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1. Agriculture Courses
agriculture courses PC USE IN agriculture (formerly AGG 3333 Designing your end productProper use of fonts and colors Preparing slides Pleasing graphics misc.
http://entnemdept.ifas.ufl.edu/Agcourse.html
Agriculture Courses AGG 2931 GLOBAL ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES CREDITS Instructor : DR. JAMES L. NATION Prerequisites : Accepted into UF Honors Program General Description : This honors course is designed to give students a scientific and technological base for understanding environmental issues and challenges facing all of us on the planet Earth. The course is planned to stimulate students to evaluate and make objective decisions concerning environmental problems. Students will be assisted in developing a perspective and understanding of the environment, and the impact of human activities upon it, through readings, videos, lectures, guest speakers, and discussion. An important activity will be the preparation of two short papers (2-3 typed pages) and a longer term paper, from which each student will make an oral presentation upon an environmentally important issue. Grading : Class grade will be based upon the written papers, oral presentation and two (midterm and final) announced exams. Course Outline A world environmental outlook Food for a hungry world
Our biological background:
human evolution, agricultural and

2. YME Courses
agriculture courses, Art courses, Business courses, Computers/Technology. FACScourses, Global Languages, Industrial Tech, Language Arts. Math courses, misc.
http://www.yme.k12.mn.us/courses.html
YME Courses Agriculture Courses Art Courses Business Courses Computers/Technology ... Special Needs

3. Texas Ag Ed Connection: Program Information
list of those courses. AGRI 1211 Introductory Seminar in agriculture *. AGED 1411 Introduction Favorite quotes, poems, and misc . You are visitor Since October 20 20000
http://www.txaged.org/agedinfo.html
Program Information Mission Goals FALL UPDATE
AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
NOVEMBER 1998 PROGRAM INFORMATION New staff at TEA:
Ms. Mona Corbett and Mr. Kenny Edgar have been hired as Program Specialists. Ms. Corbett taught Agriscience at Leander High School and began her duties September 22nd. Mr. Edgar taught at Round Rock High School and began work on October 19th. A big Texas welcome to our new people. Please refer to the following contact chart for specific information. Ben Shaw Steve Forsythe Mona Corbett Kenny Edgar Tisha Young
  • Innovative Courses and New Programs Complaints Annual Applications Program Funding FFA Board of Directors FFA Foundation Emblem Licensing School Administration Student Eligibility Scholarships Work-based Learning
  • State FFA Officers FFA Convention FFA Activities FFA Membership National FFA Delegates FFA Leadership Conferences Greenhand Camps Young Farmers Made for Excellence National CDEs
  • Young Farmers and Alumni TEKS / Curriculum Textbooks Certification Workshops Teacher¬ís Conference New Teachers Professional Development
  • Local Program Success CDEs and LDEs Scholarship and Degree Check Industry Partnerships Updates / Newsletters Electronic Communication Data Analysis
  • Swine Validation FFA Foundation Business FFA Conference and Camp Administration Exhibitor Booths
    bshaw@tmail.tea.state.tx.us
  • 4. New Zealand Sites - New Zealand Sites - The WEB Directory
    New Zealand's largest export sector, the primary industry, agriculture, dairy farmingagriculture and Horticulture Choose from 750 courses. Education misc.
    http://www.thewebdirectory.co.nz/default.asp?m=kp&Section=1016

    5. University Of Manitoba: School Of Agriculture - Gardening & Landscaping Courses
    All courses will be taught in the agriculture Building at the NOTE Instructor willsupply materials (fresh and dried flowers, bowls, ribbons and misc.
    http://www.umanitoba.ca/faculties/afs/school/gardening.html

    SCHOOL HOME
    OVERVIEW MANITOBA AGRONOMISTS CONFERENCE LINKS GARDENING AND LANDSCAPING EVENING COURSES
    These courses are offered by a division of Continuing Education and the School of Agriculture. Whether you are a green thumb or all thumbs with plants, you have the opportunity to upgrade your skills with evening horticulture courses at the University of Manitoba beginning in late January. Designed for amateur gardeners, professional horticulturists, and entrepreneurs, these practical courses are offered one evening a week over a period of one to six weeks, or as one evening only classes. The courses offered for the winter of 2002 are: To apply, print and complete this form and mail to: Judy Joshua
    Room 188, Continuing Education Division

