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NASA Harvest Mission

NASA Harvest is NASA’s Food Security and Agriculture Program.
Our mission is to enable and advance adoption of satellite Earth observations by public and private organizations to benefit food security, agriculture, and human and environmental resiliency in the US and worldwide.
We accomplish this through a multidisciplinary and multisectoral Consortium of leading scientists and agricultural stakeholders, led and implemented by the University of Maryland.

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Harvest Partners Co-Editing New Special Issue in Remote Sensing

Nov 18, 2020

The first Landsat satellite was launched in 1972, opening up a new world of earth observation (EO) discovery. For 36 years the… Read more

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The World Food Programme Awarded 2020 Nobel Peace Prize

Oct 28, 2020

NASA Harvest extends a hearty congratulations to 2020 Nobel Peace Prize winner, the Read more

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Harvest Partners Co-Author Paper on Need for Global Quantification System for Organic Soil Carbon

Oct 22, 2020

Soil health is dependent upon maintaining appropriate levels of soil carbon, and healthy soil is vital to agricultural production.… Read more