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41. Abbreviated Titles 1995 : A-Al
Econ* Agricultural economics report michigan State University Eng Fact Sheet FlaCoop ext Serv* Agricultural Florida Cooperative extension service S671.A38
Abbreviated Titles A-Al
*Previously used abbreviated title

42. Other Plant Disease And Ag Related Sites
coop. ext. ext. Cornell cooperative extension; michigan State Universityextension; North Carolina State University cooperative extension;
Other Plant Disease and Ag Related Sites
Plant Disease Information
Biotechnology Information IPM Information Pesticide Information ... Other Information
Plant Disease Information

43. Related Weed Science Websites (12/14/98)
michigan, michigan State U. http// Utah State U. http// Virginia,Virginia Tech, http//

44. EFNEP In Other States of Florida cooperative extension ServiceBroward County michigan michigan State University extension State Office

FCS Home
What We Do Topics Programs ... Publications
EFNEP in Other States
National Web Site
Connect to the Nutrition Resources for Diverse Audiences Database.
Regional Web Sites
North Central Region

State Web Sites
Alabama Cooperative Extension System State Office - Alaska University of Alaska Cooperative Extension Service California The University of California Cooperative Extension Service State Office Florida The University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service Broward County Michigan Michigan State University Extension State Office - Mississippi Mississippi State University Extension Service State Office New York Cornell Cooperative Extension Service Broome County -

45. 4-H Youth Development 1998 Programs Of Excellence: Community Service Learning
Leader, 4H Youth Programs, michigan State University in Ocean County (sites for communityservice projects). 565-4641, E-mail
Community Service Learning
Community Service Learning is a major focus of 4-H at present, and is being carried out partly through a nationwide Ad Council Youth Voices and Action Public Service Announcement (PSA) campaign. National 4-H Council is taking the lead in this important effort. The base 4-H enrollment in this topic before the campaign began was 83,672. The campaign has provided 4-H with $32 Million in free advertising on TV, radio, print media and billboards. It has resulted in four million "hits" on our Youth Voices and Action website, and is expected to greatly expand participation in this important learning experience.
The Power Is In YOUth!
Michigan's Campaign to Involve More Kids in Community Service
Program Description
As part of our efforts to support the national 4-H "Are You Into It?" initiative, the Michigan Action Team developed and implemented a statewide staff and volunteer training, information and resource initiative to help volunteers appropriately engage young people in a "Do, Reflect, Apply" process for community service. This included regional training to launch the initiative; newsletter, Web and resource material support with community service themes; training modules to help counties recruit more volunteers for community service and service learning activities; and project and subject specific training and state events focused on using learned skills to benefit others.

46. MILK - References
AXTn88, Ag. Sanitation and Waste Management Series, coop. ext. 350. East Lansing,michigan Agricultural Engineering Department, michigan State University.
  • Dairy Housing, Proceedings of The National Dairy Housing Conference , American Society of Agricultural Engineers, ASAE, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1973.
  • Dairy Housing, Proceedings of The Second National Dairy Housing Conference , American Society of Agricultural Engineers, ASAE, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1983.
  • Fairbank, W. C., Olson, E. H., and Hutton, G. A. Dairy Waste Storage Ponds For Soil-Plant Recycling , Bul. AXT-n88, Ag. Sanitation and Waste Management Series, Coop. Ext. Serv., University of California, 1972.
  • Graves, R. E., Jones, D. D., Loudon, T. E. Milking Facility Wastewater Handling and Disposal , Agriculture Engineer, Pine Meadow Farms, Northfield, Massachusetts; Extension Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Engineering Department, Purdue University; Extension Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Engineering Department, Michigan State University.
  • Jones, D. D. Flushing Systems for Livestock Buildings , PIH 78-03. West Lafayette, Indiana. Agricultural Engineering Department, Purdue University.
  • Jones, D. D., Yaahner, J. E.
    19751978 Lab Technician and Field Assistant, michigan State University, Departmentof Entomology. 3. Research responsibilities Florida coop. ext. Serv. IFAS.
    Joseph Wayne Noling
    (Teaching 0% Research 30% Extension 70%)
    1. Education:
    • 1971-1974 A.S.Muskegon Community College
    • 1975-1977 B.S.Dept. of Entomology, Michigan State University
    • 1978-1980 M.S.Dept. of Entomology, Michigan State University
    • 1981-1985 Ph.D. Department of Nematology, University of California
    2. Employment:
    • 1990-Present Associate Professor, Extension Nematology
    • 1985-1990 Assistant Professor, Extension Nematology
    • 1983-1985 Lab Technician-Babcock Laboratories, Riverside, CA
    • 1981-1985 Graduate Research Assistant, University of California, Riverside
    • 1980-1981 Field Research Technician, Michigan State University
    • 1980 Pest Management Field Assistant, Michigan State University, Cooperative Extension Service.
    • 1978-1980 Graduate Research Assistant, Michigan State University, Department of Entomology.
    • 1975-1978 Lab Technician and Field Assistant, Michigan State University, Department of Entomology.
    3. Research responsibilities:
    • As principally the only nematologist in the state with research programs in vegetables, my research objectives are structured so as to directly support extension programs. Research interests include:
      • to quantify nematode induced losses in crop yield within the framework of multiple cropping;