    6. Courses Offered
    courses Offered School Handbook Page Next Page. Social Studies ~ Mechanics ~ English~ Mathematics ~ Science ~ Foreign Language ~ Music ~ misc. agriculture Area,
    http://www.pike.k12.il.us/phsweb/School Info/Handbook/courses.htm
    Courses Offered
    School Handbook Page
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    Ag Industrial Arts ... Misc. Course Year Course Can Be Taken Credits Agriculture Area Intro to Agriculture Agriculture Science Agriculture Business Operations Agriculture Business Management Agriculture Mechanical Operations Horticulture Science Back to the top Industrial Arts Area Industrial Technology CAD I CAD II Small Engines Woods II Woods III Metals II Metals III Arch. Dr (Con. I) Welding Back to the top Home Economics Area Home Economics I Food Service Fashion Merchandising. Child Development Child Care Foods II Occupational Foods Occupational Foods II Adult Living Ethnic Foods Parenting Orientation to Child Care Living Environment Back to the top Business Area Keyboarding/Introduction to Computers Information Processing IA Office Suite Desktop Publishing Web Design I Web Design II Computer Projects Multimedia Design Business Mgmt Office Procedures Accounting Consumer Education Computer Programming Back to the top Social Studies Area Personal Relations Civil War American History American Government World History World Geography Current Events Illinois History Military Conflicts in America Psychology Modern American Culture A New Nation American Social Problems Community Citizenship Back to the top Auto Mechanics Area Auto Mechanics I Auto Mechanics II Advanced Engines Night Auto Mechanics Back to the top English Area

    7. UBC Archives - Alden Barss - File List
    4 High school correspondence course in agriculture papers and 1948 7-7 Horticulturalshows and misc. 8 Insect Morphology, General Entomology - courses 1921 8
    http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/u_arch/barss1.html
    Alden Barss fonds - File List
    Horticulture - Course Materials 3-8 [Horticulture 317 and Horticulture 319 course materials] [n.d.] 3-9 Hort. 418 and Grape Variety Descriptions / Refractometer tests 1946 4-1 Hort. 418 - Peach Varieties, Apricots, Almonds 1936-51 4-2 " - Cherries 1942-53 4-3 " - Drupes (descriptive terms) / Shapes, etc., Apples and Pears 1946-48 4-4 " - Classification - Keys to Trees (fruit and nut) and Small Fruits 1933-47 4-5 " - " " 1918-47 4-6 Hort. 418 or 419 - Names of plants 1937-54 5-1 " - " 1942-49 5-2 Hort. 419 - Start of course 1937-53 5-3 " - Misc. 1936-48 Horticulture - Systematic Pomology 5-4 Lecture Outlines / Test for Colour-Blindness 1920-53 5-5 Misc. 1942-51 5-6 Orchard Fruits, esp. Apples 1914-25 6-1 Plant Patents 1942-54 6-2 Pears 1925-45 6-3 Pomes - Apples, Pears, Quince 1914-42 6-4 Studies in Systematic Pomology, UBC 1953 6-5 Tree Characters - Small Fruit Plants, Blueberry Plants 1948 Agriculture 13-4 BCIA and AIC - Newsletters 1946-65 13-5 Botany and General Studies of Plants 1916-25 13-6 Citrus 1934-46 13-7 CSTA [Canadian Society of Technical Agriculturalists] - Educational policies 1925-31 13-8 CSTA - Historical Material (miscellaneous) 1920-26 13-9 " - Letters 1920-29 14-1 " - Pamphlets 1920-41 14-2 " - Programs 1921-31 14-3 " - Reports 1922-31 14-4 Dept. of Education - Vocational correspondence course - Agriculture [n.d] 14-5 Fruit Growing and Marketing as a Business 1941-42 14-6 Dr. Lucas - Correspondence 1954-56 14-7 Olives [n.d.] 14-8 Plant Introduction, National Arboretum 1949-53

