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61. UMass Dartmouth - Error
(860)5367154 Fax (860)886-1164 *Principal extension Contact Balcom, Ms. Nancy SeaGrant Marine Advisory Program University of Connecticut, coop. ext. maryland.
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To Top ^ UMass Dartmouth Site Index - A - Academic Advising Academic Calendar Admissions (Graduate) Admissions (Undergraduate) Alternative Admissions Alumni Association Alumni Homepage Archives and Special Collections Arts, College of Visual and Performing Astronomy Program Athletics Audio Visual Services - B - Biology Department - C - Calendar Of Events Campus Book Store Campus Center Campus Housing Campus News Campus Panoramas (QTVR) Campus Photos Catalogue, Undergraduate Catalogue, Graduate Catalogue, Library Career Resource Center Center for Business Research Center for Indic Studies Center for Policy Analysis Center for Portuguese Studies Center for Teaching and Learning Charlton College of Business Chemistry and Biochemistry Department CITS (Computing and Information Tech Services) Civil and Environmental Engineering CMAST (Center for Marine Science and Technology) College Now (Alternative Admissions) College of Arts and Sciences College of Business and Industry College of Engineering College of Nursing College of Visual and Performing Arts Computer and Information Science (CIS) Department Computer Connections, Residential Life (Registered Students Only)

62. Life Smarts State Involvement
7883 Fax 970491-5108 Email, marylandJean Greene maryland 4-H Albany, 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:

63. Educational Link
and Failures Dr. Timothy Elkner, Penn State coop. ext., moderator; Louy Kuntz,Pennsylvania; Dwight Mickey Bob Clark, New Jersey; Alan Baugher, maryland.
Hershey Pennsylvania
Schedule of Events and Registration Form Tuesday Morning, January 29, 2002
Tree Fruits – Aztec Room
9:00 Invocation - Myles Starner
9:05 SHAP President’s Address - Brooks Way, Pennsylvania
9:15 *Apogee Evaluations by Growers - Dr. George Greene II, Penn State Univ. moderator; Grower panel to be announced
11:15 Pruning and Training Higher Density Trees - Dr. Robert Crassweller, Penn State Univ. moderator; Chris Baugher, Pennsylvania; Evan Milburn, Maryland; Lee Spencer, Pennsylvania; Dave Barclay, New Jersey; Gary Mount, New Jersey
New Jersey Pestcide Applicator Units are 1A=3, PP2=3, 10=3. Labor Legal Issues – Trinidad Room
9:00 Finding Ag Laws and Regulations on the WEB - Lynn Kime, Penn State Coop. Ext.
9:30 How to Maintain Good Relations With Your Hispanic Workers - Rafael Ramos 10:00 Water Resources Management – Hon. David Hess, Secretary, Dept. of Env. Protection 10:30 Changes in the Labor Regulations - Speaker to be announced 11:15 Tips On Communicating With Our Legislators - Brad Hollabaugh, Pennsylvania

64. USDA - NRCS - NWMC - CSREES Contacts
Guam, Manuel Duguies, coop. ext. ext. maryland, Jim Hanson, University of maryland1202 Symons Hall College Park, MD 207425565,
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

65. NEAFCS State/Territory President Affiliates
FAX719589-3676. Connecticut. Florida. MarilynSimmons Levy Co. ext. maryland. Ingrid Holmes.
National Extension Association
State Affiliates
State names link to their president's address - State president names link to their email. Alabama Denise Shirley Alaska Linda Tannehill ... Mary-Margaret Gaudio CSREES Delaware Mary Wilcoxon Florida Marilyn Simmons ... Minnesota Phyllis A. Onstad Mississippi Kay Emmons Missouri Rebecca J. Travnichek ...
Washington DC
Dolores Langford Bridgette West Virginia Kay Davis Wisconsin Rita Straub ... Darlene Moss Revised 4/12/02 Alabama Denise Shirley
714 Greensboro Ave. # 536
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
205-349-3870 ext. 288 (O)
205-752-2349 (F) Alaska Linda Tannehill (12/02)
43961 K-Beach Road, Suite A
Soldotna, AK 99669-9728
Office: 907-262-5824 FAX: 907-262-3939 Home: 907-283-4877 Arizona Ruth Jackson 4341 E. Broadway Road Phoenix, AZ 85040-8807 602-470-8086 Ext. 361 FAX: 602-470-8092 Arkansas Linda King Carroll CES 909 B Freeman Switch Berryville, AR 72616

Northeast Area, no. NAGR-18. 1989. Sindermann, AB, et al. Discula anthracnoseof flowering dogwood. maryland DA., coop. ext. Ser., no. MDA 253-90.

67. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
Miiller, Dianne, extension Educator, University of maryland. Miller, Jacque,Area extension Agent, San Luis Valley, Colorado State University coop. ext.
Children, Youth and Families Professionals Database
The purpose of the CYFERnet Professionals Databaase is to facilitate networking, collaboration and technical assistance among the children, youth and family programs and staff of the Cooperative Extension Service.
Search Results
Name Position Institution Abell, Ellen Extension Specialist and Associate Prof Auburn University Adams, Marilyn Spokesperson, President, and Founder Farm Safety 4 Just Kids Adcock, Bryan Child and Family Development Specialist University Outreach and Extension Anderson, Sarah Associate Director - Family, Youth and 4-H University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Servi Anthony, Wilbon Extension Educator Prevention University of Illinois Extension Arrington, Wandra Extension Youth Development Agent Alcorn State University Cooperative Extension Atkins, Beth Curriculum Development Specialist Virginia Tech Bailey, Sandra (Sandy) Montana State University Barbour, Joella Family and Human Developement Agent Virginia Cooperative Extesnion Barker, Heidi

Am. J. 4110201022. Natural Soil Groups of maryland. 1973. maryland Dep. State Planning,Tech. Serv. Publ. Illinois, Coll. Agric. coop. ext. Serv. Circ. 1156.
Adaptability of Various Tillage-Planting Systems to Indiana Soils. 1977. H. M. Galloway, D. R. Griffith, and J. V. Mannering. Purdue Univ., Coop. Ext. Serv. AY-210. Alaska's Agricultural Potential. 1974. Alaska Rural Development Counc. Publ. American Association State Highway and Transportation Officials, 1978. Standard Specifications for Transportation Materials and Methods of Sampling and Testing. Amer. Assoc. of State Highway and Transportation Officials, Washington, DC. American Engineers Yearbook. ASAE Standards S313.1, p. 246. Am. Soc. Agr. Eng., St. Joseph, MI. Am. Soc. Agr. Eng., 1982. Soil penetrometer. American Society Testing Materials, 1984. Annual Book of ASTM Standards, 1984. Vol. 04:08. Amoozegar, Fard and A. W. Warrick. 1986. Hydraulic conductivity of saturated soils: field methods. Amer. Soc. Agron. Madison, WI, p. 735-770, illus. America's Soil and Water: Conditions and Trends. 1980. U.S. Dep. Agric. Soil Conserv. Serv. Baumer, O. W., 1986. Estimation of hydraulic parameters from known soil properties. Transaction of the ASAE Conference, St. Luis Obispo. 29 June-2 July 1986. Blanchar, R. W., C. R. Edmonds, and J. M. Bradford, 1978. Root growth in cores formed from fragipan and B2 horizons of Hobson soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 42:437-440.

69. Internship List
Center, Woodvale Farm, West Greenwich, RI; University of Georgia, coop. ext. Agriculture,Radnor, PA; United State Department of the Interior, Laurel, maryland;
Environmental Internship List
Organizations Represented in the Internship Binders in the Bittersweet Conference Room
as of March 2002

70. Untitled
Cstl Estrn Envrn Tech Univ of maryland Subc Langan Analysis Marine Program Peterson,Julia ext/ext University of Natl Oceanic Atmospheric Adm coop Inst NE
October 2002 Aber, John EOS/CSRC US Forest Service Impact of Canopy Nitrogen Deposition Forest Carbon Storage Management Area Herptile Monitoring Coop Inst Cstl Estrn Envrn Tech: Stormwater Tech Eval Coop Inst Cstl Estrn Envrn Tech: Develop Tech Manage Sedt NHIRC: Heat Pipe Aging Baxter, Charlene EXT/EXT NH DHHS, Commissioner Family Connections Benassi, Victor LA/PSYCH American Psychological Assoc Preparing Future Psychology Faculty Vane Shear Testing at RWS Maine Coop Inst NE Mariculture: Develop Cod/Haddock Offshore Aqua Modis Instrument Team: Coastal Processes Coop Inst NE Mariculture: Offshore Aquaculture Engineering Seabrook Channel Fill Study Connell, James EOS/SSC NASA Goddard Space Center Cross, Charlotte EXT/EXT NH Charitable Foundation Strengthing Teen Assessment Project Community Connect Youth Score Acoustic Surveys Data Processing Dean, Paul VPSA/POLIC NH Atty Gen, Dept of Justice Victim/Witness Advocate Program DeAngelis, Dawn PRES/NHPTV NH State Council on the Arts

71. CPDMP Address List
Arnett, Paul, Marigold Foods, Inc. Asbury, Mike, maryland and Virginia Milk Producer. Dufresne,Mr. Andrew, Chautauqua Co. coop. ext. Dukas, Phil, National DHIA.

