Project KEEN Resources of Agriculture Forest service alaska Region http//www.fs.fed.us/r10 and NaturalResources Publications http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/anrpubs.html http://www.kodiak.k12.ak.us/edgrants/keenres.html
Extractions: The Directory of Entomology Departments and Institutes (DEDI) currently contains contact information for approximately 1500 entomology departments and institutes in the academic institutions and government agencies of 152 different countries. For an explanation of the content and arrangement of DEDI, please read the Introduction page. You may search for a specific department using the Index of Departments . This file contains the DEDI listing for the states of Alabama, Alaska, Arizona and Arkansas in the USA. You may go to the Navigation Page to choose a different country. To choose one of the states in this file, click the appropriate link below.
DHA Packet - July, 1997 Housing; Human service; Land Use and Population; Minorities and Disadvantaged; Policy onthe internet at http//zorba.uafadm.alaska.edu/coopext/faculty/seifert http://dha.che.umn.edu/DHAExtension/DHAResourcePackets/1997/july97pk.htm
Extractions: July, 1997 Permission is granted to create and distribute copies of this document for non-commercial purposes, provided that the author and MES receive acknowledgment and that this notice is included. Minnesota Extension Service, University of Minnesota, 405 Coffey Hall, St. Paul, MN 55108. (612)-625-2787. Table of Contents CURA/Alaska Building Science News Bill Angell This month Bill Angell draws your attention to a publication called CURA Update '97. CURA is the Center for Urban and Regional Affairs located on the West Bank of the University of Minnesota's Minneapolis campus. The wide range of topics covered in the report is reflected in the reproduction of its Table of Contents below:
Birds Around The Village alaska's Birds Their Identification, Biology, and Conservation, publishedin 1986 by ADF G, coop ext. service and other agencies. http://www.ankn.uaf.edu/UNITS/Birds1.html
Extractions: A Cultural Mini-unit Birds Around the Village Author: Iditarod Area School District Donna Miller MacAlpine Grade Level: 2-3 grade Context: several weeks, preferably during spring or fall migration Region Interior Athabascan GOALS 1. Students will know the physical characteristics of birds and the reason for those characteristics. 2. Students will be able to identify birds commonly found around their village and describe the distinguishing characteristics of each. 3. Students will be able to describe the behavior and habitat of local birds. 4. Students will be familiar with traditional bird lore and stories about birds and will understand the important place of birds in the Athabascan world. The selected Alaska Content Standards for Science and Math and the Cultural Standards for Students which are addressed by this unit are identified, and the skills and knowledge which are expected as learning outcomes are listed under the standards. NOTES TO THE TEACHER The study of birds could provide year round material for students at any grade level. Since there are already so many excellent materials and even whole curricula we have provided in this mini-unit a basic outline of some of the many topics which could be covered and a list of some of the more important resources. The incorporation of the indigenous knowledge and the opportunity for students to work with local elders in learning their cultural traditions is what will make this unit different from other bird units you might use.
DSIRE: Incentives By State: Incentives In AK Contact Richard D. Seifert cooperative extension service University of alaska Fairbanks308 Web site http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/faculty/seifert. http://www.dsireusa.org/library/includes/map.cfm?State=AK&CurrentPageId=1
Environmental Links alaska cooperative extension http//www.uaf.edu/coopext. Coordinating Group Data from alaska Division of Management (BLM), USDA, Forest service (FS), and http://alaska.usgs.gov/projects/Nawqa/environm.htm
Extractions: Department of the Interior This alphabetical list contains the names and Internet addresses of many agencies or organizations collecting environmental information within the Cook Inlet Basin. The list is not exhaustive; the intent is to provide sites having digital data or project descriptions as starting points for additional data searches. Placement of these links on this page does not imply endorsement or maintenance of these sites by the U.S. Government but is intended for information purposes only. The Internet address information in the list was collected in January 1999 and checked most recently 14 December 2000, but addresses occasionally change. If you have trouble accessing a site using the published address, try typing the name of the organization into an Internet search engine.