    8. UBC Archives - Department Of University Extension - File List
    BOX 5 Professional and Vocational Education agriculture 51 Schools (1938-41) 5-5Short courses in Poultry statistics and sampling methods (1954-55) 6-3 misc.
    http://www.library.ubc.ca/archives/u_arch/u_ext1.html
    Department of University Extension fonds - File List
    BOX 9 Evening Classes, Lectures, and Correspondence Courses Evening Classes 9-1 Brochures (1939/40 - 1949/50) 9-2 Brochures (1949/50 - 1955/56) 9-3 Brochures (1956/57 - 1958/59) 9-4 Brochures (1959/60 - 1961/62) 9-5 Brochures (Fall 1963, Spring 1964) Lecture Service 9-6 Correspondence and brochures (1936-51) 9-7 Brochures (1937-40, 1943-44) Extra-Sessional courses 9-8 Correspondence and reports (1949-50) Directed reading and Correspondence Credit Courses 9-9 Correspondence, reports and course outline (1949-53) BOX 12 Pamphlets, Brochures and Course Material 12-1 1955-56 12-2 1955-56 12-3 1955-56 12-4 1955-56 12-5 1955-56 12-6 1956-57 12-7 1956-57 12-8 1956-57 12-9 1957-58 12-10 1957-58 12-11 1957-58 12-12 1958-59 12-13 1958-59 12-14 1958-59 12-15 1964-67 12-16 1967-68 Gordon Selman's Research notes 12-17 Miscellaneous [1955-1956?]

    9. College Of Agriculture
    specific needs of programs within the College of agriculture . cases to hire lecturersfor courses the college would also allow for the elimination of misc.
    http://www.csuchicoag.org/news_articles/NA_12_5_Academic_Enhancement_Fee_Propo.a
    News Flash
    Referendum Proposal to the Campus Fee Advisory Committee
    Requested by:A. Charles Crabb Dean, College of Agriculture. 2)Effective Date of Fee:Fall Semester 2003.A proposed time-line for implementation is provided as Appendix A. 3)Proposed Fee:For the first year, the fee will be set at $120 per semester for full-time students and $60 per semester for part-time students (taking six units or less).The proposed fees will be adjusted annually using the Consumer Price Index used by CSU, Chico to adjust other student fees.The fee will be collected from those students enrolled in a major in the College of Agriculture.Students with a minor in the College of Agriculture will not be assessed a fee. 4)Financial Analysis:Projected annual revenue from the College of Agriculture Academic Enhancement Fee is anticipated to be approximately $84,000 based on 350 declared majors in the College of Agriculture.Funds are to be spent in the semester or year they are collected, with rollover amounts justified for subsequent purchases. 6)The Consultative Process Used in Developing the Fee Additional meetings and open forums with students and faculty will take place in the coming months in response to this referendum proposal.

    10. UC Davis Summer 2003 Special Sessions Courses
    agriculture MANAGEMENT AND RANGELAND RESOURCES. Special Application Required!Course Fee. Processing fee, program fees, transportation, misc. $320.00.
    http://summer-sessions.ucdavis.edu/special_1.html
    Quicklinks Academic Departments Athletics Campus Tours Computing Resources Emergency Services Facilities Services General Catalog Jobs at UC Davis Office of the Registrar SisWeb Site Index Site Map UC Davis Extention UCD Virtual Tour and Map University Library
    Summer Sessions Special Programs
    Registration Information Apply Cancellation, Withdrawal, Refund FAQ's Fee Information ... Summer Courses Grants/Financial Aid Summer Financial Aid Summer Travel Grant Student Services Attendance, Grades, Transcripts Campus Services Main UCDavis Site My UCDavis Summer Programs Summer Abroad Special Programs Other Summer Session
    AGRICULTURE MANAGEMENT AND RANGELAND RESOURCES AMR 192-031 (8 units)
    Date: 6/23 - 8/15/03
    Deadline: 5/17/03
    Location: TBA Supervised internship on and off campus in agricultural and environmental sciences. P/NP grading only.
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor, Phone (530) 752-7645.

