Websites

Websites

Websites

Arkansas Seed to Student

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

Seed to Student is the Fayetteville Public Schools Farm to School and school garden program.

Bees of Georgia

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

A website listing native bees of the Southeast developed by Georgia Gwinnett College.

Biogas: A Renewable Biofuel

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

A University of Florida website developed as an outcome of SSARE-funded research in biogas production on small farms.

Biological Control as a Component of Sustainable Agriculture

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

A website presenting the sustainable pest management research of Dr. W. Joe Lewis of the USDA Agricultural Research Service. A peer-reviewed paper, A total system approach to sustainable pest management, is also available.

Breeding Honeybees for Nosema Resistance

Type: Southern SARE Project Summary

Rosecomb Apiaries in Tennessee received a Southern SARE grant to breed honeybees for multiple traits with a priority on Nosema disease resistance. Two primary outcomes of the project included improved stock that was distributed to local beekeepers, and the distribution of a realistic protocol of evaluating colonies for breeding purposes by part-time beekeepers.

Community-Based Food System Assessment and Planning

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

This guide was created to help communities conduct their own food system assessment and provide them with guidance on planning the development of a local food system.

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Cooperative Extension Farm to School Resources

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

Farm to School resources available from ASAP in North Carolina.

Natural Comb Management of Honeybees for Varroa Control

Type: Southern SARE Project Summary

Anderson County Beekeepers Association in Tennessee received a Southern SARE grant to explore the method of using natural comb management to control Varroa mite populations in honeybee colonies. Information on the following websites outlines the study, the technique used and the results.

Organic Horticulture Training for the Southeast

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

An interactive website to help ag professionals develop successful organic education programs.

Sustainable Beekeeping Practices through Production of Nucs

Type: Southern SARE Project Summary

The Prince William Regional Beekeepers Association in Virginia received a Southern SARE grant to promote sustainable beekeeping through the local production of nucleus colonies and local queen production. The results of the project demonstrated higher survival for nuc-started hives than package-started hives. Information outlined on the following website discusses the project, the technique, and the results.

Texas Local Food Network

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

An informational website developed by the City of Elgin, Texas for residents interested in sustainable agriculture.

Web-based Training and Certification Program for Meat Goat Producers

Type: Southern SARE Grantee-Produced Info Product

Web-based training and certification through Langston University on how to raise meat goats and produce safe, wholesome products.

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