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  • James Harrison Hill, Sr. Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program
    Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Types of Grants James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Research Education Grants Large Systems Research Grants Professional Development Grants On Farm Research Grants Producer Grants Sustainable Community Innovation Grants Graduate Student Grants James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancem Systems Research Types of Grants Research Education Grants Large Systems Research Grants Professional Development Grants On Farm Research Grants Producer Grants Sustainable Community Innovation Grants Graduate Student Grants James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement Grant Program Named in memory of Southern region SARE s long time 1890 Land Grant liaison in the office of limited resource farmer and minority outreach Creating a pipeline for tomorrow s leaders in sustainable agriculture Providing for tomorrow s leaders in sustainable agriculture is at an inflection point There is a growing public interest in sustainable agriculture and at the same time there is a paucity of collegiate students engaged in sustainable agriculture programs It is well documented that professional early engagement of students influences their college education and career choices Therefore the Southern SARE program is offering grants as an enhancement of Research and Education projects targeted at attracting freshman and sophomore undergraduate and or pre collegiate high school students to pursue college degrees emphasizing sustainable agriculture Many of the SARE funded projects are ideally suited for student internship mentoring opportunities The James Harrison Hill Sr Young Scholar Enhancement YSE Grant is designed to provide funds to an open Research and Education project to hire a high school or college student for the summer to participate in a research program in sustainable agriculture The program emphasizes but is not limited to attracting socially disadvantaged minorities who are currently underrepresented in sustainable agriculture careers and professions The Southern Region includes Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi North Carolina Oklahoma South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Puerto Rico and the U S Virgin Islands A James Harrison Hill Sr Young

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  • Grant CFP Archives
    Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Apply for a Grant Grant CFP Archives Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Grant CFP Archives Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Grant CFP Archives Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Grant CFP Archives Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Grant CFP Archives Calls for Proposal use for historical purposes only these are not current R E Large Systems PDP Producer On Farm SCI Grad Mentor Preliminary Planning 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2016 2015 No Large Systems 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2015 2014 No Large Systems 2014 2014 2014 2014 No SCI 2014 2014 2013 No Large Systems 2013 2013 A 2013 B 2013 A 2013 B 2013 A 2013 B No SCI 2013 2013 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2012 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2011 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010 2010

    Original URL path: http://www.southernsare.org/Grants/Apply-for-a-Grant/Grant-CFP-Archives (2016-05-01)
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  • Grant Writing Tips
    Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Grant Writing Tips Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Grant Writing Tips Writing a grant can be intimidating especially if this is your first time applying for a grant or if you are not entirely familiar with the grant writing process The following are two great Power Points put together by Southern SARE s James Hill from Fort Valley State University on how to write a successful grant We encourage you to refer to these Power Points as you put your proposal together We also offer grant writing workshops for groups Please contact James Hill at hillj fvsu edu for more information Writing a Winning Proposal WritingaWinningProposal ppt 753 00 kB 10 Tips to Grant Writing Success TipstoGrantWriting ppt 1 06 MB Tips to Writing a Successful Proposal Follow the rules in the Call for Proposals Use 12 point font Don t include anything not requested in this Call for Proposals Develop clear goals Whether you are trying to solve an insect pest problem conduct a marketing project or do something no one s even thought of yet simple and clear goals let the reviewers know WHAT your goal is Then as they read your application they can see HOW you are going to reach your goal Plan ahead on how to accomplish your project Think about the details before you fill out the proposal If you are doing a research project and choose to use an experimental design make sure the design is capable of yielding conclusive results If you need help on a research design include a cooperator with experience in on farm research Measure your results Chances are you are going to measure something So whether it is crop yield milk protein content bigger tomatoes increased market share for a cooperative etc make sure that what you are measuring will give you the information you need to tell if you have accomplished your objectives If you take samples for example plants or insects make sure that your samples are representative of the whole field or plot Timing is everything Let the reviewers know WHEN