DPR News Stories Participants and those who paid for coop participation will be and CONTENTdm trainingto the alaska Virtual Library service Center, Lacey WA, 800342-5956 ext. http://www.oclc.org/western/services/dpr/dprnews.htm
Extractions: Digital library initiatives will be merged into Member Services and will be led by Bob Harriman. At the same time, and in response to current economic conditions the Coop participantss fee will be discontinued and the Coop Extranet, formerly a password-protected, members-only Website, will transition to the open OCLC Website this spring. In these tough economic times, OCLC feels it is appropriate to ease the economic burden to libraries, while continuing to offer information and education on digital and preservation issues to as wide a group of cultural heritage institutions as possible. Charter Participants and those who paid for Coop participation will be notified of these developments in the next few weeks. Fees for workshops and consulting through DPR Outreach Services will continue at current levels. Please contact Tom Clareson, Manager, DPR Outreach Services (800/848-5878, ext. 6071 or Tom_Clareson@oclc.org) or Amy Lytle (800/848-5878, ext. 5212 or Amy_Lytle@oclc.org) with questions about the expanded activities of the new DPR Outreach Services Unit.
MedWebPlus Web Site ID 12344 A free service to help you find health sciences information quickly and easily. http//zorba.uafadm.alaska.edu/coopext/efnep/lactose.htmlUptime grade A. http://www.medwebplus.com/obj/12344
Alaska Grown Facts to start is the cooperative extension service in alaska The CES has district officesin throughout alaska to help extension Websitehttp//www.uaf.edu/coopext/. http://www.alaskagrown.org/02Alaska_Grown/02ag_infofaq.html
Extractions: This page is to answer those common, and maybe not so common, questions about Alaska Grown products and the agricultural industry in Alaska. Please submit your questions to the Alaska Grown Information Forum. Your question may be reviewed by local experts from the University of Alaska Fairbanks - School of Agriculture and Land Resources Management, Cooperative Extension Service, Alaska Department of Natural resources Division of Agriculture. - - Online forum for Alaska Agriculture Why are Alaska carrots so big? Along with the long summer days and cool climate that Alaska is famous for, the carrots simply do not know when to quit growing. Carrot varieties that perform well in Alaska's far north climate, along with a good farm management plan, proper fertilization and adequate watering together with the 18-20 hour day lengths develop the best carrots in the world. How BIG was the GIANT cabbage at the 2001 Alaska State Fair. The 92.5 pound cabbage was grown by Seth Dinkle, a third grader from Palmer, Alaska. Seth is a third generation giant cabbage grower. His cabbage last year was even bigger, 94.4 lb., but he only won second place to Barbara Everingham's 105.6 lb. cabbage. 2001 second place went to Robert Thom, 71.4 lb., third place: Mary Evens 70.4 lb.
Extractions: Use the "How to Order" link for online or mail ordering FNH-00028 Wild Edible and Poisonous Plants of Alaska (for sale) FNH-00068 Reindeer and Caribou Recipes (for sale) FNH-00120 Collecting and Using Alaska Wild Berries and Other Wild Products (sale) FNH-00169 Alaska Cabbage-More Than Just Sauerkraut (for sale) FNH-00260 Zucchini From A to Z (for sale) MUT-00502 Food Storage in the Home (for sale) NRAE-00007 Home Storage of Fruits and Vegetables (for sale)
Extractions: WASHINGTON, DC 20006 August 11, 1980 MEMORANDUM FOR HEADS OF AGENCIES SUBJECT: Prime and Unique Agricultural Lands and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) The accompanying memorandum on Analysis of Impacts on Prime or Unique Agricultural Lands in Implementing the National Environmental Policy Act was developed in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture. It updates and supersedes the Council's previous memorandum on this subject of August 1976. In order to review agency progress or problems in implementing this memorandum the Council will request periodic reports from federal agencies as part of our ongoing oversight of agency implementation of NEPA and the Council's regulations. At this time we would appreciate receiving from your agency by November 1, 1980, the following information: identification and brief summary of existing or proposed agency policies, regulations and other directives specifically intended to preserve or mitigate the effects of agency actions on prime or unique agricultural lands, including criteria or methodology used in assessing these impacts.