72. Ground Water Research, Information, And Policy Needs : Strategies And Priorities
Basin. Univ. maryland, Bull. 308, 8 PP. Michigan. Nonpoint Source WaterQuality Committee, coop. ext. Serv., Michigan State Univ. 27 pp.
American Journal of Alternative Agriculture
AJAA Index Virtual Library Magazine Rack Search ... Join the Ecological Solutions Roundtable
Ground water research, information, and policy needs: Strategies and priorities for extension
Charles A. Francis
If research results, extension publications, and national strategy statements and documents could solve our problem of "round water contamination, we would perhaps enjoy the cleanest water in the world. Reviewing documents and promotional materials from state extension services, one is impressed by the amount of thought and energy which has gone into developing information for the public. It would be very difficult for anyone in this country to not be aware, at least in a general sense, that we have a serious "round water problem and that solutions are badly needed if we are concerned about water quality for ourselves and for future generations.
Current official awareness and priorities
In spite of an apparent current apathy in the administration, there is a high lever of official concern in most of the involved federal agencies. The Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP, undated) published a set of guidelines for extension: "Groundwater Education: A Challenge for the Cooperative Extension Service." This report included the following recommendations: develop educational programs on nature of water resources Implement educational programs on impacts of agricultural chemicals on "round water quality

73. SSM: References
Adaptability of various tillageplanting systems to Indiana soils. Purdue Univ.,coop. ext. Serv. 8. 98 pp., illus. maryland Department of State Planning.
United States Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation Service
Soils Home
Procedures Home
Soil Survey Manual
Skip to content Home Table of Contents Introduction ... Acknowledgements
Alaska Rural Development Council . 1977. Alaska's agricultural potential. American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials . 1986. Standard specifications for transportation materials and methods of sampling and testing. 14th ed., 2 Vols., Illus. Washington, DC. American Society of Agricultural Engineers. n.d. American engineers yearbook. ASAE Standards S313.1. St. Joseph, MI, 246 pp. American Society for Testing and Materials. 1984 . Annual book of ASTM Standards. Vol. 04:08. Amoozegar, Fard and A.W. Warrick. 1986 . Hydraulic conductivity of saturated soils: field methods. Amer. Soc. Agron. Madison WI, p. 735-770, illus. Baumer, O.W. 1986 . Estimation of hydraulic parameters from known soil properties. Transaction of the ASAE Conference, St. Luis Obispo, CA. 29 June-2 July 1986. Blanchar, R.W., C.R. Edmonds, and J.M. Bradford. 1978. Root growth in cores formed from fragipan and B2 horizons of Hobson soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 42:437-440.

74. F. ALLEN DRAY, Jr. Publications
1998 Florida Aquatic Weed Management Guide. Univ. Florida, coop. ext. Serv. Publ. PlantContr. Res. Prog., 1518 November 1993, Baltimore, maryland. Misc.
  • Center, T.D., F.A. Dray Jr., G.P. Jubinsky, and A.J. Leslie. 199_. Waterhyacinth weevils ( Neochetina eichhorniae and N. bruchi ) inhibit waterhyacinth ( Eichhornia crassipes ) colony development. Biological Control (In revision)
  • Center, T.D., F.A. Dray Jr., G.P. Jubinsky, and M.J. Grodowitz. 199_. Insects and other arthropods that feed on aquatic and wetland plants. Tech. Bull. , U.S. Dept. Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Beltsville, MD. (Accepted).
  • Center, T.D., F.A. Dray Jr., G.P. Jubinsky, and M.J. Grodowitz. 199_. Biological control of waterhyacinth under conditions of maintenance management: Can herbicides and insects be integrated? Environ. Manage. (Accepted)
  • Vandiver, V.V., Jr., T.D. Center, F.A. Dray, L.O. Bagnall, D.L. Sutton, C.J. Neitzke, R.E. Eplee. 1998. 1998 Florida Aquatic Weed Management Guide
  • Center, T.D., J.H. Frank, and F.A. Dray Jr. 1997. Biological control for managing invasive nonindigenous species, pp. 347-373. In: D. Simberloff, D. Schmitz, and T. Brown (eds.). Strangers in Paradise: Impact and Control of Florida's Nonindigenous Species . Island Press,, Covelo, CA. 480 pp.
  • 75. Texas Master Gardener Association
    Culinary educator, organic gardener, author of garden, herb and culinary books SusanBelsinger from maryland presents Everything You Wanted to Know coop. ext.
    LOCATION: Plano, TX
    ADDRESS: 4120 W. Plano Parkway, Parkway Service Center
    TIME: 10 AM to 2 PM
    FEE: None
    *PROGRAM: Smartscape Lawn and Garden Showcase. Educational Events from 10 AM to 2 PM. Talks scheduled every half hour on Smartscape topics. Children's JMG activities provided by Collin County MGs. Dedication of the new Children's Environmental Discover Garden will begin the event at 10 AM. MARCH 24-27
    LOCATION: Ft. Davis, TX
    ADDRESS: Prude Guest Ranch
    TIME: Begins 1 PM Tuesday
    FEE: Price below includes : TWO nights and SIX meals (dinner on Tuesday, breakfast, lunch, dinner on Wednesday and breakfast and lunch on Thursday.) Meals while traveling are on your own. Cost also includes snacks and use of Ranch amenities, indoor swimming pool, hiking trails and game courts, McDonald Observatory visit and Chihuahuan Desert Research Institute tour.
    RV Site $110.00 per person

