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NMSU to host WSARE grant proposal workshop in Albuquerque Dec. 11

ALBUQUERQUE – Have a project idea related to supporting sustainable agriculture, but need financial help with the project?

Jim Freeburn, left, Western Sustainable Agriculture Research Education professional development regional training officer, visits with Edmond Gomez, project director of New Mexico State University's Rural Agricultural Improvement and Public Affairs Project. Freeburn will be holding a WSARE grant proposal writing workshop Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Albuquerque. (Courtesy photo)

Western Sustainable Agriculture Research Education provides competitive grants for farmers and researchers that can help to fund their ambitions.

For more information about WSARE, visit https://www.westernsare.org.

A workshop about writing proposals for WSARE grants will be held from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesday, Dec. 11, at New Mexico State University’s Cooperative Extension Service offices in Bernalillo County, 1510 Menaul Blvd. NW, Albuquerque.

“Jim Freeburn, WSARE professional development regional training coordinator, will present the workshop,” said Stephanie Walker, WSARE New Mexico program co-coordinator and NMSU Extension vegetable specialist. “Learn how to successfully submit and receive grant proposals to fund innovation and research on your farm or institution.”

The workshop is free and open to the public. Register online at http://rsvp.nmsu.edu/rsvp/wsaregrants.