    11. The Saskatchewan Master Gardener Program
    The program was started in the Spring of 1989 and is administered by the Division of Extension at Category Home Gardens Volunteer Master Gardeners Canada...... libraries and schools, as well as teaching courses for local An advisory committeeincluding members from Saskatchewan agriculture, agriculture Canada and the
    http://www.ag.usask.ca/cofa/departments/hort/hortinfo/misc/master.html
    The Saskatchewan Master Gardener Program
    Beginning this spring [1989], the Master Gardener Program will come to Saskatchewan. This program which began in 1972 in the State of Washington has now grown to include 45 states and three provinces here in Canada. The Master Gardener Program was conceived so that a volunteer group of horticultural enthusiasts could be created to off load professionals with regard to answering many everyday common gardening questions. Master Gardeners' duties include working on garden hot lines, conducting gardening clinics at malls and nurseries, writing garden columns for local newspapers, speaking to horticulture societies, libraries and schools, as well as teaching courses for local community colleges, and conducting hort therapy workshops. The Saskatchewan Master Gardener Program will be administered by the Division of Extension at the University of Saskatchewan. The Department of Horticulture Science will be responsible for the subject matter that will be taught. An advisory committee including members from Saskatchewan Agriculture, Agriculture Canada and the Saskatchewan Horticultural Association as well as these University departments will be responsible for designing the requirements for Saskatchewan's program. What does one have to do to become a Master Gardener? Although Master Gardener Program differs from state to state and province to province, there are subject areas that are common to all. A Master Gardener-In-Training must exhibit a level of competence in basic botany and horticulture. Special emphasis is placed on plant identification, and being able to deal with disease and pest problems common to horticulture. In addition to demonstrating an adequate level of knowledge, candidates must complete a internship period which is a specified number of volunteer hours. These hours would have to deal with such activities that were described above and which must be sanctioned by the Advisory Committee. Once a candidate has attained a Master Gardener certificate, in order to maintain the Master Gardener status, he or she must be willing to provide a minimum number of hours of service annually plus take updating courses every so often.

    12. Open-systems.ufl.edu/mirrors/ftp.isc.org/usenet/news.announce.newgroups/sci/sci.
    bionet.general sci.environment sci.misc talk.environment of any topics related tofarming and agriculture. Announcement of forthcoming courses and conferences
    http://open-systems.ufl.edu/mirrors/ftp.isc.org/usenet/news.announce.newgroups/s
    From bromage@mdw040.cc.monash.edu.au Tue Oct 26 17:05:29 1993 Path: uunet!bounce-back From: bromage@mdw040.cc.monash.edu.au (Mr D Bromage) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,sci.environment,talk.environment,bionet.general,bionet.agroforestry,sci.misc,alt.sustainable.agriculture Subject: RFD: sci.agriculture Followup-To: news.groups Date: 26 Oct 1993 15:23:20 -0400 Organization: Monash University, Melb., Australia. Lines: 49 Sender: tale@uunet.uu.net Approved: tale@uunet.uu.net Message-ID: Reply-To: David Bromage References: Reply-To: vote@clinton.com NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Xref: uunet news.announce.newgroups:4324 news.groups:88645 alt.sustainable.agriculture:1788 bionet.agroforestry:423 bionet.general:7103 sci.environment:38309 sci.misc:9393 talk.environment:16104 FIRST CALL FOR VOTES (of 2) This is the first of two Call For Votes (CFV) regarding the proposed creation of a new newsgroup. Please read the proposal before voting. Detailed instructions for voting are given below. Unmoderated group sci.agriculture Newsgroups line: sci.agriculture Farming, agriculture and related topics All votes must be received by 23:59:59 UTC, 15 December 1993. This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party. All questions regarding voting and procedure or reports of problems should be mailed to "L. Todd Masco" . All votes should be mailed to vote@clinton.com All questions regarding the proposed new group should be mailed to the proposer, David Bromage

