The following resources are materials to help educate persons about AgrAbility as well as assisting agricultural workers with disabilities.
4-H: An Exclusively Inclusive Program
This website provides an overview of the benefits of including young people with disabilities in 4-H programs and activities; and suggestions for educators and leaders on appropriate ways to be inclusive.
Educational videos that illustrate agricultural workers with disabilities and their ability to remain safely and successfully involved in production agriculture.
AgrAbility Training Materials
Packaged materials to be used by educators to compliment or enhance their instructional teaching materials.
Breaking New Ground Resources
The National AgrAbility Project provides informational resources on a wide range of topics of interest to agricultural workers with disabilities. Many of these resources are available to be viewed online or for download. Some resources may only be available in print format and may be obtained through the Breaking New Ground Resource Center.
"Let's Talk About Arthritis" (Hablemos Sobre Artritis)
The National Center for Farmworker Health, Missouri Arthritis, Research and Training Center, and Mo AgrAbility Project developed an arthritis prevention and self management program for migrant and seasonal farmworkers. This arthritis program includes a complete training curriculum in both English and Spanish and CD. The CD contains all of the training resources such as the Power Point Presentation, activity sheets, participant handouts, and other optional materials for Lay Health Workers to use in their educational sessions. Also, available is a teaching flipchart to be used by the lay health workers to deliver one-on-on or group educational sessions.
National eXtension Initiative
eXtension is an interactive learning environment delivering the best, most researched knowledge from the smartest land-grant university minds across America. eXtension connects knowledge consumers with knowledge providers—experts like you who know their subject matter inside out.
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eXtension is unlike any other search engine or information-based website. It’s a space where university content providers can gather and produce new educational and information resources on wide-ranging topics. Because it’s available to students, researchers, clinicians, professors, as well as the general public, at any time from any Internet connection, eXtension helps solve real-life problems in real time.
Resources and Services for Minority Farmers and Ranchers
This publication is intended to be a guide for farmers, ranchers and future farmers about technical assistance programs and other resources available to them regardless of their gender or ethnic heritage. In this publication readers will find information about programs created by Lincoln University Cooperative Extension and University of Missouri Extension specifically to assist underserved audiences. Readers will also find information about federal and state programs and services for small farms or future farms across Missouri. Underserved populations, including minorities, women, nontraditional farmers and low-income applicants for agriculture-related services will find a diverse list of loans, grants and training opportunities.
TTY Slide Show
A web-based PowerPoint presentation on TTY Resources.
The Missouri AgrAbility Project and this product is supported by funds from the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) under Sponsor Project Number 2009-41590-05431.
Information is available in alternate formats upon request. Please call, 1-800-995-8503.
Missouri AgrAbility Project (MAP) Disclaimer:"The MAPs information comes from many sources, which are responsible for their accuracy and utility. Information accessed through the MAP does not imply endorsement. Questions regarding specific information should be directed to their respective sources."