Call for Proposals for 2022 Research and Education Grant Program – US
The Northeast Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) has announced a call for proposals for the 2022 Research and Education Grant Program to farmers, educators, service providers, researchers, graduate students and others to address key issues affecting the sustainability of agriculture throughout the region.
The Research and Education Grant program funds projects that result in gains in farmer knowledge, awareness, skills and attitudes that are then applied to make measurable on-farm changes leading to greater sustainability.
The focus on farmer behavior change is a key requirement of this grant program.
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Northeast SARE’s Administrative Council has allocated $2 million to fund projects for this cycle of Research and Education Grants. There is no funding cap for this program but proposals funded typically range from $30,000 to $250,000 depending upon the project’s complexity and duration. They estimate that 10 to 15 awards will be made for the 2022 cycle.
Typical project length is 2 to 3 years. All projects must be completed by November 30, 2025.
Research and Education Grants are open to anyone who works with farmers, including personnel at nonprofit organizations, colleges and universities, Cooperative Extension, municipalities, tribal governments, state departments of agriculture, federal agencies, research farms and experiment stations, for-profit business entities (such as private consultants, farmers and veterinary practices), etc.
Northeast SARE encourages projects submitted from or in collaboration with women, the LGBTQ+ community, and Black, Indigenous and People of Color (BIPOC).
Additionally, they encourage projects submitted from or in collaboration with Minority Serving Institutions (including 1890s and other historically Black colleges and universities, Hispanic-Serving Institutions, and tribal colleges and universities) and other organizations in the Northeast that work with historically underrepresented communities.
Your organization must have the legal structure and financial capacity in place to receive and execute a Northeast SARE contract, including expending funds needed for the project prior to receiving reimbursements from Northeast SARE; advance payments are not possible.
For more information, visit https://northeast.sare.org/grants/get-a-grant/research-and-education-grant-program/