Direct Service - AgrAbility provides a wide range of services to clients, other professionals, and the general public. However, the most intensive work is direct services. This work includes visiting agricultural operations and meeting face-to-face with clients, their families, and professionals involved in the specific cases.Education - Part of the AgrAbility mission is to educate our consumers on relevant topics and develop capacity among professionals to meet the needs of agricultural workers with disabilities. Georgia AgrAbility offers high-quality workshops and training that consistently receive excellent reviewsNetworking - Network with Agricultural Organizations and farming community through Advisory Board - We are fortunate to have a strong board that meets two times a year. They provide support and guidance to the many activities of Georgia AgrAbility. Members include the GA Cattleman's Association, GA Cotton Commission, National Peanut Buying Points Association, GA Fruit & Vegetable, and the GA Pecan Growers Association. Other members include the Shepherd Center (non-profit), Fort Valley State University (1890), and Georgiafarmers. Marketing - Work with Media to Have Farmer Stories Featured. Engage with mainstream and University media to share stories of farmers and events. Utilize Website to Market Services. Continue updating the project's website farmagain.com (which features AgrAbility and other complementary projects).