West Virginia AgrAbility exhibited and presented at the Small Farms Conference held in Morgantown March 2nd-5th. The conference focused on sustainable ag practices, local markets, small farm management, and native crop production. AgrAbility provided information on the role of assistive technology, farm safety and injury prevention in agriculture.
West Virginia staff will present Caring for Caregivers: Tools for Supporting Caregivers in Rural Areas at the West Virginia Chapter of the National Association of Social Workers in late April. This training is specifically for professionals in supportive roles for caregivers including in-home aides, mental health professionals, and healthcare providers.
Submitted by:Mary Slabinski