Manage Your Grant
If you are a grantee or a member of a project team, you can use this section to find out about how to manage your SARE award. You may also want to read this section to understand SARE's expectations before submitting a grant application.
If you are having problems
You can get help if you are experiencing a problem with your project. The SARE staff is ready to support you.
Once your project is funded, you should be aware of NCR-SARE's general financial requirements.
As part of the contract for receiving SARE funds, project investigators provide progress and final reports on their research efforts.
NCR-SARE grantees may request a no-cost extension for their project if it will not be completed by the project end date. Grantees are encouraged to make their requests at least two months before the project's original end date.
These forms serve as our confirmation that SARE and USDA will have rights to use and distribute the photographs you submit.
Do you have an upcoming field day or webinar scheduled as part of your SARE project? Would you like help publicizing or promoting your SARE project? NCR-SARE can help!
Logos and language have been developed to include on products and publications associated with SARE.
Field days are educational events hosted by the producer and held on-farm or on-ranch. The events usually include demonstrations of specific management practices and equipment and/or highlight research methods and results. Take a look at the tips, tools and resources assembled here to help guarantee a successful event.