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  1. Vegetable Garden Handbook (ANR-61) by Dean Bond, 1984

61. The Impact Of Entertainment Media Violence On Children And Families: Site List
Wetumpka, alabama cooperative extension Elmore County Contact Contact Jean Justice, University of Florida ext - Palm Beach
Media Violence Satellite Program Materials
Suggestions from
Local Commuities Order the Videotape Set
Frequently Asked Questions Local Promotion Kit Registered Sites 175 Registered Downlink Sites from 30 States A C - D - F I H K ... W
Alabama (12) Athens,
Alabama Cooperative Extension - Limestone County
Contact: Retta Christopher, Auburn Universtiy, Alabama Cooperative Extension
Contact: Stacey Miller, Camden, Alabama Cooperative Extension - Wilcox County
Contact: Jeannie Hollinger, Hartselle, Alabama Cooperative Extension - Morgan County
Contact: Mary Malone, Jasper, Alabama Cooperative Extension - Walker County
Contact: Shirley Whitten, Mobile, Alabama Cooperative Extension - Mobile County Contact: Amanda Outlaw,

62. Untitled Document
Laura Booth alabama cooperative extension System 213 extension Phoenix,AZ 85040 Phone (602) 470-8086 (ext.
Who Can Help You in Your State?

National Program Contacts
USDA Partner
Joseph L. Wysocki
Housing and Environment
1400 Independence Ave, STOP 2210
Washington, DC 20250-2210
Phone: 202-401-4980, Fax: 202-401-1706
E-mail: EPA Partners
Susie Shimek
1200 Pennsylvania Ave., SW Washington, D.C. 20001 Phone: 202-564-9054 Fax: 202-565-2039 E-mail: Dennis Hellberg 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (6609J) Washington, D.C. 20460 Ph: 202-564-9366 Fax: 202-565-2071 E-mail: Project Director Michael P. Vogel Montana State University Extension Service 109 Taylor Hall Bozeman, MT 59717

63. Untitled
New peach and nectarine cultivars from Florida. Proceedings of the 17 th AnnualMeeting of the alabama Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association. coop. ext.
Selected Publications
    Book Chapters Williamson, J. G., R. L. Darnell, G. Krewer and S. NeSmith. 1996. Gibberellic acid: A management tool for increasing yield of rabbiteye blueberry. In R. E. Gough and R. F. Korcak (Eds.). Blueberries A century of Research . Haworth Press, Inc. New York. pp.. 203-218. Refereed Journal Articles Williamson, J. G. and D. C. Coston. 1990. Influence of planting treatment and irrigation rate on vegetative and reproductive growth of peach. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 115(2):207-212. Williamson, J.G., D.C. Coston and J.A. Cornell. 1992. Root restriction affects shoot development of peach in a high-density orchard. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117(3):362-367. Williamson, J. G. W. S. Castle and K. E. Koch. 1992. Growth and C-photosynthate allocation in citrus nursery trees subjected to three bud-forcing methods. J. Am. Soc. Hort. Sci. 117(1):37-40. Maust, B. E. and J. G. Williamson. 1994. Nitrogen nutrition of containerized citrus nursery plants. J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 119(2):195-201. Williamson, J. G., R. L. Darnell, G. Krewer, J. Vanderwagen and S. NeSmith. 1995. Gibberellic acid: A management tool for increasing yield of rabbiteye blueberry. J. Small Fruits and Viticulture. 3 (4):203-218.

64. Farm Fresh Markets:Alabama
Castle Rock, CO , 80104 Phone (303) 6607312 Email Pleasehelp keep StarChefs a free service by displaying our button on your

65. Página Do Clube Da Floresta
of Conservation Inforestry, Ohio Division of Forestry Florida Division of ForestryBritish Columbia Ministry of Forests alabama Forestry Link coop. ext.
Canis lupus História do Clube Trabalhos de Professores Trabalhos de Alunos Trabalhos de Professores e Alunos
Yahoo's Science: Agriculture: Forestry Page Other Forestry Links Indexes Forestry Schools ... Conservation Links
Links to other Forestry Sites
Agroforestry News Group
Kentucky Forest Policy

