Reporting Instructions for the R&E, PDP, Graduate Student, and Partnership Grant Programs
About Project Reports
Producers, agriculture professionals and researchers awarded NCR-SARE grant funds have found wide-ranging outcomes that can help farmers and ranchers sustain their operations and the environment in which they operate.
As part of the contract for receiving SARE funds, project investigators provide progress and final reports on their research efforts. These reports list the contact information, the participants and their cooperators. They summarize project findings and outline objectives, research methods and results. This growing body of knowledge on sustainable agriculture can be accessed in a variety of ways.
You can review descriptions of NCR-SARE projects, search the National SARE database for all progress and final reports, or submit a report if you are a project investigator.
How to Submit A Report
Project leaders submit annual reports, followed by a final report at the project's conclusion. The project reports are divided into several sections, including a summary, objectives, materials and methods, and impacts/results/outcomes. The final report has additional sections that ask for information regarding economic analysis, publications/outreach, farmer adoption, and areas needing additional study. Project leaders are encouraged to upload supporting materials and products that have developed through their project.
Reports are reviewed by the relevant regional SARE office before being posted to the SARE website.
If you have received a grant from NCR-SARE and need to submit a report, these instructions explain the process for submitting an NCR-SARE project report in the MySARE Reporting System.
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