Maine AgrAbility Program featured in Two Interviews
Anne Devin, the Veteran Outreach Coordinator at Maine AgrAbility, was interviewed about connecting veterans to agriculture through the Maine AgrAbility program. https://www.newscentermaine.com/article/life/maine-agrability-umaine-provide-resources-for-veterans-with-growing-interest-in-farming/97-82b8512b-8c9a-43ba-a69b-aa7c8b600bca. Maine AgrAbility is a non-profit collaboration of the University of Maine Cooperative Extension and Alpha One; Maine AgrAbility is part of a nationwide network of United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs begun through the 1990 Farm Bill. The goal of the National AgrAbility Project is to inform, educate, and assist farmers, fishermen and forest workers, and their families with disabilities, so they can continue to have successful careers in agriculture.
Anne Devin and Lani Carlson, AgrAbility Project Coordinator, were also interviewed on WAGM, https://www.wagmtv.com/2020/11/26/program-teaches-vets-and-the-disabled-how-to-become-farmers/