and Sustainability -- Agriculture
Better Rural Places, a 2001 resource guide to federal
programs offering assistance in agriculture, forestry, conservation,
and rural community development, provides descriptions and contact
information for federal programs--primarily in USDA but also
EPA and Fish and Wildlife Service--that offer support to farmers
and others seeking technical assistance, information, or financial
resources on rural sustainable development. HTML and PDF web
versions are available on the ATTRA--National
Sustainable Agriculture Information Service website,
along with daily announcements of Funding Opportunities related
to sustainable agriculture nationwide.
Farm Bill 2002
A collective effort by USDA agencies to explain and provide
information on all the provisions and implementation of the
2002 Farm Bill.
Agriculture Research and Education Program's Grant Opportunities
Provides information on current and upcoming grant programs,
as well as application guidelines.
Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program
SARE works to increase knowledge about--and help farmers and
ranchers adopt--practices that are economically viable, environmentally
sound and socially responsible. To advance such knowledge nationwide,
SARE administers a competitive grants program.
Change: Financing Sustainable Agriculture, University
of Idaho, 1994
Identifies a collection of government grant and loan programs
for sustainable agriculture activities.
Last updated: April 6, 2004
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