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  • Meeting Needs, Sustainably
  • Engineering for a Sustainable Tomorrow


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

    Who we are, what we do

  • Generating Solid Progress

    Resource Feature

    Engineers are making significant strides in capturing the energy potential of the 550 tons of solid waste produced annually in the US.

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  • Sweet Victory

    2016 1/4-Scale Competition

    After numerous top-ten and top-five finishes, Nebraska finally claims the Detra-Wehner trophy.

    Read the story More about 1/4-Scale

  • 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

2016 Annual International Meeting

Jul 17-20, 2016 | Orlando, Florida

Make plans now to join colleagues in Orlando, Florida, for the 2016 Annual International Meeting. While online registration is closed, you may still register on-site in Orlando. Follow the link below to find the meeting program, tour and travel information, and more.

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Engineering, Technology, and Food Security

Advance Registration Discounts Still Available

Take advantage of advance registration rates until August 22 for "Engineering and Technology Innovation for Global Food Security," an ASABE Global Initiative event. Join colleagues from around the world October 24-27, 2016, in Stellenbosch, South Africa.

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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.

+ Read the FEW White Paper