The Childhood Agricultural Safety Network (CASN) is a coalition of organizations that work together to help keep children safe on the farm. These organizations represent the agricultural community, child injury prevention, minority-serving associations and related industry organizations.

Save the DATE!

The Childhood Agricultural Safety Network will host it’s in-person meeting on Monday evening, June 22nd, 2015 in Normal IL.  Check back for more details.


April’s Safety MessageProtecting Children While Parents Work April 2015

Nearly 75% of child agricultural injuries happen to children who are not working. Often, children do not have a safe place to be when their parents are working. Many families working in agriculture, particularly migrant and immigrant families, face barriers in accessing safe, affordable childcare services. There are organizations that can help provide these essential services to farmworker families.

Migrant Head Start

Serves nearly 37,500 children of agricultural workers each year throughout the country. Find your local Migrant Head Start program.

Migrant Education

Many states offer migrant education programs and/or summer school programs. Visit your state’s Department of Education website to find a summer program in your area.





Child Development agricultural webinar available:

Child Development and Tractor Operation: How Children Change as They Grow Older

View: Dr. Schwebel Child Development Webinar

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