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New Mexico AgrAbility Project

The New Mexico AgrAbility Project is a partnership of New Mexico State University Cooperative Extension, New Mexico Technology Assistance Program, Mandy's Farm (501 (c)(3) nonprofit disability organization) and the University of New Mexico-Occupational Therapy Graduate Program.

The purpose of the project is to support success in agriculture for people with disabilities and improve quality of life through participation in agricultural production.

AgrAbility is a grant program of the United States Department of Agriculture-National Institute of Food and Agriculture to assist farmers, food growers, and farm family members who have been impacted by a disability, chronic health issue, or aging issue that is limiting participation in production agriculture.

The New Mexico AgrAbility Project serves every New Mexico county with on the farm technical assistance, educational information, referral to resources, and networking activities to build value for New Mexico's agricultural community.

Primary Contact for Information and Referral
Dr. Robert Hagevoort, Program Director
NMSU Ag Science Center at Clovis
2346 SR 288Clovis, NM 88101
Cell: 806-786-3421
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