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AgrAbility Program Helps Keep Ag Professionals on the Job

The Kansas AgrAbility Project (KAP) is a partnership between Kansas State University, Southeast Kansas Center for Independent Living, and University of Kansas. In the past year, KAP provided direct support to 82 farmers who were experiencing limitations from disability or illness with on-farm assistance, technical resources, or further referral to ensure continuity in their chosen profession of agriculture.

NIFA originally published this impact in the NIFA 2017 Annual Report. Want to read about more impacts like this? Check out Fresh from the Field, a weekly bulletin showcasing transformative impacts made by grantees funded by NIFA.

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