Registration for the pilot Logistics and Supply Chain Resilience in Disasters being delivered on March 29th - April 2nd has closed. We will schedule another pilot in 4-6 weeks and will send an announcement at that time.
Located at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine on the UT Institute of Agriculture campus, the Center for Agriculture and Food Security and Preparedness (CAFSP) is dedicated to protecting and enhancing the safety of agriculture and the food supply through the conduction of investigation and research and through the provision of high quality educational and training programs. CAFSP combines the expertise of UT faculty with other institutions across the country to address current issues related to food defense, food safety, foreign animal diseases, emergency preparedness, bioterrorism, and more. CAFSP serves as a focal point for several key national and international initiatives to protect agriculture and the food supply from terrorist threats and to promote safer food production and processing practices.
- CAFSP Receives Homeland Security Grant for "Isolation and Quarantine Response Strategies in the Event of a Biological Disease Outbreak in Rural Communities, Tribal Nations, and Territories" Project
- CAFSP Receives Homeland Security Grant for "Response to an Expanded All-Hazards Threat in Rural Communities, Tribal Nations and Territories" Project
"I thought the training was very good - better than many courses I have attended."