Extension Housing Sites alaska cooperative extension http//www.uaf.alaska.edu/coopext/publications/pub_toc NorthCarolina cooperative extension service Family Consumer Sciences http://outreach.missouri.edu/edninfo/exthsng.htm
STATE MASTER GARDENER COORDINATORS alaska cooperative extension University of alaska Fairbanks 122 Klein UNR cooperativeextension service 2345 Red 7745 Email email@example.com. http://www.themastergardenershow.com/State_coordinator/
Extractions: List Revised 12/16/02 The Master Gardener Show web site strives to present accurate and timely information as general assistance for the farmers, consumers, agriculturists, homeowners, master gardeners and other constituents of the world. If Your Master Gardener Coordinator has changed, we would like to know about it so we can update this list. Please Contact Us. ALABAMA Mary Beth Musgrove
EREC Brief: Log Homes And Energy Efficiency Available from cooperative extension service, Distribution Center, University Webwww.uaf.edu/coopext/publications . 90 pp., Free to alaska residents, $10.00 http://www.eren.doe.gov/consumerinfo/refbriefs/ca8.html
Extractions: Log homes may be hand made on-site or pre-cut in a factory for delivery to the site. Pre-cut log home kits have been produced since 1923. Some log home manufacturers can also customize their designs. Wall thickness' range from 6-16 inches (15.2-40.6 cm). However, even though such thickness sounds impressive and the log industry enthusiastically promotes the energy efficiency of log buildings there is considerable dispute as to their energy efficiency. The dispute originates from two points: The R-value of the wood and how tightly the logs fit together. An R-value (Btu/ft2 /hour/oF) is the rating of a material's resistance to heat flow. The R-value for wood ranges between 1.41 per inch (2.54 cm) for most softwoods to 0.71 for most hardwoods. Ignoring the benefits of the thermal mass, a six inch (15.24 cm) thick log wall would have a clearwall (a wall with no windows or doors) R-value of just over 8. Compared to a conventional wood stud wall [3½ inches (8.89 cm) insulation, sheathing, wallboard, a total of about R-14] the log wall is apparently a far inferior insulation system. Based only on this, log walls do not satisfy most building code energy standards. However, to what extent a log building interacts with it's surroundings depends greatly on the climate. Because of the log's heat storage capability it's large mass may cause the walls to behave considerably better in some climates than in others. Logs act like "thermal batteries" and can, under the right circumstances, store heat during the day and gradually release it at night. This generally increases the apparent R-value of a log by 0.1 per inch of thickness in mild, sunny climates that have a substantial temperature swing from day to night. Such climates generally exist in the earth's temperate zones between the 15th and 40th parallels.
Publications And Videos From Other States service. STATE, PUBLICATIONS, VIDEOS. Alabama, HTML, PDF, http//www.acesag.auburn.edu/department/extcomm/medialib/.alaska, Catalog only, http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/ http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/library/other_st/other_st.htm
Extractions: Skip the navigation header body Thousands of Extension and Agricultural Experiment Station publications* and video tape presentations are available from other states. Also check out the directory of land-grant universities which are state partners of the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service. STATE PUBLICATIONS VIDEOS Alabama HTML, PDF http://www.acesag.auburn.edu/department/extcomm/medialib/ Alaska Catalog only http://www.uaf.edu/coop-ext/publications/vid_toc.html Arizona HTML, PDF YES, listed with publications Arkansas HTML, PDF YES, limited number California Catalog, PDF Yes, listed with publications Colorado Catalog, PDF, HTML Connecticut No publications listed Delaware HTML Florida HTML Georgia HTML Hawaii HTML Illinois PDF, HTML YES Indiana HTML, PDF Idaho Catalog, PDF YES, See catalog Iowa PDF http://www.exnet.iastate.edu/Pages/video/publicvid.html Kansas PDF YES, same location Kentucky PDF, HTML Louisiana PDF Maine Catalog, HTML, PDF
This Page Has Moved Post Only AK Robert (Bob) Teachworth, League Board Chair alaska League Services 6424(Tom), ext. 3856505 e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com UT Lynn http://www.cuna.org/data/cu/cuna/lsc_roster.html
Extractions: Home Governmental Affairs Regulatory Advocacy Compliance ... About CUNA The page you are looking for has moved. Please read on for some tips on finding the information you are looking for. We apologize for any inconvenience. We're here to help You are currently in the main area of CUNA's website. Use the compass on the left side of each page to navigate the rest of this website. There are five areas: CUNA.org: (the red button in the middle of the compass) takes you to the CUNA "homepage" and information on Governmental and Legistlative affairs, compliance, regulatory advocacy, News Now, press releases, economics and statistics and much more.
Potato Growers Researchers CAMPBELL, WILLIAM alaska Plant Materials Center HCO4/Box service 3328 Vandenberg RoadKlamath Falls, OR, 97603 541 7542619 Email firstname.lastname@example.org. http://www.potatogrower.com/researchers.cfm
Joining Senior Corps : SCP Senior Companion Programs Alabama alaska American Samoa Arizona The Corporationfor National service Home Page Button. Maine UNIV OF MAINE coop ext SCP Orono http://www.seniorcorps.org/joining/scp/state.asp?usestateabbr=ME
Joining Senior Corps : SCP Senior Companion Programs Alabama alaska Arizona Arkansas California The Corporationfor National service Home Page in Maine UNIV OF MAINE coop ext SCP Orono http://www.seniorcorps.org/joining/scp/me.html