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Engineering for a Sustainable Tomorrow

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Florida Section ASABE

MEMBER INFO

CONTACT US:

Florida Section ASABE

412 Newman Road, Sebring, FL  33876

863-414-0710

Email: Lisa Collins, Administrative Consultant

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Why is Agricultural Engineering Important to Florida's Future?

Florida's food and agribusiness industries are among the largest and most diverse in the nation, and are second only to tourism in economic importance to the state of Florida.  They employ nearly 20% of the work force, and are highly sophisticated and technologically advanced industries that have become the envy of the world. As the earth's finite mineral and food supplies are depleted, we will need to develop methods to produce fuels, chemicals, and materials from renewable biomass production systems.  That's why increasing employment of well-trained agricultural engineers will be of critical importance to maintaining global competitiveness and future prosperity of this industry and the state of Florida.

The Florida Section American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers serves the Florida members of ASABE, the Society for Engineering in Agricultural, Food and Biological Systems.

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Planning is underway for the 2019 FASABE Conference & Continuing Education Course

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CONTACT THE FLORIDA SECTION CHAIR

TAYLOR KROLL, PE


CONTACT THE 2019 FASABE PROGRAM VICE CHAIR

RAJENDRA SISHODIA, PH.D.


2019 FASABE TRADE SHOW

For More Info Contact:

Derek Hendrie, FASABE Vendor Coordinator

Click here for the August 2018 FASABE Newsletter

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