Kentucky Wood Products Competitiveness Corporation

Archives of Appalachia, logging and lumbering
FORS Home Page
- Forest Resources Systems Institute
Ben Meadows Company
- Seller of Forestry equipment
Association of Consulting Foresters

- Forestry, logging, computer, links in Oregon
Foresters, Inc.
- Blacksburg, VA Zimmerman's Forest - Forestry in the Upper Cumberland of Tennessee State of the World's Forests 1997_FAO [.pdf, 200p.] Forestry Research Bibliographies at the University of Minnesota Forestry Gopher § Ecosystem Management Bibliography § College of Natural Resources Gopher ... Voltar ao TOPO
Indexes to Forestry and Biology Web Sites
WWW Virtual Library: Forestry Directorio de recursos relacionados con las plantas - English and Spanish Link List Steve Shook's Directory of Forest Products, Wood Science, and Marketing

66. 4-H/Army Liaisons By State/Installation
Chuck Hill extension 4H Program Specialist alabama 4-H Unit, Duncan 970-491-6102970-491-5108 (fax), Debbie Bowman Ph.D. ext.
Home Our Mission Our Work Project Report ... Back to Contact Us
4-H State/Army Liaisons
Overseas Installation/County 4-H Liaison Army Region AK Ft. Richardson, Anchorage Ft. Wainwright, Fairbanks Lou McLean
P.O. Box 758155
Fairbanks, AK 99775
Univerisity of Alaska, Fairbanks Pacific AL Fort Rucker, Dale Redstone Arsenal, Madison Chuck Hill
Extension 4-H Program Specialist
Alabama 4-H Unit, Duncan Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849 Southeast AR Pine Bluff Arsenal, Jefferson Dr. Darlene Baker 4-H and Youth Development Specialist P.O. Box 391, 2301 S. University Little Rock, AR 72203 501-671-2294 (fax) Southwest AZ Fort Huachuca, Pima Yuma Proving Ground, Yuma Lisa Lauxman Coordinator-4-H Curriculum Devel. 315 Forbes Hall University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721

67. Cooperative Extension Sponsored Or Co-sponsored Volunteer Water Quality Monitori
Bill Deutsch (1992) alabama Water Watch Auburn University 203 2000) Oklahoma StatewideBlue Thumb Program Oklahoma coop. 15601 Phone (724) 8371402 ext 170 Fax
Cooperative Extension Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Programs
Our inquiries identified7 volunteer water quality monitoring programs that are sponsored or co-sponsored by Cooperative Extension in the United States and its territories. We have since updated the list to include a total of 31 programs. These programs began as early as 1978 and up to the year 2002. They have volunteers monitoring a variety of aquatic habitats including rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, well, wetlands, and estuaries. The image above and to the right represents how Cooperative Extension is involved in volunteer water quality monitoring programs across the nation. The map fails to show the Extension co-sponsored program that exists in the American Samoa. We have listed the programs that are sponsored or co-sponsored by Cooperative Extension by state in the list below. In parentheses next to each coordinator's name is the year that the program began. Many programs have websites available, and we have created links to these sites for your convenience. Alabama American Samoa Bill Deutsch (1992)
Alabama Water Watch

Auburn University

68. USDA - NRCS - NWMC - CSREES Contacts
CSREES Animal Waste Initiative State Contacts. State, AWI State Contact, Address,Email. alabama, Ted Tyson, Auburn University 200 Ag. Guam, Manuel Duguies, coop.ext.
National Water Management Center
Improving Cooperation and Collaboration
between the USDA and USGS on
Animal Feeding Operation Studies
CSREES Animal Waste Initiative State Contacts
State AWI State Contact Address E-mail Alabama Ted Tyson Auburn University
200 Ag. Eng.
Auburn, AL 36849 ttyson@acesedu Alaska Ray Gavalack Palmer Research Center
533 E. Fireweed Avenue
Palmer, AK 99645 American Samoa Arizona Jim Christensen University of Arizona
Cooperative Extension
Forbes Building, Rm 301
Tucson, AZ 85721 Arkansas Charles Maxwell Animal Science Dept. University of Arkansas ANSC E207 Fayetteville, AR 72701 Karl VanDeverdet University of Arkansas Extension P. O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72703 California Deanne Meyer Department of Animal Science University of California-Davis 1 Shields Avenue Davis, CA 95616 Colorado Jessica Davis Colorado State University C6 Plant Sciences Fort Collins, CO 80523

