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NASA Harvest facilitates collaboration through our coordinated program of experts in remote sensing and agriculture from around the world to respond to key challenges affecting food security. It is important for us to make information about our work easily accessible to you. Discover the work we are doing in pursuit of our mission by reading our monthly newsletter with updates on our work, upcoming events and opportunities. 



September was certainly a busy month for Harvest, learn about our partners' work including agriculture residue, wheat estimates, the Amazon fires, soil nutrition, and so much more.

Read about our work providing Earth observation-based information to support agricultural markets, measuring the value of satellite data for agriculture, improving quality of sub-national… Read more

Find out what happened at the  NASA Harvest Conference, which took place from June 24-26 in Washington, D.C. NASA Harvest's Inaugural Conference introduced the Harvest Consortium as well as our… Read more

Record heavy rain delayed planting of maize crops in Spring 2019, featured in the GEOGLAM Crop Monitor for AMIS. Also, a program for resilience in Uganda in the wake of Cyclone Idai, new grants… Read more

All this month, USAID's Feed the Future blog Agrilinks will focus on how Earth Observations are being used to accomplish their strategic international work… Read more

Watch a video about NASA Harvest's field visit in India, and learn about our work with Lutheran World Relief in Mali, a training tour in Eastern Africa, and new data products from GEOGLAM and… Read more

See NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine highlight the impact of Harvest's activities in Uganda, and learn about our work strengthening early warning systems in the Sahel, the impacts of crop… Read more

Read about NASA Harvest's session at AGU, using drones for data collection in Tanzania, new publications from Stanford and IFPRI, and a review of agricultral monitoring systems from Harvest… Read more

Learn about the transition to NASA Harvest, a pilot partnership in Eastern Africa, how Texas A&M uses drones for yield prediction, development of a statistical archieve, a global hydrological… Read more