The national SARE program uses logic models to provide a description of the resources, activities, outputs, and outcomes of the program.
Northeast SARE uses two logic models to inform grant programming:
- SARE Logic Model for Research and Education Programs — applies to the Research and Education, Research for Novel Approaches, Farmer, Partnership, and Graduate Student grants.
- SARE Logic Model for Professional Development Training — applies to the Professional Development Grants and State programs.
Grantee Reporting and SARE Post-Project Evaluation
Grant recipients will be asked to report on performance indicators during the project and two to four years after their project’s completion. The following Grantee Reporting and SARE Post-project Evaluation charts show general reporting expectations.
- Research and Education and Research for Novel Approaches Grantee Reporting and SARE Post-Project Evaluation