69. Name/Title
Henderson, Arthur J. Comptroller, alabama A M University Budgeting and Reporting,Texas Agricultural ext. Tennessee State University coop Agricultural Research
CSREES Administrative Officers Directory - Southern Region A B C D ... Z Last updated July 27, 2000 Name/Title Address Phone#/Fax#/Email Arnold, Alecia A.
Staff Assistant Texas Agric. Experiment Station
Project Records TAEX Annex Rm 116, Director's Office
College Station, TX 77843
Arrington, Larry R.
Associate Dean for Extension
Bogart, Dan M.
Manager, HR Services Texas Agric. Extension Service
TAES Annex Building
2161 TAMUS College Station, TX 77843-2162 Boggs, Vernon Director ... Brown, Leslie University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Burt, Kevin Business Manager ... Cade, Mary Administrative Assistant Tuskegee University 208 Morrison-Mayberry Hall Tuskegee, AL 36058 Capen, Linda L. Assistant Dean for Virginia Tech 324 Cheatham Hall Mail Code 0324 Blacksburg, VA 24061 Caples, Virginia P.O. Box 967 ... Carter, Sheldia A. Accountant University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff P.O. Box 4990

70. Life Smarts State Involvement
alabama Bernice Wilson AL cooperative extension Phone 256858 Fax 970-491-5108 NY 12212-5118 Phone 800-342-9835, ext.

Instructions for Competitors


The LifeSmarts competition is available in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and all US territories and military bases. The state coordinators listed below coordinate the state competitions and are valuable community resources. If your state is not listed below, please contact the National Consumers League at 202-835-3323 or at
Click here
for a list of LifeSmarts state competition dates
Bernice Wilson
AL Cooperative Extension
Phone: 256-858-4969
Fax: 256-851-5840
Email: Arizona Diane Low AZ Attorney General Terry Goddard 's Office Phone: 602- Fax: Email: Diane.Low@AG.State.AZ.US California Sophia Azar Department of Consumer Affairs Phone: 916-322-2551 Fax: 916-323-9335 Email: Colorado Sue Cummings Colorado State University, 4-H Extension Phone: 970-491-7883 Fax: 970-491-5108 Email: Connecticut Rosemarie Syme Tolland County Extension Center Phone: 860-875-3331 Fax: 860-875-0220 Email:

71. Membership List
Tucker,, Delta Research ext., extensionAquaculturist alabama Fish Farming Forrest Wynne,, UKcoop.
Name E-mail Address Mailing Address Jimmy Avery National Warmwater Aquaculture Center
P.O. Box 197
Stoneville, MS 38776 Brian Bosworth CGRU/USDA-ARS
P.O. Box 38
Stoneville, MS 38776 Marty Brunson Mississippi State University
Box 9690
Mississippi State, MS 39762 Gary Burtle A.S.C.P. Experiment Station
P. O. Box 748
Tifton, GA 31793-0748 David Cline Extension Aquaculturist
917 Snow Street Oxford, AL 36203 David Teichert-Coddington 203 Swingle Hall Dept. of Fisheries Auburn University, AL 36844 Charles "Bo" Collins Fish Farming Experimental Lab. P. O. Box 860 Stuttgart, AR 72160 Jerry R. Crews 100 Comer Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 Allen Davis 203 Swingle Hall Department of Fisheries Auburn University, AL 36849 Ken Davis Dept. of Biology University of Memphis Memphis, TN 38152 Bob Durborow Kentucky State University Cooperative Extension Service Frankfort, KY 40601

72. Untitled
alabama Dennis Evans, Director, alabama Agriculture and University, cooperative extensionService Administration, Room Email


