A national project funded through the USDA that provides education and assistance to farmers and agricultural workers who are restricted because of a limiting health condition.
Special Farming Programs in Arkansas
Below is a list of several special agriculture and education programs we offer in Arkansas. From Citizen Science surveys and participation to backyard beekeeping, we have a number of programs available to Arkansans.
Any activity, enterprise or business designed to increase farm and community income providing educational and/or recreational experiences and helping sustain and build awareness of the rural quality of life.
Farm ponds, fisheries and most all things aquatic is available from the Aquaculture / Fisheries Center at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
The study of honey bees and the practice of maintaining or keeping bees in order to collect honey or wax, for the pollination of plants, or to produce bees for sale to other beekeepers.
Resources include accident prevention measures for common agricultural hazards such as tractors and grain bins.
Harvesting the potential of Arkansas' young scientists!