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
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