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The first AgrAbility Program based in the State of New Mexico.
With access to land, water, infrastructure, tools, and technical assistance, participants are able to explore farming with all of its potential risks and successes.
Eligibility | Availability
Who's it for?
Type of Experience
AgrAbility apprentices complete a year-long program designed to prepare them to work on an existing farm or start a micro-business of their own. Apprentices obtain hands-on and classroom-based training in growing vegetables, cultivating fruit, caring for small livestock, and much more. Following the completion of their apprenticeship, disabled farmers have the opportunity to incubate their own farming business within Mandy’s Farm.
Following apprenticeship graduation, individuals have access to growing space provided by Mandy’s Farm in order to launch their own micro-farming business. Acting as an agricultural incubator, Mandy’s Farm will provide ongoing support and technical assistance as participants explore farming with all of its potential risks and successes.
To request more information about the program, or to register for classes, please complete the staff contact form below.