While we won't ask for registrations until January 2017, it isn't too early to think about a few things:
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Submitted by JoBeth Rath
The National AgrAbility Project partnered with several ag health and safety groups including the AgriSafe Network, Ohio State grain safety, and Penn State safety program, for an exhibit at the National FFA Convention. Each organization presented their program thru interactive activities that engaged the FFA members and visitors via a scavenger hunt with a safety t-shirt as their reward. The AgrAbility display included AgrAbility brochures, AgrAbility Harvest newsletters, other publications, and a John Deere tractor with a Life Essentials lift.
Submitted by Steve Swain
Paul Jones, NAP project manager, and Chuck Baldwin, NAP's special populations outreach coordinator, helped teach and facilitate the Alcorn State University 1890s AgrAbility Workshop held at Alcorn's Lorman, MS, campus September 12-13. A total of 59 people from six states and three 1890s attended the workshop. The complete Alcorn AgrAbility Workshop Report can be read by clicking on the link.
An AgrAbility workshop focused on the 1890 land grant institutions was held at Florida A&M University (FAMU) November 30-December 1. Paul Jones and Chuck Baldwin shared the teaching responsibilities, along with representatives of the Florida Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA), the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology (FAAST), and Bill Begley of Life Essentials. The FAMU Workshop Report with pictures can be viewed by clicking on the link.
Submitted by Chuck Baldwin