ASABE

American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers

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  • Meeting Needs, Sustainably
  • Engineering for a Sustainable Tomorrow

    Welcome!

    ASABE members endeavor to bring sustainable food, fiber, timber, feed, and fuel to an ever-growing world population.

    Who we are, what we do

  • 2017 Society Election

    Balloting Open Now through March 1

    By electing Society leadership, ASABE members influence the future of the organization.

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  • Celebrating Achievement

    Resource Magazine Feature

    Announcing the 2017 AE50 award winners
    Plus: Photos, like this one, from Visual Challenge 6, capturing images of the profession

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  • The Undergrad Experience

    Capstone Becomes the Cornerstone

    Diverse and sophisticated, today's senior capstone projects validate preparedness for jobs in agricultural, food, and biological engineering

    Be Amazed! Read More Here

  • Sustainable Solutions

    A Video Introduction

    Doing more with less is crucial to our ability to meet the needs of humankind sustainably, and agricultural and biological engineers are leading the way

     

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Featured Event

2017 Agricultural Equipment Technology Conference

Feb 13-15, 2017 | Louisville, Kentucky

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White Paper

ASABE Global Initiative

A new white paper sharpens the focus for ASABE and partner organizations in ensuring food, energy, and water (FEW) security for a global community confronting issues of sustainability and climate change.

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