The Latino Agricultural Entrepreneurship Project was a three-year integrated research and extension project that studied the diversity of Latino agricultural livelihood strategies—from established farmers to emerging farmers, and those interested in becoming farmers—and the agricultural networks that support farming, to identify the capacities needed to improve access to existing knowledge and financial resources in Iowa, Michigan and Missouri. The project was led by faculty from the University of Missouri-Columbia, Michigan State University, and Iowa State University. The project ran from 2016-2019 and was supported by the Agriculture and Food Research Initiative (AFRI) Competitive Grant no. 201668006-25210 from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, National Institute of Food and Agriculture. The archive has all of the original website pages saved as PDFs, in this outline format:

1. Home

2. Objectives

3. Methods and Models

4. Research Team

5. Project Sites

6. Publications and Presentations

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