Purdue gets four-year National AgrAbility Project grant from USDA
The Breaking New Ground Resource Center at Purdue University has been awarded a four-year, $1.9 million National AgrAbility Project grant from USDA to continue its work in helping farmers with disabling injuries or illnesses continue to live productive lives in agriculture.
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