    13. CHAPTER 35 - AGRICULTURAL ADJUSTMENT ACT OF 1938 - TOC
    United States Code TITLE 7 agriculture CHAPTER 35 misc 0. General Provisions;Subchapter I. Adjustment University Online Health Law courses develop expertise
    http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/casecode/uscodes/7/chapters/35/toc.html
    FindLaw Legal Professionals Students Business ... Lawyer Search State AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY AS GU MP PR VI Select a Practice Area Administrative Law Adoption Agriculture Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Animal Bites Asbestos Aviation Bankruptcy Law Business Organizations Child Support Civil Rights Constitutional Law Construction Law Consumer Protection Contracts Criminal Law Criminal Law Federal Debtor/Creditor Discrimination Divorce DUI/DWI Education Law Elder Law Eminent Domain Employment Law Employee Employment Law Employer Energy Law Environmental Law Estate Planning Family Law Franchising Gaming Law Government Contracts Insurance Law Intellectual Property Law International Law Internet Cyberspace Labor Law Landlord/Tenant Legal Malpractice Lemon Law Medical Malpractice Military Law Motor Vehicle Accidents Motor Vehicle Defects Native Peoples Law Natural Resources Law Nursing Home Patents Personal Injury Defense Personal Injury Premises Liability Products Liability Law Professional Malpractice Law Real Estate Law Securities Law Sexual Harassment Social Security Disability Taxation Law Toxic Substances Trademarks Traffic Violations Transportation Law Trusts Wills Workers' Compensation Law Wrongful Death Document Library Legal Dictionary Legal News FindLaw Legal Web Sites All Web Sites US Government Sites US Supreme Court All Circuit Courts US Constitution FindLaw Newsletters Top Legal News Headlines
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    14. MISC 0 - GENERAL PROVISIONS - TOC
    United States Code TITLE 7 agriculture CHAPTER 35 misc 0 - GENERAL PROVISIONSSection 1281 Concord University Online Health Law courses develop expertise and
    http://caselaw.lp.findlaw.com/casecode/uscodes/7/chapters/35/miscs/0/toc.html
    FindLaw Legal Professionals Students Business ... Lawyer Search State AL AK AZ AR CA CO CT DE DC FL GA HI ID IL IN IA KS KY LA ME MD MA MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY AS GU MP PR VI Select a Practice Area Administrative Law Adoption Agriculture Law Alternative Dispute Resolution Animal Bites Asbestos Aviation Bankruptcy Law Business Organizations Child Support Civil Rights Constitutional Law Construction Law Consumer Protection Contracts Criminal Law Criminal Law Federal Debtor/Creditor Discrimination Divorce DUI/DWI Education Law Elder Law Eminent Domain Employment Law Employee Employment Law Employer Energy Law Environmental Law Estate Planning Family Law Franchising Gaming Law Government Contracts Insurance Law Intellectual Property Law International Law Internet Cyberspace Labor Law Landlord/Tenant Legal Malpractice Lemon Law Medical Malpractice Military Law Motor Vehicle Accidents Motor Vehicle Defects Native Peoples Law Natural Resources Law Nursing Home Patents Personal Injury Defense Personal Injury Premises Liability Products Liability Law Professional Malpractice Law Real Estate Law Securities Law Sexual Harassment Social Security Disability Taxation Law Toxic Substances Trademarks Traffic Violations Transportation Law Trusts Wills Workers' Compensation Law Wrongful Death Document Library Legal Dictionary Legal News FindLaw Legal Web Sites All Web Sites US Government Sites US Supreme Court All Circuit Courts US Constitution FindLaw Newsletters Top Legal News Headlines
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    15. PROFILE
    Education Taught by compressed video *** courses that have 1997) Developed Collegeof agriculture Internship program Favorite quotes, poems, and misc .
    http://www.clt.astate.edu/dagnew/profile.htm
    David M. Agnew
    Associate Professor of
    Agricultural Education
    P.O. Box 1080
    Arkansas State University
    State University, AR 72467
    Office 870-972-2087
    Fax 870-972-3885