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  • Video: Perspectives on Systems Research
    Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Writing Your Grant Video Perspectives on Systems Research Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Video Perspectives on Systems Research Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Video Perspectives on Systems Research This set of videos produced by Lee Meyer and Jeff Franklin of the University of Kentucky with support from the University of Georgia uses the advice and experiences of systems research experts to help you become a productive systems researcher and a more successful grant writer The educational program is divided into five video modules Module 1 Introduction and Meet the Exemplars Module 2 Getting Started in Systems Research Module 3 Building a Systems Research Team Module 4 Overcoming Challenges and Obstacles Module 5 Funding and Support The videos can also be found on University of Kentucky s College of Agriculture YouTube channel Meet the Experts Charlie Jackson director one of the founding farmers of the Appalachian Sustainable Agriculture Project

    Original URL path: http://www.southernsare.org/Grants/Writing-Your-Grant/Video-Perspectives-on-Systems-Research (2016-05-01)
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  • Power Points: SSARE Funding Opportunities
    Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Search Grant Projects Search the Database Grant Project Products Funded Grants in Your State Special Project Reports Professional Development Program SARE in Your State Apply for a PDP Grant State Ag Coordinators Funded Grants in Your State Fellows Search for Excellence Programs Educational Resources Books Bulletins Courses and Curricula Fact Sheets From the Field Multimedia Newsletters SARE Project Products SSARE Snapshots SARE Biennial Reports SANET SARE Program Materials Topic Rooms News and Media Press Releases Common Ground Newsletter Index Annual Report Join Our Mailing List Social Media Media Toolkit Southern SARE Logo Events Southern SARE Event Calendar Southern Region Cover Crops Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Writing Your Grant Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Grant Writing Tips Video Perspectives on Systems Research Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Power Points SSARE Funding Opportunities Learn more about our grants with these Power Point presentations on the basics

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  • SSARE grant management FAQs
    and Education Grants Sustainable Community Grants John Mayne Graduate Students Grants Producer Grants On Farm Grants David Redhage Professional Development Grants CC all PDP Requests to Toni DeWitt PDP Program Assistant and Jami Sealey SSARE Accountant What happens next To the Top Change the Principle Investigator 1 Type a brief letter or email with the following content Justify and explain the circumstances that led to the need for the change in PI Provide the name and contact information for the new PI Provide the vita resume for the new PI Provide a letter from the New PI confirming his her role and acceptance Address it to the appropriate person for your grant type Jeff Jordan Research and Education Grants Research and Education Planning Grants Sustainable Community Grants John Mayne Graduate Students Grants Producer Grants On Farm Grants David Redhage Professional Development Grants CC all PDP Requests to Toni DeWitt PDP Program Assistant and Jami Sealey SSARE Accountant What happens next To the Top Change the Scope or Objectives of the project 1 Type a brief letter or email with the following content Justify and explain the circumstances that led to the need to change the scopes or objectives Provide descriptions for the new scopes or objectives Describe any budget modifications that may be needed for the newly formed objectives Address it to the appropriate person for your grant type Jeff Jordan Research and Education Grants Sustainable Community Grants John Mayne Graduate Students Grants Producer Grants On Farm Grants David Redhage Professional Development Grants CC all PDP Requests to Toni DeWitt PDP Program Assistant and Jami Sealey SSARE Accountant Once the request has been received Dr Jordan will review and determine whether the request should be submitted to the Administrative Council for their approval Once this process is completed the approved request will be processed and forwarded to the UGA Sponsored Programs unit in Athens A formal modification to the award will be issued by Sponsored Programs at UGA This modification will be mailed to the PI s institution organization agency financial or administrative contact on file Once received by the institution organization agency it should be signed and returned to UGA for finalization The entire process can take up to 60 business days To the Top Modify or Re budget the original project Budget 1 Type a brief letter or email with the following content Justify and explain the circumstances that led to the need for changing the budget How it will impact the project scopes or objectives Complete the Revised Budget form Address it to the appropriate person for your grant type Jeff Jordan Research and Education Grants Sustainable Community Grants John Mayne Graduate Students Grants Producer Grants On Farm Grants David Redhage Professional Development Grants CC all PDP Requests to Toni DeWitt PDP Program Assistant and Jami Sealey SSARE Accountant What happens next To the Top Close out of the project The following item must be received in order to close all awards Final Invoice This document comes