Ontario, Canada

List of all other leadership programs in the U.S. and other countries that you can reach. Alabama Dennis Evans, Director, Alabama Agriculture and Forestry LEADERS Program. Auburn University 204 Duncan Hall-ACES Auburn , AL 36849-5635. Phone (334)844-5552. E-mail: Arkansas Dr. Joe Waldrum, Director, The LeadAR Program. University of Arkansas, Cooperative Extension Service, PO Box 391, Little Rock, AR 72203. Phone (501)671-2076.
Fax (501)671-2046. E-mail: Arizona Everett Rhodes, Executive Director, Project CENTRL, Center for Rural Leadership, University of Arizona, 820 E. Cottonswood Lane, Casa Grande, AZ 85222. Phone (520)316-0909. Fax (520)836-1750. E-mail: Australia Mike Beckingham, Executive Director, Australian Rural Leadership Program, PO Box 298 Deakin West-ACT 2600, Australia. Phone 02-6281-0680. Fax 02-6285-4674. E-mail: Canada Dr. Scott McLean, Director, Canadian Agriculture Lifetime Leadership Program, University of Saskatchewan , 117 Science Place, Saskatoon, SK Canada S7N 5C8. Phone (306)966-5591. Fax (306)966-5567. E-mail:

73. Pecan Kernel - Personnel
alabama. Name, Address, Appointment. Bannon. Dr. Jim, Director EV Smith ResearchCntr. 4725 County Rd. Pollet, Dr. Dale, Entomology (Project Leader) LA coop. ext.

Arizona Arkansas California ... Texas
Name Address Appointment Bannon. Dr. Jim Director
E.V. Smith Research Cntr.
4725 County Rd. 40
Shorter, AL 36075
Research Goff, Dr. Bill Horticulturist
22 Extension Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Ph:334-844-5480 email: Extension/Research Dozier, Dr. W.A. Jr. Chair, Dept. of Horticulture 101 Funchess Hall Aubum University. AL 36849 Ph:334444-3026 email: Admin. McDaniel, Mr. Ron Associate Superintendent Gulf Coast Substation 8300 Hwy 104 Fairhope, AL 36532 Ph:334-928-2740 email:

74. Establishing And Maintaining Wildlife Food Sources
SSFOR-3, FL coop. ext. 1995. Short-term effects of cool and hot prescribedburning on breeding songbird populations in the alabama Piedmont.
Establishing and Maintaining Wildlife Food Sources
Chris Demers, Alan Long and Chris Latt As human populations in the Southeast have grown, so have recreational demands for game and nongame fish and wildlife. Fortunately, southern forests have the potential to be productive wildlife areas, well suited to meet the growing recreational demands. To take advantage of potential economic opportunities, or simply for personal enjoyment, many landowners now include wildlife in their forest management objectives. Landowners who adopt wildlife management strategies must recognize that each wildlife species requires a specific set of habitat conditions. In other words, animals will frequent your property depending on the condition, type and variety of food and cover that are present. Although proper wildlife management requires both habitat and population considerations, this publication focuses on methods of increasing the abundance and variety of wildlife food sources on, and adjacent to, forestlands. Both "consumptive" uses such as hunting and fishing, and "nonconsumptive" activities (e.g., bird watching, wildlife viewing, photography) will benefit by careful attention to these methods.
Food Sources
Food requirements vary widely among wildlife species and it is beyond the scope of this publication to include all of them.

75. Adventure GPS Products - Customer List
Pennsylvania College of Technology; Pennsylvania State University (coop. ext. UnionCommunity School District, IL; University of alabama at Birmingham; University
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Customer List Here is a partial list of previous customers
  • AirTouch Cellular
  • Bell South Personal Communications
  • Container Company of South Carolina
  • Eastman Kodak
  • Enterprise Products GTE Supply
  • Hewlett Packard
  • KXAN Television
  • Lockheed Martin (TX) Logicon Geodynamics
  • Marathon Ashland Pipeline
  • Mercury Marine Nokia Mobile Phones
  • Northrop Grumman Pacific Bell Wireless
  • Primeco Personal Communications Purity Wholesale Grocery
  • Raytheon E-Systems
  • SAIC-McLean, VA
  • Science Application International Corp Shell Environmental Group
  • Shell Pipeline Corp.
  • Southwestern Bell
  • Verizon Wireless (Atlanta) Xerox
Search and Rescue/ Fire/ EMT/ Law Enforcement
  • Antelope Valley Search and Rescue, CA
  • City of Port Orange, Fire Rescue Dept., FL

