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    The Austin Food Cluster is an ecosystem-building project that aims to galvanize synergy among Central Texas food system stakeholders by assembling a robust and multifaceted virtual platform.

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    A&M Agrilife Research

    The work of Texas A&M AgriLife Research ensures us that we know better, and we know more. When it comes to growing food, the community relies on institutions that continue the pursuit of learning, so that we have a better understanding of the world around us and we know how to make the most of everything we have. Texas A&M AgriLife Research makes the result of their research in different fields - bioenergy, disease prevention, food and nutrition, insect-vectored diseases, land use, livestock and plant genetics, new crops, pests and invasive plants, sustainability, and water - available to the public for practical and useful applications.




    Texas hopes that students graduating from colleges and universities in the state will use what they've learned to help Texas continue improving. While food production and supply remains stable, there is always room for improvements, and new ideas can come from graduates of Texas schools like Austin Community College. Its credit programs like Agricultural Sciences, Biology, and Biotechnology appear directly related to food but Automotive Technology and Outdoor Powered Equipment, Business Administration, and Business Office Technology could be just as important in keeping the food network productive and operational. CAA produces well-trained professionals that will become Texas's future leaders, farmers and ranchers, food business owners, and managers responsible for different tiers in different industries, all of which are directly affecting the state of food in Texas.




    If you are unemployed and looking for employment in agriculture or an employer in need to fill agriculture job vacancies, you will find AgHelp very useful. Agriculture is essential because food depends on it. Texas is an agricultural state, and many businesses here are agricultural, like farms and ranches. If these businesses can't be as productive as they want to be because they are shorthanded, this poses a problem for the state, the people, and the country. Finding people looking for jobs and matching them with agricultural jobs that fit their qualifications is a crucial development in addressing unemployment and making sure our well-staffed agricultural businesses always perform to their full potential.    


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    Austin Independent School District (AISD) is a good influence on thousands of impressionable students. Positive guidance is something we need right now because children are getting the wrong idea about food. They are influenced by what they see on the Internet and social media. They are vulnerable to making bad choices and becoming irresponsible when it comes to food. Because AISD is setting a good example, we can expect our children to be part of the solution and not the problem. The AISD is the national leader in innovative food services programs. They are committed to "expanding food access, serving healthy, tasty meals, and providing learning opportunities about nutrition, cultural foodways, and the food system" and "reinventing the urban school meal experience."