Survey for New York Farmer Veterans

New York veterans who farm, we want to hear from you.

The Cornell Small Farms Program project for veterans in agriculture, Farm Ops, is working with the NY Center for Agricultural Medicine and Health (NYCAMH) to identify assistive needs for farmer veterans with impairments that affect their daily work.

The information gathered through this short survey (10 minutes) will help allocate funding and assistance to regions of the state where there is a need. Your responses will also help make a case for more funding resources to support veterans in agriculture.

Responses are confidential and anonymous. You can opt-in to get additional information about support programs at the end of the survey, but your name is not connected to your survey answers.

Thank you for taking the time to share your needs for assistance to facilitate your ability to fulfill your agricultural goals.

You can take the survey now, responses are accepted through August 2.

Nina Saeli

Nina retired from active duty in 2009. She and her husband, Jeffrey, own and operate Centurion Farm in Locke, NY. Nina also now works with the Cornell Small Farms Program as coordinator of our Farm Ops project supporting veterans in agriculture.