Multistate Research Projects
Multistate research projects focus on high-priority topics among the state agricultural experiment stations (SAESs) in partnership with NIFA, other research institutions and agencies, and the Cooperative Extension System. Their goal is to enable joint problem-solving activities beyond the scope of a single SAES, and to provide a more efficient and comprehensive approach to resolving serious problems. Among the multistate research projects that focus on environmental and resource economics issues are:
Another example of the multistate approach is the Southern Natural Resource Economics Committee (SERA 30), a coordination and planning group. This group's objective is to provide needed information to federal and state agencies so that a prudent decision can be made that enhances the economy and protects the environmental quality in the region.
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