State Ag Coordinator Tools
Tools for assisting State Ag Coordinators in their SARE duties
State Coordinator Guide: Your role as a SARE state coordinator (Updated December 2015)
- Materials for training agents in risk management for beef cattle forage production
- Materials for training in forage-based production systems for direct marketed beef
Grant Fact Sheets
Large Systems Research
Sustainable Community Innovation
Power Point Presentations
(The presentations contain script notes to help anyone with a knowledge of Southern SARE make a smooth talk. Before using a presentation, read over it and make updates in Power Point as necessary for number of grant programs, annual funding amounts, etc.)
- SARE and Resilient Agriculture: Participatory assessment of sustainability from an ecological resilience perspective
- SARE and Extension: Tips for Outreach
- Advancing Sustainable Ag Innovations: SSARE Producer Grant Funding Opportunities
- Advancing Sustainable Ag Innovations: SSARE Funding Opportunities for Researchers, Graduate Students, and Ag Educators
- Southern SARE and the 1890s
- Professional Development Program: SSARE Train-the-trainer Grant Program
- Southern SARE--a different kind of grants program
- Southern SARE--Mainstream is just a state of mind
- Southern SARE--How it works
- Southern SARE and Local Food
- Southern SARE Farmers as Teachers
- Southern SARE and Community Grants
Please read and follow the guidelines to ensure ALL requirements are met before submitting travel expense reimbursement.
If you travel for SARE (state coordinators, AC members, TAC members, etc):
In order to have expenses paid for SARE related trips that are not associated with a project follow the Travel Regulations and use the Travel Template and two copies of the Honorarium Form for reporting expenses. As stated in the AC Handbook, producers and NGO representatives are allowed $200 per day plus expenses when attending AC meetings or participating in the program at a PDP workshop or other SARE meetings.
If you travel for SARE as a scholarship recipient:
In addition, include two copies of the Honorarium Form for reporting expenses.
A Travel Expense Reimbursement Checklist is available to help you make sure all necessary information is included with your reimbursement request. Missing information will delay the processing of reimbursements. Please be careful to make sure all information is properly documented and receipts are enclosed.
NOTE: Government GSA meal per diem rates do not apply when traveling within Georgia. Please contact Amanda Hollar at email@example.com or 770-412-4787 for current Georgia meal per diem rates.
Travel forms updated 12/21/2015