drone certificationFlagler County 4-Hers train for using drones for commercial purposes.

October 31, 2021by helo-10
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UF/IFAS hosted the first Tri-County Agricultural Area 4-H Drone Camp on June 13-17. The camp was graciously sponsored by the Putnam County Soil and Water Conservation District, so the host location was in Putnam County.

Eligible participants had to be at least 16 to be eligible to take their FAA Airman Knowledge Exam to get their Part 107 Certification that enables them to fly drones for commercial purposes. However, this was for 4-Hers only, so only youth (18 years old or younger) could participate. Despite the very narrow age range, we had a total of eight participants – three from Flagler County (Jared Foley, Skyler Wahl and John Williford) and five from Putnam County (Paige Griner, Mark Lewandowski, Garrett Seyler, Brandon Stouffer and Samuel Weiner). The leadership was a collaborative team effort by 10 UF/IFAS faculty that consisted of certified drone instructors, commercial Agriculture agents, 4-H agents, Family and Consumer Science agents and one intern.



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