The Wisconsin Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program offers information and support to educators seeking to expand their knowledge about and outreach in sustainable agriculture.
Sustainable agriculture is economically profitable, environmentally sound, and socially equitable by supporting individuals, families, and communities. See About for common definitions of sustainable agriculture.
For a brief introduction to sustainable agriculture see Sustainable Agriculture: an Introduction
Funding for this program is provided by the North Central Region SARE Program, which is a USDA program that works to promote sustainable agriculture in the United States by providing grants, publishing information, and supporting professional development in sustainable agriculture.