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. Report sections vary depending upon the project type.
Annual reports are due the first week of April every year. Final reports are due 45 days after the project ends, with the exception of any grants awarded before 2010.
Reports are reviewed by the relevant regional SARE office before being posted to the SARE website.
To submit a report, you must obtain the project number and code and be a registered user of MySARE to claim your project. MySARE is an online reporting system that allows SARE project coordinators to submit project reports, events, and resources to SARE and the public.
MySARE Log In (Project coordinators only.)
Questions? Contact SARE at MySARE@sare.org
New projects must be registered in the National SARE database before they can receive funds or submit reports on project activities.
Research and Education projects must submit annual and final reports.
Large Systems projects must submit annual and final reports.
Professional Development Projects must submit annual and final reports on their training activities.
On-Farm projects must submit annual and final reports on their research activities.
Producer projects must submit annual and final reports on their research and education projects.
Sustainable Community Innovation projects must submit annual and final reports on their community development projects.
Graduate Student projects must submit annual and final reports on their research activities.