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College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences


AFRI Food & Ag Non-formal Education Technical Assistance Webinar

Major advances in agricultural productivity and rural prosperity in the past have resulted from transformative technologies such as breeding tools and strategies, mechanization, and prudent use of agrochemicals. There are several emerging technologies that hold a similar promise. The USDA NIFA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative, Food and Agriculture Non-formal Education (FANE) program area priority will support content development and activities for non-formal education to foster development of technology-savvy youths. Projects must develop activities that cultivate interest and competencies in STEM and in food and agricultural sciences supported by the six Farm Bill Priority areas of AFRI. Data science, including artificial intelligence, automation, and robotics as well as gene editing, and biotechnology will be supported in this program area priority.

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