EFNEP In Other States zorba.uafadm.alaska.edu/coopext/efnep/akefnep Florida cooperative extension serviceBroward County mississippi mississippi State University extension service http://www.utextension.utk.edu/efnep/states.htm
State Coordinators Joel Flagler, Ag./Resource Mgmt. Agent/CEDH Rutgers coop. ext., Bergen Cty. Of Vermontext. service 157 Old Guildford Road, 4 Brattleboro, VT. mississippi. http://hcs.osu.edu/mg/img/coordinators.html
Communicators Guide/chapter Seven Manager, Natural Resources Conservation service, US Department 805234050, email@example.com Bldg.,University Drive, mississippi State University http://www.usda.gov/news/pubs/fcn/chapter7.htm
Extractions: Susan Bale, Web master, Kansas State University, 307 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-3402, firstname.lastname@example.org. (785) 532-6379 Linda Foster Benedict, Assistant Director, Communications, Louisiana State University Ag Center, PO Box 25100, Baton Rouge, LA 70894-5100, Ibenedit@agcenter.lsu.edu, (225) 578-2937 Lew Brodsky, Director of Public and Congressional Affairs, Selective Service System, 1515 Wilson Blvd., 4th Floor, Arlington, VA 22209, Ibrodsky@sss.gov, (703) 605-4191. Susan Buchanan, Public Affairs Specialist, U.S. Department of Commerce, National Marine Fisheries Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1315 East-West Highway, Room 14519, Silver Spring, MD 20910, email@example.com,. (301) 713-2370. Kurt Byers, Communications Manager/Editor, University of Alaska Sea Grant College Program, PO Box 755040, Room 203 O'Neill Bldg., Fairbanks, AK, firstname.lastname@example.org, (907) 457-2231. Donise Cheeks, Senior Analyst, Office of Research, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC 20224, email@example.com, (202) 874-4099.
Construction, Operating Costs & Cash Flow 155, mississippi Agr. and Forestry Exp. Sta., mississippi State, MS. Klinefelter,D. and G. Clary. 1997. Exp. Sta. and Louisiana coop. ext. service. 1988. http://ruralbusiness.tamu.edu/aqua/htms/15constr.htm
Extractions: CONSTRUCTION, OPERATING COSTS AND CASH FLOW TEMPLATES FOR CATFISH (FOOD FISH) PRODUCTION SYSTEMS PESCAT 15 Introduction One of the first things potential catfish producers should do prior to making a major investment in a new operation is to evaluate the financial feasibility of the proposed project. This Fact Sheet provides descriptions of some typical commercial catfish production systems found throughout the southern states. Templates presented here estimate the total investments, debt servicing requirements, annual operating budgets and cash flows for turn-key production enterprises. An analysis also illustrates the sensitivity of systems to changes in prices, costs and production relationships. These templates are available as spreadsheet software in Microsoft Excel Workbook and Lotus .WK3 file formats. Data from published sources as well as directly from producers involved in building and operating facilities are included to provide you a start in developing your own customized budgets. Production Systems You can use these spreadsheets to characterize three basic types of commercial catfish production systems: watershed ponds and ponds with a dependable water supply (well, lake or stream) are conventional production systems, while recirculating systems use more intensive technologies. Two other types of systems, cages and raceways, are not specifically described here, but could be characterized by modifying spreadsheets provided here. Each system has definable production, marketing and financial management issues. You will find detailed descriptions of production and marketing management requirements for systems such as these in several sources (see appendix). However, few of these resources address in detail the potential costs and returns of constructing and operating these systems.
St. Bernard Parish Ag Page extension service of mississippi State University Pub. No. 1977. Pollet, DK,et. al., 1997. 1997 Insect Control Guide. La. coop. ext. Ser. Pub. 1838. http://www.agctr.lsu.edu/parish/st_bernard/stbcreole.html
Extractions: Welcome to the St. Bernard Ag Pagea website of the St. Bernard Office of the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Servicea branch of the LSU Agricultural Center. This is your source for practical, research-based information concerning subjects related to Agriculture for your home and your garden. CREOLE TOMATOES-PART ONE Scientific Classification of Tomatoes and Historical Prospective: Tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum To complicate matters, there is a specific variety of tomatoes named "creole". It was introduced in 1969 by the LSU Agricultural Experiment Station. Almost any variety of tomatoes grown in the region is considered a creole tomato. Economic Importance: According to the 1996 Louisiana Summary of Agriculture and Natural Resources prepared by the Louisiana Cooperative Extension Service, the Southeast Region of Louisiana accounted for 298 acres of the total 395 acres or 75% of the field tomatoes harvested in Louisiana during 1996. By our definition of "creole tomatoes," the tomatoes grown in that region of the state are considered creole tomatoes. The gross farm value of the 1996 creole tomato crop in Louisiana was $3,020,130. This accounted for 64% of the value of the field tomatoes harvested in Louisiana or about 7% of the total value of all vegetables produced in the state.
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.
