Michigan AgrAbility

Michigan AgrAbility

Michigan / Michigan AgrAbility a non-profit that provides services to farmers with injuries, illnesses or aging conditions so they can continue the occupation they love.
Michigan AgrAbility
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Ten things farmers know better than anyone else- patience, optimism, frugality, hard work, Mother Nature, risk taking, environment, the land, perspective, wisdom and knowledge! Yes!

The USDA released a report on the 2009 initiative titled, Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food. The program was developed to improve coordination between federal programs that help build local and regional farm and food systems.

Ten things farmers know better than anyone else- patience, optimism, frugality, hard work, Mother Nature, risk taking, environment, the land, perspective, wisdom and knowledge! Yes!

The USDA released a report on the 2009 initiative titled, Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food. The program was developed to improve coordination between federal programs that help build local and regional farm and food systems.

Medicare can be complex and confusing. Michigan Medicare/Medicaid Assistance Program (MMAP) helps current and new Michigan beneficiaries understand their rights and answer any questions.

Area Agency on Aging of Western Michigan :: Frequently Asked Questions- Help with My Medicare/Medicaid

The Michigan State University Vets to Ag Program is a 6 week program administered by Tom Smith, and is a unique program to train homeless US veterans to work in agriculture.

Are you thinking about starting a small farm operation? This guide from Beginning Farmers is here to help you take initial steps.

Down Home Ranch is a working farm and ranch, where about 40 adults and children—including 32 with Down syndrome and other disabilities—live year round

Down Home Ranch is a working farm and ranch, where about 40 adults and children—including 32 with Down syndrome and other disabilities—live year round

The rural atmosphere also helps reduce the stress and sensory anxiety that often are experienced by people with autism or developmental disabilities.

The rural atmosphere also helps reduce the stress and sensory anxiety that often are experienced by people with autism or developmental disabilities.

Down Home Ranch is a working farm and ranch, where about 40 adults and children—including 32 with Down syndrome and other disabilities—live year round

Down Home Ranch is a working farm and ranch, where about 40 adults and children—including 32 with Down syndrome and other disabilities—live year round

The Pinchbeck Rose Farm operates under the umbrella of Roses for Autism and offers an integrated work environment to adults on the autism spectrum who cut, sort, grade, and care for the roses. Currently the farm grows 32,000 rose bushes

The Pinchbeck Rose Farm operates under the umbrella of Roses for Autism and offers an integrated work environment to adults on the autism spectrum who cut, sort, grade, and care for the roses. Currently the farm grows rose bushes

Special Dreams Farm- a working farm specifically for adults with developmental disabilities such as: autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other cognitive impairments. A place for disabled adults to feed & care for animals, plant & raise crops, cook, sew and take part in many other farm responsibilities and social activities.

Special Dreams Farm- a working farm specifically for adults with developmental disabilities such as: autism, Down syndrome, cerebral palsy and other cognitive impairments. A place for disabled adults to feed & care for animals, plant & raise crops, cook, sew and take part in many other farm responsibilities and social activities.