    dagnew@astate.edu

    Ed.D.
    Agricultural and Extension Education.
    Mississippi State University M.Ed. Agricultural and Extension Education Mississippi State University B.S. Agricultural Education, University of Tennessee at Martin SUMMARY OF PROFESSIONAL WORK EXPERIENCES Associate Professor Agricultural and Vocational Education, ASU Extension Technologis t Agronomy Department, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Associate Director Special Projects Department of Agricultural Education , University of Nebraska-Lincoln (now the Department of Leadership Communications and Education) Visiting Lecturer Department of Agricultural and Industrial Education, Montana State University Graduate Research Assistan t Department of Agricultural and Extension Education, Mississippi State University Teacher of Vocational Agriculture McNairy Central High School, Selmer, Tennessee Teacher of Vocational Agriculture Bolivar Junior High School, Bolivar, Tennessee

    16. University Archive Guide: Record Group 12
    MAHm; Horticulture MAHr; Horticulture Garden Short Course - MAHrG; Instituteof Rural Affairs - MAIn; agriculture-misc. (RG 13/3) courses in Agricultural
    http://spec.lib.vt.edu/archives/guide/rg13.htm
    Agricultural training was one of the primary missions of the College from its beginnings. In the 1872 Catalog, Agriculture is listed as one of 13 courses of study. It consisted of lectures on: the selection, breeding, food, shelter, use, nature, and management of farm animals; dairy farming; soils; plants; landscape gardening; floriculture; farm economics; and building materials. Agriculture was one of the first four major administrative divisions created when Deans were appointed to the academic departments. In 1907-08, there was a School of Scientific Agriculture and a School of Agricultural Apprentices, but both were subordinate to the Department of Agriculture that had its own Dean. In 1920-21, the title was changed to School of Agriculture; then in 1964, it became the College of Agriculture. The name was changed to the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences in 1971.
    Return to Guide
    Records
    Newspaper Clippings and Printed Material
    Mounted clippings concerning Agriculture from 1906-47 are located under classification "MA." From 1948-59, the mounted clippings are divided into the different Agriculture departments, with each department having a separate classification. The classifications are: Agronomy - MAAG; Animal Husbandry - MAAN; Animal Pathology - MAB.AP; Forestry - MAB.F; Biochemistry and Nutrition - MABio; Dairy - MAD; Agricultural Economics - MAHm; Horticulture - MAHr; Horticulture Garden Short Course - MAHrG; Institute of Rural Affairs - MAIn; Agriculture-Misc. - MAM; Poultry - MAP; Vocational Education - MAV; Plant Pathology and Plant Physiology - MAPP.

    17. Meridian High School Offered Courses
    482 English 102(Rcc/Distance). Elective courses. Foreign Languages. 698 agriculture(at DATA). Family Consumer Science. Consumer Education/misc. 791 Health.
    http://www.meridian.k12.il.us/High School/Guidance/Couse_Offerings.htm
    Meridian High School
    COURSE OFFERINGS for 2002-03
    Core Courses
    Mathematics
    General Math I General Math II Pre-Algebra Algebra I ... Calculus
    Natural Sciences
    Physical Science Physics Chemistry I Chemistry II ... Biology I
    Social Studies
    Psychology 110 (RCC/Distance) Sociology Sociology 110 (RCC/Distance) Economics ... U.S. History on Film
    Language Arts
    English I English II English III - General English III - College Prep ... English 102(Rcc/Distance)
    Elective Courses
    Foreign Languages
    Spanish I Spanish II Spanish III Spanish IV ... German II (Distance)
    Fine Arts
    Art Foundation/Appreciation Art II Advanced Studio One Advanced Studio Two ... Band
    Industrial Technology
    Communication Technology Advanced Communications Tech Photo Technology Production Technology ... Auto Mechanics I (at DATA) 668 A uto Mechanics II (at DATA) Industrial Manufacturing Occups. (at DATA) IMO II (at DATA) Digital Circuits ... Computer Repair (at DATA)
    Agriculture
    Agricultural Science (at DATA) AgriBiotech/Environmental Science (DATA) Biology Science Appls. in Agriculture (DATA Agriculture (at DATA) ... FACS-Related Occups (at DATA)
    Consumer Education/Misc
    Health Health Occupation (at DATA) Yearbook EXCEL (at DATA/work site) ... Elementary Teaching Asst.