    48. 2003 ESP Chapter Presidents
    Fax 970491-5108 E-Mail Georgetown, DE 19947-9575Phone 302-856-8525 ext. NC ALPHA PSI - michigan ANN HINSDALE
    2003 ESP Chapter Presidents
    S ALPHA PI - Alabama SHIRLEY L. WHITTEN Walker County Extension Office 1501 North Airport Road Jasper, AL 35504 Phone: 205-221-3392 Fax: 205-221-3393 E-Mail: W ALPHA GAMMA - Alaska HOLLIS HALL 3511 Kreb Drive Fairbanks,AK 99709 Phone: 907-479-0617 Fax: E-Mail: W KAPPA - Arizona ED MARTIN Maricopa Ag Center 37860 West Smithenke Road Maricopa, AZ 85349-3010 Phone: 520-568-2273 Ext. 244 Fax: 520-568-2556 E-Mail: S ALPHA IOTA - Arkansas BILLY MOORE Extension Alternative Agriculture Specialist 6883 South Hwy 23 Booneville, AR 72927 Phone: 479-675-5585 Fax: 479-675-2940 E-Mail: W ZETA - Colorado DALE LEIDHEISER 133 Aylesworth NW Fort Collins, Co. 80523 Phone: 970-491-1152 Fax: 970-491-5108 E-Mail: NE ALPHA CHI - Connecticut NORMAN BENDER 111 Poppy Lane East Lyme, CT 06333 Phone: Fax: E-Mail: NE MU - Washington DC ANNA MAE KOBBE SOAGRIBG RM 3905 1400 Independence AVE SW Stop 2225 USDA Washington DC 20250-2225 Phone: 202-720-2920 Fax: 202-690-2908 E-Mail:

    49. Programs, Curriculum Guides & Activities
    Cornell coop. ext. 1359 http// *Interdisciplinary curriculumguide, MSU Bulletin Office 10B Agriculture Hall michigan State University
    Ag in the Classroom
    Shirley Traxler, Director
    USDA Administration Bldg.
    Room 317-A
    Washington, DC 20025-2200
    Phone: (202) 720-5727 AIMS Education Foundation
    PO Box 8120
    Fresno, CA 93747
    American Horticultural Society
    7931 East Boulevard Drive
    Alexandria, VA 22308 Phone: (703)768-5700 Fax: (703)768-8700 American Society for Horticultural Science 113 South West St., Suite 400 Alexandria, VA 22314-2824 Phone: (703) 836-4606 Back to the Earth Video Series Sharon Goldstein Project Director 1015 Winterton Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Phone: (412)661-4852 Blooms Across America PO Box 12926 Pittsburgh, PA 15241 Phone: (412) 279-7993 *Seed kits, educational materials Bountiful Gardens 1800 Shafer Ranch Rd. Willits, CA 95490 Phone: (707)459-6410 e-mail: Bronx Green-Up Michael O'Connor Program Manager New York Botanical Garden Snuff Mill Office Bronx, NY 10458 Phone: (718) 817-8026 Email: Bureau of Curriculum Development 131 Livingston St.

