The National AgrAbility Project produces news-related publications, listed below, that share success stories, discuss available resources, announce and/or report on special events, address current and emerging assistive technologies, and cover various other topics of interest.
Inspiring video about what AgrAbility, VR (vocational rehabilitation services), and our clients can do. William Meyer has a T-4 spinal cord injury but has returned to his fields and to horseback to continue working the family cattle operation.
In order to stay on the cutting edge of web technology, the National AgrAbility Project has converted over from the former desktop-only web content to a new mobile-optimized website.
New features of the site include:
This 23-page booklet covering topics like arthritis basics, gardening pre-planning, tools and accessories, overall health, pain management, and small scale fruit and vegetable production. A Spanish translation is available from the Arthritis Foundation Get a copy or link to the translation.
AgrAbility Harvest is a newsletter that highlights the activities and impacts of AgrAbility, and is designed for agricultural producers, AgrAbility staff members, rehabilitation specialists, agriculture professionals, educators, legislators, or anyone else with an interest in the agriculture and disability arena. It is published in both electronic and print formats, and to receive print copies, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with "Newsletter" in the subject line.
The AgrAbility e-Note is a monthly electronic publication primarily targeting AgrAbility staff members, but containing information that may be of interest to others. It focuses on current activities from the National and State/Regional AgrAbility Projects, and contains listings of upcoming events, plus links to stories about AgrAbility from other media outlets.
The AgrAbility Quarterly newsletters were produced when the National AgrAbility Project was located at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2001-2008. The archive of all issues can be found through the UW Cooperative Extension atfyi.uwex.edu/agrability/newsletter/