Kerri Ebert is coordinator for the Kansas Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Alternative Crops at Kansas State University. The Center was established in 2001 to emphasize research, education, outreach and marketing for sustainable agriculture and alternative food, fiber, and medicinal crops in Kansas. The Center is based in K-State’s Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources Division on the main campus in Manhattan. The Center also coordinates the Kansas SARE (Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education) Program. Kerri is a fourth generation Kansas farmer who, with her husband, raises purebred sheep in Pottawatomie County.

Kerri Ebert will be presenting the following on Saturday:

3:10 p.m. Sustainable Agriculture Programs For Kansas Farmers
Kansas State University is home to the Kansas Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Alternative Crops – long name, helpful program. Learn about the Center and the sustainable ag programs it works with. More importantly this is an opportunity to learn about grants available from SARE – Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (another long name, helpful program) especially the grant programs for farmers: Farmer Rancher Grant , Partnership Grant, and Youth Educator Grant. We’ll discuss what types of programs have been funded, what SARE looks for in a grant, and how to get started writing a grant.

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