    50. MichPSC-Gas Utility Addresses
    michigan Consolidated Gas Company, a company within DTE Energy 2000 Presque Isle Electric Gas coop., Inc. Senior Vice President and COO 810987-2200 ext 4107.
    Documents Library Electronic Filings Consumer Info MPSC Search ... About Industry
    Gas Utilities In Michigan
    Public utilities that distribute natural gas or propane through pipelines to customers in Michigan
    • To inquire or complain about utility matters, contact the utility first at the Customer Service telephone number shown below or follow links to the utility's web site. To inquire or complain about Alternative Gas Suppliers, contact licensed Customer Choice suppliers first. For further help, see Inquires page.
    Natural Gas Utility Name and Address Chief Company Official Aquila Networks - MGU , a Division of Aquila, Inc.
    (formerly Michigan Gas Utilities)
    899 S. Telegraph Road
    Monroe, MI 48161 Chuck F. Hauska
    General Manager
    Quicklinks Rates Rate Books Service Area Map Cities Served ... Customer Service Aquila Networks - PNG , a Division of Aquila, Inc.

    51. Garden Regional Links, Gardening Tips, Organic Gardening, Flower Gardening, Vege
    michigan (michigan State extension). center for the environment) (Cornell coop extension). Vermont http//
    E-mail to Emily Home FAQ
    (who we are) What's Growing On
    Plants of the Week

    Wildflowers and Weeds of the Week

    Emily's Lists
    ... Selected Links Bookmark this site as a favorite! Updated weekly on
    Sunday Night. Recommend this site
    to a friend !
    Regional Extension Service Links
    Land-grant universities should host the state extension services that conduct and support the master gardener programs in the U.S. Also listed are some Canadian sites. Alabama
    (Alabama Coop Extension System) California
    (University of California) Florida
    (Univ of Florida master gardener site) Georgia (Univ of Georgia Coop Extension Service) Illinois (Univ of Illinois Extension) Indiana (Purdue) Iowa (Iowa State University extension) (Iowa State University horticultural dept) Maine (Univ of Maine Coop Extension Service) Maryland

    52. USDA - NRCS - NWMC - CSREES Contacts
    Guam, Manuel Duguies, coop. ext. ext. michigan, William Bickert, michigan StateUniversity Farrall Hall East Lansing, MI 488241323,
    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

    53. NEAFCS State/Territory President Affiliates
    FAX719589-3676. Connecticut. Marilyn Simmons Levy Co. ext. michigan. Joanne Pihlaja 104 S. Lowell St.
    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

    54. Suggested References For The Home Fruit Gardener
    coop. ext. Serv. Univ. Diseases of tree fruits in the east. michigan State Universityextension NCR 45, 95 pp. (517) 3550240. ext. Bull. 667, OARDC Res. Bull.

    55. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
    Faye, extension Educator, Family Resource Management, University of Connecticut coop.ext. Haas, Bruce, Evaluation Specialist, michigan State University extension.
    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

    56. Curing And Smoking Meats For Home Food Preservation
    Lansing, MI michigan State University Starkville, MS Mississippi State extensionService. Available from http//
    The National Center for Home Food Preservation
    Guide and Literature Review Series:
    Smoking and Curing
    Curing and Smoking Meats for Home Food Preservation
    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: . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alden L. 2001b. Ham Glossary. The Cooks Thesaurus. Available from: Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alden L. 2001c. Bacon Glossary. The Cooks Thesaurus. Available from: . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Alexander MA, Stringer WC. 1993. Home Curing Bacon for a Mild Flavor. Columbia, MO: Missouri Cooperative Extension. Available from: . Accessed 2001 Sep 30. Andress EL. 2001. Should I Vacuum Package Food at Home? Athens, GA: FACS Extension University of Georgia. Available from:

