Producers with disabilities should have every opportunity to be successful, and the AgrAbility program gives them the assistance and training they need to be profitable and maintain their quality of life.
NC AgrAbility is a project of the North Carolina Agromedicine Institute, and is a collaborative partnership between North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, East Carolina University, North Carolina State University the North Carolina Assistive Technology Program and various disability service providers. Each Partner brings unique strengths, expertise and statewide networks to offer our AgrAbility clients and affiliates. To learn more about our partners, click here.
NC AgrAbility is part of the federally funded AgrAbility program through the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute for Food Safety (USDA-NIFA). The AgrAbility program consists of a National Project and individually funded state or regional projects.
AgrAbility serves individuals engaged in production agriculture, or a related occupation, who are limited by any type of physical, mental, or health-related disability, such as:
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The NC AgrAbility Partnership is supported by AgrAbility Project, USDA/NIFA Special Project 2011-41590-30820.