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North Central SARE Youth Educator Grant

Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education

Closed November 10, 2022


NCR-SARE recognizes that youth programs are a way to introduce new and exciting farming and ranching options to youth, parents, and community members. The Youth Educator program provides opportunities for youth to learn about Sustainable Agriculture (farming and ranching that is ecologically sound, profitable, and socially responsible). Youth Educator grants support projects by youth educators that encourage youth to try sustainable practices and explore sustainable agriculture as a viable career option.


Eligibility

A Youth Educator is someone who teaches youth about sustainable agriculture; this may include professional educators (4-H, FFA, Extension, grade school, high school, community college, college, university), farmers/ranchers, home-schoolers, other youth, educators from non-profit organizations, etc.


Terms

Project Length and Reporting

If funded, you have up to 23 months to complete your project. A progress report and budget are due January 31, 2022, and a final report and budget are due January 31, 2023. If your project is completed after one year, you can submit the final report at that time.


Application Instructions

Proposals are submitted online at: projects.sare.org

You must make an account to apply.

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Details

Deadline

November 10, 2022

Financial Instrument

Grant

Maximum Award Amount

$6,000


Updated September 3, 2022

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