North Dakota State University’s State Board of Agricultural Research and Education (NDSU, SBARE) is requesting input for 2021-2023 program priorities.
SBARE handles the budget and policy-making oversight for the North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and NDSU Station.
“In years past, SBARE has taken input on priorities with verbal testimony at listening sessions across the state plus through written testimony, and that process will continue unchanged,” said Mark Birdsall, SBARE chair from Berthold, ND.
“However, now we’re also offering an online form for individuals and groups to share needs and potential solutions.”
Parties interested in offering input may do so at https://www.ag.ndsu.edu/sbare/stakeholder-input by Dec. 20, attend an in-person meeting on Nov. 14-15 at the NDSU Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center, or Dec. 4, at the North Dakota Heritage Center in Bismarck, ND.
To testify in person, contact Wendy Breitbach at 701-231-7656 or email@example.com two weeks before the requested meeting.