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June 2009


Idaho AgrAbility conducted a training session for OTs, PTs, VR Counselors, and school personnel at the AT Expo held in Twin Falls, ID.  The training focused on AgrAbility and the culture and hazards of farming/ranching.

The Idaho Agrability Project conducted several training sessions for the FFA members at their state convention and will host a presentation in June for the FFA state competition in Moscow, Idaho June 4th and 5th.

The Idaho Agrability Project is searching for people with AT needs that a Bishop Kelly High school design class can assist in order to participate in the 2009-2010 JETS/AbilityOne NEDC national competition.
Please contact: Kathy Griffin

Submitted by: Kathy Griffin