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    • Oklahoma AgrAbility : cultivating accessible agriculture

    • Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.;
    • The Oklahoma AgrAbility Project, established in 2002, supports the rehabilitation and assistive technology needs of Oklahoma farmers, ranchers and their families who have been impacted by disabilities and face barriers to continued participation in...
    • Funding resource for assistive technology : OkAT assistive technology grant

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT), a non-profit organization, may provide individual grants up to $750.00 to Oklahoma farming families impacted by disability issues who need an assistive or adaptive device to live with increased...
    • Assistive technology in agriculture

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • If you or a member of your family have a disability and want to continue farming and are experiencing barriers in the way you farm, you may want to make changes by using assistive technology devices and services through the Oklahoma AgrAbility...
    • Funding resources for assistive technology : ADvantage waiver program

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • The ADvantage Waiver Program is a long-term care program providing Medicaid funded home and community-based services to frail elders and adults with physical disabilities. ADvantage is a program of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.
    • Maintain your septic system for a healthy Illinois River

    • Water--Pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Septic tanks.
    • Private on-site wastewater treatment systems – “septic systems” account for a large proportion of wastewater treatment in the Illinois River Basin. They are used by virtually all rural homes and many in small towns.
    • Protect the Illinois River from the threat of TRASH

    • Water--Pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Refuse and refuse disposal--Oklahoma.
    • Magnitude of the problem The Oklahoma Department of Transportation spends over $4 million per year cleaning up trash along state roads. The Oklahoma Scenic River Commission picks up 600 bags (9 tons) by boat every summer from the Illinois River...
    • Assistive technology in agriculture

    • Oklahoma Agrability (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • If you or a member of your family have a disability and want to continue farming and are experiencing barriers in the way you farm, you may want to make changes by using assistive technology devices and services through the Oklahoma AgrAbility...
    • Give the Illinois River a hand by preventing urban storm water pollution

    • Urban runoff--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.; Storm sewers--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Illinois River (Ark. and Okla.)
    • What Ends up in the Illinois River? Most homes in our larger towns are served by two kinds of sewer systems: storm sewers (or storm drainage systems) and sanitary sewers. Water moves through both systems to end up at the Illinois River, but there...
    • Funding resources for assistive technology : OkAT assistive technology grant.

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.
    • What is OkAT? Oklahoma Assistive Technology Foundation (OkAT) is a non-profit organization that may provide individual grants up to $750.00 to Oklahoma farming families impacted by disability issues who need an assistive or adaptive device to live...
    • Give our green country a hand, help prevent urban storm water pollution

    • Urban runoff--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.; Storm sewers--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Storm water runoff (rain and snow-melt) that enters these drains flows to creeks, the rivers, and lakes. The storm water may contain pollutants as complex as man-made chemicals or as simple as dirt (sediment). Pollutants directly impact fish and...
    • Protect the Illinois River from nutrient pollution

    • Water quality--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Water--Phosphorus content--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)
    • Familiar Stories... A family goes out for a late summer day of fishing on the Lake Tenkiller. They catch fish but notice the water is very green and murky. A rancher goes out to fish on the pasture pond he stocked a few years ago. He finds it...
    • Funding resources for assistive technology : self-employment.

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Rehabilitation--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Rehabilitation--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Rehabilitation Services (DRS) expands opportunities for employment, independent life and economic self-sufficiency by helping Oklahomans with disabilities bridge barriers to success in the workplace, school and at home....
    • Protecting riparian areas for the Illinois River

    • Water--Pollution--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.); Riparian areas--Illinois River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)--Management.
    • If you have a stream on your land, you have a valuable natural gift - water for livestock, wildlife habitat, fishing, recreation and scenic beauty. A creek is an important part of the equity in your land. It pays to take care of it and the riparian...
    • Plan to achieve self-support (PASS) : Social Security Administration.

    • Oklahoma AgrAbility (Program); Agricultural laborers with disabilities--Services for--Oklahoma.; Farmers--Services for--Oklahoma.; Social security--Oklahoma.
    • The Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program pays benefits to adults and children with disabilities who have limited income and resources. Work incentives for people with disabilities make it possible for those that are receiving Social Security...
    • Rural-urban interface problems and opportunities

    • Rural-urban relations.; Wildland-urban interface.
    • In many areas increasing numbers of people are moving onto small acreages or housing developments that are being located next to farmland. The result is often unhappiness as newcomers and old-timers with different expectations suddenly find...
    • ATV safety

    • All terrain vehicles--Safety measures.; Agriculture--Safety measures.; Farms--Safety measures.
    • Farm use of all-terrain vehicles (ATVs) has increased dra­matically in the last few years. ATVs were originally designed for recreation. However, the mobility of ATVs and recent develop­ment of racks, PTOs, and drawbars, make them a useful tool...
    • Carbon offsets for the Oklahoma landowner

    • Carbon offsetting--Oklahoma.; Climatic changes--Oklahoma.;
    • The state of Oklahoma is making it easier for landowners to get compensation for reducing their greenhouse gas output. In 2008, the state began a program that facilitates the creation and trading of “carbon offsets” that will generate income...
    • Fall gardening

    • Vegetable gardening--Oklahoma.
    • Some of the best quality garden vegetables in Oklahoma are produced and harvested during the fall season when warm, sunny days are followed by cool, humid nights. Under these climatic conditions, plant soil metabolism is low; therefore, more of the...
    • Impact of OSU wheat variety testing program.

    • Wheat--Oklahoma--Varieties.
    • The OSU Wheat Variety Testing Program has research and demonstration sites throughout Oklahoma. From Afton to Olustee and from McLoud to Keyes the program has a presence in the major grain producing regions of Oklahoma.; Unique & Important Data...
    • Wildfires in Oklahoma

    • Wildfires--Oklahoma.
    • Fire is a naturally occurring process in all of the native ecosystems throughout Oklahoma and a recent study found that 74 percent of the residents of our state believe fire is necessary to manage the land1, but don’t want fire in their backyard....

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