The National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT), a USDA-funded technical assistance provider focused on sustainable agriculture and renewable energy, has received a three-year, $1 million grant to build capacity and expand adoption of regenerative grazing practices across the southeastern United States. The Southern Sustainable Agriculture Research and Evaluation (SSARE) program funded the multi-state project, which will launch a network of landowners conducting farm trials focused on regenerative grazing practices as part of the broader NCAT Soil for Water program. JG will lead innovative evaluation methods over the course of the three-year project, including the use of digital knowledge mapping, to understand changes in communication and organizational networks over the course of the three years. For more information about this project, which is the largest grant award ever made by SSARE, see here: