Welcome to the national continuing education program in sustainable agriculture presented by Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE). It emphasizes core concepts and a basic understanding of sustainable agriculture, its goals and its relevance to every farming and ranching operation – large or small.
The core of the national continuing education program is a series of three interactive, online courses The courses are self-paced, allowing you to take them on your own schedule.Learning outcomes and objectives are aimed at the broad topics and issues related to sustainable agriculture. Students who want to explore topics in greater depth should follow the multimedia and information links throughout each course, and seek other educational opportunities in their state or region.
Course 1 - Sustainable Agriculture Principles and Concept Overview
Course 2 - Strategic Farm/Ranch Planning and Marketing
Course 3 - Agricultural Ecosystem Management
Cost DetailsFor questions about this course series and the SARE program contact: Kim Kroll, Associate Director National SARE Program 1122 Patapsco Building, University of Maryland, College Park, MD 20742-6715, (301) 405-9912, email@example.com.
This program is designed primarily for Cooperative Extension and Natural Resource Conservation Service personnel, and is also open to farmers, ranchers, and other agricultural professionals nationwide.