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Welcome to the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH). UMASH is a Center of Excellence in Agricultural Disease and Injury Research, Education, and Prevention.
Within this site, you can learn more about our Center, our projects, and our evaluation program. You can contact our researchers and staff, keep up to date with the latest UMASH and agricultural news and events, and learn how your participation in our projects and community outreach can help us identify and address existing and emerging issues in agricultural safety and health.
UMASH at the Latino Summit
September 18, 2014 - Mankato, Minnesota was the site of the Southern Minnesota Latino Summit on September 10, 2014 attended by four UMASH personnel--Jeff Bender, Carol Peterson, Karen Lopez, and Ruth Rasmussen. The event was convened by the University of Minnesota Extension, Chicano Latino Affairs Council, Consulado de Mexico en Saint Paul, Minnesota State University, and the Latin American Multi-Ethnic Association for Networking and Opportunities.
A group of over 50 persons representing service providers and educational professionals met to create stronger working relationships amongst themselves and to identify strategic collaborations that could result in greater success in serving Latino communities. Energizing ideas were the result of the Pro-Action Cafe format for the day with themes emerging to move visions into practical activities. UMASH resources, particularly in Spanish, were well received and connections for continued engagement were made.
Hearing Conservation Program Adapted to Agriculture
142nd Annual American Public Health Association (APHA) Meeting and Exposition
New Orleans, Louisiana
13th Annual Midwest Rural Agricultural Safety & Health Conference (MRASH)