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The National AgrAbility Project will work to support other state projects around the country and offer limited services to farmers in states without an AgrAbility project.

WEST LAFAYETTE — The Agricultural and Biological Engineering AgrAbility Program at Purdue University has received $2.1 million in funding for the National AgrAbility Project and $720,000 for the Indiana AgrAbility Project from the United States Department of Agriculture and National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA).

Paul Jones, project manager for the National AgrAbility Project and education and resource specialist for the Indiana AgrAbility Project, said the funding supports the projects’ work through 2025.

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