    76. National Urban Task Force
    of DC coop. ext. MEMBER NORTHEAST Term Expires 2004, Gwendolyn Jackson,City extension Director University of maryland cooperative extension
    Biography INVENT Southwest Urban Advisory Team (UAT) Strengthening Ohio Leadership (SOL) ... Adventure Central Connections to Other Web Sites District Home Page
    National Urban Task Force

    Dixie Allsbrook,
    Area Director
    Southern Area Office
    Clark County
    2345 Red Rock St., Suite 100
    Las Vegas, NV 89146-3160
    Phone: 702-222-3130
    Fax: 702-222-3101
    Email: MEMBER AT-LARGE Term Expires: 2004 Sheila Barbetta East Central District Director U or MN Extension Service 260 Coffey Hall 1420 Eckles Ave. St. Paul, MN 55108-6070 Phone: 612-625-3182 Fax: 612-624-7749 Email: MEMBER NORTH CENTRAL Term Expires: 2004 Anita Blanton , CED Bernalillo County Extension 1510 Menaul Northwest Alburquerque, New Mexico 87107 Phone: 505-243-1386 Fax: 505-243-1545 Email: MEMBER WESTERN Term Expires: 2002 Randy Cantrell Center for Applied Rural Innovation (CARI) U of Nebraska - Lincoln 58E Filley Hall Lincoln, NE 68583-0947 Phone: 402-472-0919 Fax: 402-472-0688 Email: MEMBER AT-LARGE Term Expires - 2003 Mary Chernesky , CED Hillsborough County Cooperative Extension 5339 County Road 579S Seffner, FL 33584-3334

    77. Untitled
    State University, cooperative extension service Administration, Room Email MarylandSusan Harrison, Executive Director, LEAD


    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:

    78. Untitled Document maryland Gary Felton Universityof maryland - CES Biological Resource 1120 Phone 787-765-8040, ext 268, Fax
    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

    79. Directory Of Entomology Departments And Institutes: USA (Tony Nakazawa, Director) Website http// Health Protection USDA Forest service 2770 Sherwood
    Directory of Entomology Departments and Institutes (DEDI)
    Academic and Governmental Organizations
    United States of America
    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.
    To choose a different state in the United States, click on the name of the state below. Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas ... Wyoming
    [Note: Entries for this state are arranged alphabetically by city.]
    Biological Control Institute
    Department of Plant Pathology
    College of Agriculture
    Auburn University
    Auburn, Alabama 36849-5409

    80. New Horticultural Crops For The Southeastern United States
    1985. Alstroemeria culture. Univ. of maryland, Hort. Dept. Mimeo HE 13485,College Park. 1991. The Louisiana home orchard. La. coop. ext. Serv. Pub.
    Index Search Home Table of Contents Lamberts, M. 1993. New horticultural crops for the southeastern United States. p. 82-92. In: J. Janick and J.E. Simon (eds.), New crops. Wiley, New York.
    New Horticultural Crops for the Southeastern United States
    Mary Lamberts
  • Alabama
  • Florida
  • Georgia ...
  • Table 3 There are many reasons for the upsurge in interest in new horticultural crops. One industry expert (Cook 1990) reported that during the period between 1978 and 1989, consumption of fresh produce in the United States expanded 23%. The retail produce industry is now worth $32 billion. While the aging of American consumers also is a factor which can lead to overall reduced food purchases, it also has the potential for proportional increases in fresh fruit and vegetable consumption. Americans between the ages of 55 and 64 consume 39% more fresh fruit and 34% more fresh vegetables than the national average. As consumers move into their peak income-earning years, they purchase more high-value products and look for greater diversity. According to Manning (1990), the American produce industry has been riding the crest of a powerful demographic wave which will flatten by the year 2000. Manning predicts that although the nutritional appeal of fresh fruits and vegetables will continue, health options for consumers will increase; growers will need to create more demand and retailers will need to be convinced that consumers will pay more for produce before raising wholesale prices.
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