projected End Date: 06/30/2024
Grant Recipient: Department of Animal & Dairy Sciences at Mississippi State University
Region: Southern
State: Mississippi
State Coordinator:
Dr. Leyla Rios
Department of Animal & Dairy Sciences at Mississippi State University
Southern SARE grants are open for applications for more information, please contact the new SARE Program Assistant for MSSTATE Ms. Libby Durst [email protected]
The Call for Pre-proposals for the Southern SARE 2024 Professional Development Program (PDP) Grant is now open.
The Professional Development Program is a “Train-the-Trainer” program, providing funding to agricultural professionals and organizations to train Cooperative Extension agents, NRCS, USDA field personnel, and other ag professionals and educators in areas of sustainable agriculture production practices. Training activities may include seminars, workshops, farm tours, on-farm demonstrations, or the marketing and distributing of training materials. Activities may take place in a single state, multiple states, or throughout the entire Southern region.
The 2024 Call for Pre-Proposals is attached. Carefully read the application instructions. All of the guidelines, program goals, review criteria, and the submission process to apply for a Southern SARE Professional Development Program Grant will be found within the Call for Proposal. Failure to follow the submission guidelines may result in the rejection of the pre-proposal.
The deadline to submit a Pre-proposal is August 31, 2023, at 12 p.m. EST (Noon).
You can find more information here:
Leyla Rios, Mississippi State University
Libby Durst, Mississippi State University
Target audiences:
Farmers/Ranchers; Educators; Researchers; Consumers
Ordering info:
Leyla Rios
[email protected]
Mississippi State Unviersity
Mississippi State, MS 39762
This product is associated with the project "2023-2024 Mississippi Sustainable Farming Training Program"
Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this publication are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the view of the U.S. Department of Agriculture or SARE.