forums; identifying, promoting, and addressing opportunities and challenges for AgrAbility; recognizing and capitalizing on economies of scale; and evaluating the program’s impacts annually.
Beginning in FY 2008, Purdue University, in partnership with Goodwill Industries International Inc. and the Arthritis Foundation serves as the NAP. Applicants may contact the National AgrAbility Project; c/o Purdue University; Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering; 225 S. University St.; West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093 Voice/TT (800) 825-4264; Fax: (765) 496-1356; Web: .
The national training workshop educates project personnel in addition to the standard education audience. The workshop may serve several roles, including new staff orientation, staff development, forums for discussing pressing issues and project progress, successes and failures, and presentation of reports of interest to the entire program.
All delivery formats, training and educational programs should be marketed as the AgrAbility Project and use the AgrAbility logo (see below). Other branding on any materials produced though this grant requires consent of the NIFA program contact.