Extractions: Purdue Agriculture Agronomy Extension ... Small Grains Info State Ext. Small Grains Specialists The USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service provides an important link between research-based agricultural information and those individuals directly involved with the production and marketing of agricultural products in the U.S. The state Extension small grain specialists listed in this document, usually located at land-grant colleges and universities , are responsible for educational programming relative to small grain (wheat, barley, rye, oats) production and management issues within their respective states. Many of these individuals also conduct applied field research on important small grain issues in their states. Please let me know of corrections or additions to this list. Dr. Paul L. Mask
State Extension Soybean Specialists, United States Dr. Lanny O. Ashlock Arkansas cooperative extension service 2301 South University 719346 5571 FAX 719 346 5660 Email firstname.lastname@example.org mississippi. http://www.agry.purdue.edu/ext/soybean/soyspec.htm
Extractions: Source of image in banner: USDA-ARS, http://www.ars.usda.gov/is/graphics/photos/k5269-7.jpg Purdue Agriculture Agronomy ... Soybean Info State Ext. Soybean Specialists The USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service provides an important link between research-based agricultural information and those individuals directly involved with the production and marketing of agricultural products in the U.S. The state Extension soybean specialists listed in this document, usually located at land-grant colleges and universities , are responsible for educational programming relative to soybean production and management issues within their respective states. Many of these individuals also conduct applied field research on important soybean issues in their states. Please let me know of corrections or additions to this list. Dr. C. D. Monks
Home Based & Micro Business extension service Box 9745 mississippi State, MS 8407 email@example.com MT MarshaGoetting ext. Scale Entrepreneur Specialist University of Nebraska coop. http://fcs.tamu.edu/entrepreneurship/hbbsite/contact.html
Extractions: AL AR AZ DC ... WY AL Georgia Aycock Auburn University Resource Management Specialist 163 Spidle Hall FAX: 205/844-1340 Auburn University, AL 36849-5603 Phone: 334/844-2215 FAX: 334/844-1340 firstname.lastname@example.org AR Sharon Heidingsfelder Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Extension Human Environment Specialist University of Arkansas P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Phone: 501/671-2294 FAX: 501/671-2251 email@example.com AZ Janice Shelton The University of Arizona La Paz County P.O. Box BL Parker, AZ 85344 Phone: 520/669-9763 FAX: 520/669-9843 firstname.lastname@example.org AZ Ellen Goldsberry Director Southwest Retail Center for Education and Research The University of Arizona - School fo FCR P.O. Box 210033 Tucson, AZ 85721 Phone: 520/621-1140 FAX: 520/621-3209 email@example.com
Pecan Kernel - Personnel (Area Agent) LA coop. ext. service LSU Agricultural Center 505 Hwy 80 EastPO Box 488 Calhoun, LA 71225 Ph318644-5865, extension. mississippi. http://pecankernel.tamu.edu/personnel/
This Page Has Moved firstname.lastname@example.org MS Tom McWilliams, Vice President mississippi League Services 6424(Tom), ext. 6505 email email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Joining Senior Corps : SCP Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota mississippi Missouri Montana The Corporationfor National service Home Page in Maine UNIV OF MAINE coop ext SCP Orono http://www.seniorcorps.org/joining/scp/state.asp?usestateabbr=ME
Composting Programs In U.S.A., Selected States Mr. John Bartok coop ext Specialist University of Connecticut Dept of Res of Regulatoryservices Soil Testing Laboratory 103 Regulatory service Bldg mississippi. http://www.mastercomposter.com/local/otherus.html
Extractions: www.canr.uconn.edu/plsci/stlab.htm Also the University of Massachusetts Soil Testing Lab does offer a compost test. You can reach them at (413) 545-2311. We don't have all the equipment we need to test compost except for pH, soluble salts, available nutrients and 4 micronutrients. UMass can do C:N ratios and heavy metals. I also received this information Jan 2000 from Connecticut:
Publications And Videos From Other States of the cooperative State Research, Education, and extension service. Catalog only,http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/vid_toc mississippi, HTML, some PDF, 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
FSCPE Contacts Higher Learning 3825 Ridgewood Road, 421 Jackson, mississippi 392116453 E,P) (919)733-7061 ext. State Budget and Management 20321 Mail service Center Raleigh http://www.census.gov/population/www/coop/coop.html
Extractions: Literature Review and Critical Preservation Points Document Use Preface Table of Contents References 7. Literature Cited Alden L. 2001a. Bacon Glossary. The Cooks Thesaurus. Available from: http://www.switcheroo.com/MeatcureBacon.html . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alden L. 2001b. Ham Glossary. The Cooks Thesaurus. Available from: http://www.switcheroo.com/MeatcureHams.html Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alden L. 2001c. Bacon Glossary. The Cooks Thesaurus. Available from: http://www.switcheroo.com/MeatcureSausage.html . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alexander MA, Stringer WC. 1993. Home Curing Bacon for a Mild Flavor. Columbia, MO: Missouri Cooperative Extension. Available from: http://muextension.missouri.edu/xplor/agguides/ansci/g02528.htm . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Andress EL. 2001. Should I Vacuum Package Food at Home? Athens, GA: FACS Extension University of Georgia. Available from: http://www.fcs.uga.edu/pubs/PDF/FDNS-E-46.pdf
SEA - Farm-a-syst State Contacts of Alaska cooperative extension service www.uaf.edu/coopext/ace.html Universityof Minnesota cooperative extension service www.mes.umn.edu mississippi. http://www.epa.gov/seahome/farmasyst/states.htm
Extractions: Contacts All the links on this page are to sites outside the EPA. "Links to Web sites outside the U.S. EPA Web site are for the convenience of the user. The Standards of Ethical Conduct do not permit the U.S. EPA to endorse any private sector Web site, product, or service. The U.S. EPA does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at this location. This link is being provided consistent with the intended purpose of the EPA Web site." AL AK AS AZ ... WY www.uwex.edu/farmasyst
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