Farm Again

About Farm Again

When farm families and workers become ill or injured, man hours that are crucial to the operation of the farm are lost. This is when Farm Again can help. We provide information and services that may make it possible to return to farming.

Farm Again is a free service and focuses on promoting independence for members of the agricultural community who have disabilities or chronic health conditions. The project is funded by grants, foundatons, donations and sponsorships.

The program in Georgia is managed by the University of Georgia's Cooperative Extension Service in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences and the Institute on Human Development and Disability in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences.

You or someone you know may benefit from:

Technical Assistance
Farm Again provides direct assistance to agricultural families with assistive technology, work site modifications, and independent living. We can also assist with starting a new farm operation (including growing organically).

Information Sharing
Farm Again provides information through individual contacts, distribution of resources, agency referrals and public education.

Professional Training
Farm Again provides training opportunities on available resources and assistive technology for consumers and professionals.  Contact us for more information about presenting to your organization or group.

Who is eligible?

Those eligible for Farm Again services may be an owner or employee in a production agriculture setting with any type of disability or chronic health condition. It is a free service.  Contact us to find out more at 1-877-524-6264 / (706) 542-0304 or click here to e-mail us.

Learn about the various projects that are part of Farm Again:

        Agrability logo   
          AgrAbility

 go Organic
        Go Organic

AgStart
             AgStart

 

 Meet the Farm Again Team Members

 

 

 


Donate
  

Farm Again is funded by donations and sponsors. !00% of your donations go directly to the project and are tax deductible. Donations will appear as The Institute on Human Development and Disability, where the project is housed. Please note in the comment box what your donation is for.

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Our many thanks to our private donors, John Deere, Georgia 4-H Foundation, GA Electirc Membership Corp, and AgGeorgia Monticello for your support! We couldn't do it without you!

 

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