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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 by researchers at the University of Maryland and implemented together with our partners across the globe.

Latest News

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Regrow Leads $5M Project “Niche” to Optimize Crop Variety Placement in Sub-Saharan Africa

Dec 2, 2021

(San Francisco, California) — Regrow Ag is leading a project that aims to optimize crop variety placement in Sub-Saharan Africa. The project, which has… Read more

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AgMIP/NASA Harvest Hold Joint Symposium at ASA-CSSA-SSSA 2021 Annual Meeting

Nov 29, 2021

A joint symposium titled “AgMIP/NASA Harvest Activities to Advance the Use of Satellite Remote Sensing for Crop Modeling and Monitoring… Read more

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Newly Developed Crop Yield Model Builds off Previous NASA Harvest Research

Nov 19, 2021

A new crop yield model developed by NASA Harvest and partners at the University of Valencia, University of Maryland, and NASA Goddard… Read more