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Agriculture and Rural SuperCluster (ARSC)
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Team Members [New York State, Department of Health, Rural Development Council], [State of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture], [The Rural Broadband Association], [Joint Venture Silicon Valley], [CompTIA], Georgia Tech, Texas Tech University, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Virginia, Purdue University, John Deere, U.S. Departmentn of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, National Telecommunications and Information Administration
Blueprint Coming Soon

Agriculture and Rural SuperCluster (ARSC)

The goals of the SuperCluster will be to develop projects, best practices and a blueprint to assist rural communities and agriculturists increase productivity and quality of life. The ARSC will focus on efforts aimed at ensuring viable rural communities for farmers and other residents by improving educational resources (including closing the homework gap), healthcare, ability aging in place, and economic development. Special attention to farming engage best practices for precision agriculture and livestock management, including better broadband-enabled access to markets and Federal and state agencies.

Chair(s)

  • Mahesh Nattanmai, Chief Digital Health Strategist,
    State of New York - Department of Health
  • Josh Seidemann, VP Policy,
    NTCA-The Rural Broadband Association
  • Gabriel Youtsey, Chief Innovation Officer,
    University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

Leadership Team

[New York State, Department of Health, Rural Development Council], [State of Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture], [The Rural Broadband Association], [Joint Venture Silicon Valley], [CompTIA], Georgia Tech, Texas Tech University, University of California, Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of Virginia, Purdue University, John Deere, U.S. Departmentn of Homeland Security, Science and Technology Directorate, National Telecommunications and Information Administration