The USDA Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education (SARE) Program has coordinators in every state, as described in the program’s authorizing legislation. In 1995, the Northeast SARE region asked each state coordinator to gather information from a variety of agricultural stakeholders in order to draft individual state plans for sustainable agriculture. The Vermont plan describes specific problems and opportunities facing the state’s agriculture, and lists specific strategic actions to address them.
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Grubinger, Vernon P., "Strategic Plan for Sustainable Agriculture in Vermont" (1995). UVM Extension Faculty Publications. 14.