    57. Redirect -- National Weather Service Marquette
    more information, phone Marv Taulbee at 4755782 ext. Marquette provides warningand forecast service for 13 in west and central Upper michigan, the adjacent

    58. Gleaning Initiative: APPENDIX E
    Christian Civic Outreach Salvation Army Oney's Grocery Stores ext.Services of LansingFood Bank Food Bank Council of michigan michigan State U., coop.
    USDA Americorps "Summer of Gleaning" Project Partners
    CALIFORNIA USDA/Rural Development/CA City of Watsonville F.O.O.D. CROPS Second Harvest California Grey Bears Kings Co. Comm. Action Salvation Army Fresno Community Food Resources CONNECTICUT DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA GEORGIA USDA/Rural Development Congressional Hunger Center Atlanta Community Food Bank Atlanta Olympics Committee ILLINOIS INDIANA IOWA Iowa State University Extension Service United Way of Iowa USDA/Farm Service Agency/Iowa USDA Rural Development USDA Food and Consumer Service City of Des Moines Rock and Wrap It Up! Inc Lou Williams Variety Club Day Care KENTUCKY Cedar Ridge Ministries Oneida Baptist Institute Laurel County Housing Heavenly Helpers Come-Unity Cooperative Care Jackson County Food Bank Corbin Presbyterian Food Bank McKee Manor Camp Andrew Jackson Central Baptist Church McCreary County Food Bank St. Gerard Center Paint Lick Food Bank Russell County Social Services Garrad County Food Bank MARYLAND USDA/FSA/Maryland Civic Works, Baltimore Washington Area Gleaning Network Maryland Food Committee Maryland Food Bank Action for the Homeless

    59. - Everything For Gardeners. Owned & Operated By A Gardener!
    service Plant Answers Iowa State U. ext. of Agriculture Home Gardening page Uof Illinois extension Horticulture Home Garden U of Maine coop ext.
    Seeds,plants,roses,trees,bulbs,gardening tools and supplies,usda zone map,historic trees, free gardening tips, information, links. Home Seeds, Plants, etc. USDA. Zone Map Gardening Tips ... Links My all-time favorite rose is Double Delight
    The sweet, spicy smell, and beautiful blend of subtly shifting, vibrant color, make this rose an eternal winner!
    Double Delight was hybridized from two lovely hybrid teas; Granada and Garden Party. It is not a good rose for exhibition, but that is not it's value.
    A small vase of blooms will spice up a whole room with a delightful scent. Some consider this rose to be brash and intrusive. I love it!
    Planted in the right place, Double Delight
    is a wonderful boost to the spirit.
    NOT TONIGHT DEER! Animal Repellents
    Click here for $20 off your first order at
    Spring Hill Nursery
    Click here to get $20 off your 1st order at ... Seed and Nursery! Towering over 65 feet high, the Angel Oak has shaded John's Island, South Carolina, for over 1400 years, and would have sprouted 1000 years before Columbus' arrival in the New World.
    Recorded history traces the ownership of the live oak and surrounding land, back to the year 1717 when Abraham Waight received it as part of a small land grant.

    60. State Contacts-CRED
    4915579 Fax 970-491-5108 Ray Vlasin michigan StateUniversity extension 11 Agriculture Fax 662-325-7844,
    Community Resources and
    Economic Development

    A base program of the Cooperative Extension System
    State Contacts
    Clicking on a state takes you directly to that state's contact.
    Alabama Celedonio M. Gapasin
    CRD Specialist
    Alabama CES

    PO Box 508
    Normal, AL 35762
    705-851-5710 Fax: 705-851-5840
    Warren McCord Extension Assistant Director Alabama CES 112 Duncan Hall Auburn University, AL 36849-5618 334-844-4450 Fax: 334-844-5544 Harry Strawn Economist, Resource Development Alabama CES 214 Extension Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 334-844-3688 Fax: 334-844-9022 Robert Zabawa Research Professor Tuskegee University G.W. Carver Ag. Experiment Station 100 Campell Hall Tuskegee, AL 36088 334-727-8114 Fax: 334-727-4451 Stephen Jones Director, CES

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