Southeast Missouri State University will host an agriculture technology workshop series, beginning Aug. 1, to help agribusinesses gain insight into innovations and regional resources available to them.
The series will meet each Tuesday and Thursday during the first two weeks in August.
The program kicks off Aug. 1 with the Small Business and Technology Development Center hosting an international trade presentation.
Future sessions include a drone demonstration, sustainable farm practices, precision agriculture and food exporting.
The program is free, but you must RSVP to attend. For more information, visit SEMO.