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During its 2018-2019 funding cycle, Project CERES funded two proposals for the digitization and preservation of agricultural publications spanning 1913 to 1988. The projects include collections from the University of Tennessee and Colorado State University.
CRL and partners continue their support for preservation and digtiization of historical agricultural publications through Project CERES
Project Ceres grants a total of $48,839.43 to projects from five universities. 
CRL recently digitized an extensive run of The Daily Drovers Journal, founded in 1873 to report on the Chicago Stockyards. This complements the primary sources preserved through Project Ceres, opening further possibilities for researching the connections between agriculture and economic and political history.
Project Ceres—a collaboration between USAIN, AgNIC, and CRL—supports projects that preserve print materials essential to the study of agriculture and make those materials accessible through digitization.
The Grange Visitor, the official newspaper of the Michigan State Grange from 1875 to 1896, is online as a Michigan State University Digital Collection with support from Project CERES. With funding from the Center for Research Libraries, twenty-one volumes, 402 issues, and 3,239 pages are now preserved and accessible to researchers.
Project Ceres—a collaboration between USAIN, AgNIC, and CRL—is funding projects that preserve print materials essential to the study of agriculture and make those materials accessible through digitization.
Project Ceres—a collaboration between the United States Agricultural Information Network (USAIN), the Agriculture Network Information Collaborative (AgNIC) and CRL—has announced the funding of small projects that preserve print materials essential to the study of the history and economics of agriculture and make those materials accessible electronically through digitization.