    18. Www.ibiblio.org/london/permaculture/misc/listinfo
    sunsite.unc.edu/InterGarden/permaculture/misc/listinfo or Generic Subscription Informationfor agricultureRelated Mailing http//www.unc.edu/courses/ssp/wilp
    http://www.ibiblio.org/london/permaculture/misc/listinfo
    i.e.: subscribe permaculture 's> or, if you're unsubscribing type: unsubscribe this will work also: unsubscribe (you can also use the words unsub or signoff) Important: You will need to send these commands to the listserver using the email ID you subscribed to the list with, i.e. the ID associated with your name in the list of users who have subscribed to the mailing list. For example: bsmith@somewhere.com (Bob Smith) wants to subscribe or unsubscribe to the permaculture mailing list at UNC. bsmith@somewhere.com will send email from his somewhere.com account to: listproc@listserv.oit.unc.edu and type into the body of his message the following text: subscribe permaculture Bob Smith or: unsubscribe permaculture To Post To All The Subscribers Of The List, i.e. to send your message to the mailing list: Send your article by email to:

    19. Courses
    courses. SOIL JUDGING. PLS 396. COURSE OUTLINE. (6) US Dept. of agriculture. 1991.Hydric Soils of the United States. Soil Conservation Service. misc. Publ.
    http://www.uky.edu/Agriculture/Agronomy/files/pedology/courses.htm
    Courses SOIL JUDGING PLS 396 COURSE OUTLINE Credit hours: 1-2 (Only first time students participating in the week long field trip required for the competition can be registered for two credit hours. In subsequent years, students participating in the regional competition trip can register for one credit hour. Students not participating in the regional competition trip can register for one credit hour, and they will be required to do extra homework and field assignments to meet the course requirements.) Instructor: Dr. A.D. Karathanasis Office: N-122K, Ag. Science-North e-mail: akaratha@ca.uky.edu Phone: Textbook: Handbook for Collegiate Soils Contest in the Southeastern Region. 1996. Karathanasis et al., University of Kentucky. Other references: Designated soil survey reports and Soil Taxonomy keys. Lecture/Discussion Periods: 1 hour a week (TBA) and/or 2-3 hours a week (TBA) field exercises. (Course concludes on October 31) Course Contents: (1) General rules for Collegiate Soil Judging in the Southeastern Region (2) Scorecard interpretations (3) Regional Morphology of State and Southeastern Region Soils - textural classes - soil structure - color, hydroxymorphic features, consistence, concentrations

    20. Faculty Council Minutes -- Nov. 8, 2002
    Hay and Silage Production, and CSES 4803 Precision agriculture. These courses aretaught in other departments and is a change in title, description and misc.
    http://www.uark.edu/depts/dbcafls/02-11min.html
    MINUTES
    DBCAFLS FACULTY COUNCIL MEETING
    NOVEMBER 8, 2002
    ROSEN CENTER CONFERENCE ROOM
    Faculty Present: John Clark, Thomas Costello, Pat Fenn, Wayne Kuenzel, Dave Miller, Luke Parsch, Charles Rosenkrans (for Wayne Kellogg), George Wardlow (for Freddie Scott), Mary Warnock (for Peggy Whan), and Chair Preston LaFerney.
    Administration Present: Donna Graham
    1. Call to Order - P. LaFerney called the meeting to order at 3:36 p.m. and announced that this would be the final Faculty Council meeting for this calendar year and term. He welcomed Senators George Wardlow, Charles Rosenkrans and Dave Miller.
    2. Approval of Agenda - Being no additions or changes to the agenda, Costello moved the agenda be accepted as submitted, Parsch seconded. Motion passed.
    3. Approval of Minutes from October 11, 2002 Meeting - P. LaFerney asked for any additions, deletions or corrections of the minutes from the October 11, 2002 meeting. Stewart moved the minutes be accepted as submitted, Clark seconded. Motion passed.

    4. Reports

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