The use of unmanned aircraft systems (UASs), or consumer drones, in agriculture has the potential to revolutionize the way certain farm practices are conducted and the way science, technology, engineering, and math principles can be taught. Currently, there is need for UAS training for both adults and youths, and that need will increase with the expected growth of the UAS industry. This article addresses the need to include UASs in Extension programming, the associated legalities, and the best types of UASs to use in such programming.
de Koff, J. P. (2017). Drones in Extension Programming: Implementation of Adult and Youth Activities. Journal of Extension, 55(6), Article 49. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss6/49