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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

  • 2016 Election

    Balloting Is Now Open

    Log in to vote in this year's Society-wide election, or click below to review candidate biographies in advance.

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  • Sheer Success

    Resource Magazine Feature

    Celebrating achievement! Announcing the 2016 AE50 award winners. Plus: Photos, like this one, from this year's Visual Challenge, capturing images of the profession

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  • 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


ASABE's Latest On Twitter

.@NSF reports study that says organic is "key to feeding the world."

2/5/2016 12:44:52 PM via Hootsuite

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. The Call for Papers is underway--deadline December 21. Follow the link below for details on submitting an abstract, and to find program notes, travel information, and more.

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Engineering, Technology, and Food Security

Call for Abstracts

Mark your calendar for October 24-27, 2016, and join colleagues from around the world at ASABE's "Engineering and Technology Innovation for Global Food Security," hosted by the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa. Abstracts are now being accepted.

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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