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Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE)

Definition:

SARE is the USDA's primary means of studying and publicizing sustainable agriculture practices. Through a competitive grants program that works with teams of agencies, organizations, and farmers, more than 3000 projects have been implemented.

Example of Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE):

SARE’s mission is to achieve sustainable agriculture practices by giving grants to farmers. Some of SARE’s projects includes making guidebooks for building soils and creating guides to build inexpensive high tunnels.
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