U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef Project Support

To promote and encourage continuous improvement in sustainability of the U.S. beef value chain, the USRSB has developed the following guiding principles and guidelines for project support through the efforts of the USRSB to recognize, as appropriate, other sustainability initiatives whose aims are consistent with our mission and vision.

Guiding Principles and Guidelines for Project Support

Project Support Proposal Form [APPLICATION]

To process your submission please complete the above 'Project Support Proposal Form' and return to [email protected] or mail to the following address along with any additional supporting documentation or information that will aid the USRSB in evaluating your proposed project:

    U.S. Roundtable for Sustainable Beef
    c/o USRSB Administrator
    9110 E. Nichols Ave., Suite 300
    Centennial, CO 80112

To learn more about the current pilot projects and other efforts of the Project Resource & Review Committee, please click here for more information. For additional questions about project proposals, please contact the USRSB Administrator for details. 

Project Support Proposal Review and Timeline

Projects will be considered based on submissions received and accompanying documentation, with priority given to projects that meet multiple objectives. Upon receipt, project proposals will be reviewed in accordance with the guiding principles and guidelines for project support. Projects that meet the necessary requirements will then be sent to the Project Resource & Review Committee for further evaluation and consideration at their next meeting. Please note that while the USRSB will make every attempt to review and respond to each applicant's project proposal within 60 calendar days of submission, the USRSB makes no commitment regarding the amount of time needed to review a project proposal, due to the varying amount of time needed to review project proposals and the schedules of the Project Resource & Review Committee members.

For reference, a courtesy email notification will be sent to applicants acknowledging receipt of the project proposal and accompanying time frame for review. Should the USRSB receive a project support proposal request with less than 30 days notice prior to the requested support deadline, the USRSB reserves the right to immediately deny the proposal due to time constraints. Furthermore, the USRSB reserves the right to accept or deny any application for project support for any reason based upon the discretion of the Project Resource & Review Committee and overseeing Board of Directors. Upon final evaluation, applicants will receive an email notification regarding the determination of the project proposal's request for support.