76. LVD State Contact List
alabama Dr. Warren McCord 113 Duncan Hall Auburn University, Auburn AL Tel (334)8444451 Fax (334) 844-5544 Email coop. ext.
LVD State Contact List

Dr. Anthony T. Nakazawa, CES
University of Alaska-Fairbanks
P.O. Box 756180
Fairbanks, AK 99775-6180
Tel: (907) 474-7246
Fax: (907) 474-6971

Dr. Warren McCord 113 Duncan Hall Auburn University, Auburn AL Tel: (334) 844-4451 Fax: (334) 844-5544 Email: Dr. Oscar M. Williams Room 104 Morrison-Mayberry Hall Tuskgee University Tuskegee, AL 36088 Tel: (334) 727-8813 Fax: (334) 727-8812 Email: Arkansas Mr. Joe Waldrum Univ. of Arkansas Little Rock, AR 72203 Tel: (501) 671-2100 Fax: (501) 671-2251 Email: Dr. Diane Jones Cooperative Extension Service P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Tel: (501) 671-2100 Fax: (501)671-2251 Email: Arizona Dr. Shirley Jo Taylor Extension Specialist University of Arizona CES Room 211 FCR Tucson, AZ 85721-0033 Tel: (520) 621-1063 Fax: (520) 621-9445 Email:

77. CSU Coop Extension Pest Alert Bulletin - Vol. 12, No. 26 December 8, 1995
Much of the use is in alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana composed of major retailers, foodservice distributors, specialty 303) 6378100
Colorado State University Cooperative Extension
Pest Alert Newsletter
Vol. 14, No. 1 February 7, 1997 In This Issue VEGETABLE POSTERS AVAILABLE


The Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food of British Columbia has four very nice posters available for purchase. I saw these at a recent meeting. The photographs are excellent. They plan to exhibit these on their web page starting some time in January, so take a peek.
  • Diseases, Insects and Pests of Greenhouse Cucumber
  • Diseases, Insects and Pests of Greenhouse Pepper
  • Diseases, Insects and Pests of Greenhouse Tomato
  • Beneficial Insects and Mites of Greenhouse Crops
Though these posters target greenhouse production, many (if not all) of the problems presented can occur in the commercial field and home garden. These posters will be excellent for master gardeners or employees who must watch for these problems. To order, contact Mark Kurschner at 604-940-4455 or The posters cost $7.60 US each including shipping and handling for up to eight posters. (

78. The Value And Use Of Poultry Manures As Fertilizer
Pennsylvania a caged layers, Pennsylvania b caged layers, alabama caged layers,North Carolina c fresh, scraped, high rise. North Carolina coop. ext. Serv. 244.html

79. Consumer Cooperative
register .coop domain name Register your .coop domain name. primaryoutreach organization for the landgrant functions of alabama AM and coop

80. List Of All GRG Program Sites
Info. Normal, alabama cooperative extension System, Wilma Ruffin,More Info. Info. Indiana, Penn State coop. ext. Pat Leach, More Info.
Grandparents Raising Grandchildren February 27, 2001
List of Registered Program Sites Alabama To register as a participant in the satellite video conference, contact the site facilitator nearest you. If there are no sites for your state, get in touch with the state contact Site City
Auburn University Alabama Cooperative Extension System Mario Lightfoote, More Info Florence Alabama Cooperative Extension System Mary Andrews, More Info Mobile Alabama Cooperative Extension System J. Elizabeth Phillips, More Info Normal Alabama Cooperative Extension System Wilma Ruffin, More Info Alaska To register as a participant in the satellite video conference, contact the site facilitator nearest you. If there are no sites for your state, get in touch with the state contact Arizona To register as a participant in the satellite video conference, contact the site facilitator nearest you. If there are no sites for your state, get in touch with the state contact Site City
Phoenix UA Cooperative Extension Patty Merk

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