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  • SARE project photo tips
    Conference National Conference on Cover Crops and Soil Health About Us What is Sustainable Agriculture History of SSARE Advisory Leadership Contact SSARE AC State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Managing Your Grant Project Photo Tips Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Accounting Grant Management Project Photo Tips Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Project Photo Tips Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Accounting Grant Management Project Photo Tips Submitting Grant Reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Project Photo Tips TIPS FOR Southern SARE PROJECT PHOTOS Format Digital photography has made it easier for project leaders to submit photos almost too easy There is an increasing tendency to submit a cd with dozens even hundreds of carelessly taken photos Please limit your report photo submission to no more than 10 high res 300 dpi jpg files The files can now be posted right into the reporting template You must include a USDA photo release form with every image of a recognizable person Move in Close We have enough wide shots of anonymous crops with and without tractors to last forever Don t take any more unless you have the opportunity to photograph a startling before and after series showing the results of a treatment If you do that take photos from the same spot each time and include a landmark such as a tree barn or other non moving object to indicate all shots are taken from the same location Other than when special cases warrant such wide shots concentrate on medium shots and close ups so individual plants animals and people are identifiable Anytime you can photograph a happy looking person with healthy crops and livestock take advantage of the opportunity Remember those faces are not usable without the USDA photo release Capture the ho hum moment Take your camera on the slowest most boring days of the project activities not the field days or special events when you and everyone else are too busy to have photography on your mind What you are looking for are people doing something anything connected with your project Working on a tractor looking through a microscope calculating fertilizer rates on a computer program scouting for insects dipping water samples applying mulch measuring plants whatever tasks would be performed on an average ho hum day in the research plots labs or on the farm It may sound boring to you but when we take such images from several different projects and put them in a photo display or publication the variety the diversity of people and the landscapes really show off what

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  • Annual and Final Report Instructions for Research and Education Projects
    State Coordinator Tools SARE Travel Home Grants Submitting Grant Reports R E reports Grants Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports R E reports Large Systems reports PDP project reports On Farm reports Producer reports SCI reports Graduate Student reports Funded Grants in Your State R E reports Systems Research Types of Grants Grant Deadlines Apply for a Grant Proposal Budget Checklist Writing Your Grant Managing Your Grant Submitting Grant Reports R E reports Large Systems reports PDP project reports On Farm reports Producer reports SCI reports Graduate Student reports Funded Grants in Your State Can t find something Ask or send feedback SARE s mission is to advance to the whole of American agriculture innovations that improve profitability stewardship and quality of life by investing in groundbreaking research and education SARE s vision is Annual and Final Report Instructions for Research and Education Projects These instructions are for project investigators who have entered their grant project in MySARE including a proposal narrative the year your grant was awarded Annual reports are submitted for each year of project activities until the project is completed Then a final report is submitted If you are submitting an annual report there will be four sections 1 Summary 2 Objectives Performance Targets 3 Accomplishments Milestones and 4 Impacts and Contributions Outcomes If you need help in figuring out what to put in those four sections refer to Annual Report Content Instructions For final reports the sections are 1 Summary 2 Introduction 3 Objectives Performance Targets 4 Materials and Methods 5 Results and Discussion Milestones 6 Impacts and Results Outcomes 7 Economic Analysis 8 Publications Outreach 9 Farmer Adoption and 10 Areas Needing Additional Study If you need help

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