NC Agricultural Digital Alliance Meeting Announcement

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We would like to invite you all to join us for our next NC Agricultural Alliance quarterly meeting on Friday, March 4, 1–2:30 p.m. We will receive updates about funding from Angie Bailey, Director of the Broadband Infrastructure Office within the Division of Broadband and Digital Equity. We will also be showcasing the new Agricultural Community Broadband and Inclusion Map—a tool designed to increase awareness and inclusion of agricultural communities in broadband infrastructure and digital inclusion planning efforts.

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The NC Agriculture Digital Alliance aims to create a space for partners to learn, share and collaborate to support digital inclusion and equity among the agricultural community inclusive of growers, farmworkers, and their families. We envision for NC’s rural agricultural areas to be connected via broadband and able to participate in the modern economy, receive health services, and access educational opportunities.

Visit the Broadband Resources page for information and ways to take action on broadband issues.

Click here on Broadband News to see broadband information related to N.C. Cooperative Extension 

Please contact Kenny Sherin if you have questions or want to share resources.Broadband access points