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61. Ground Water Research, Information, And Policy Needs : Strategies And Priorities
1986. Public information and education program to reduce nonpoint source pollutionin michigan. Nonpoint Source Water Quality Committee, coop. ext.
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

62. Cooperative Extension Sponsored Or Co-sponsored Volunteer Water Quality Monitori
1991) Lake Superior Lake Watch michigan State University 2000) Oklahoma StatewideBlue Thumb Program Oklahoma coop. PA 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

63. Feeding The Dairy Herd
Ames, IA 50011 515294-5247, University of Wisconsin coop. ext. michigan State UniversityPO Box 6640 East Lansing, MI 48826-6640 517-355-0240, University of
WW-00469 Reviewed 1996
North Central Regional
Extension Publication 346 feeding the
DAIRY HERD James G. Linn, Michael F. Hutjens, Randy Shaver,
Donald E. Otterby, W. Terry Howard and Lee H. Kilmer
Table of Contents
Ruminant Anatomy and Physiology
  • Anatomy of the Adult
  • Function of the Digestive Tract
  • Calf Digestive System
Feed Nutrients
  • Energy
  • Protein
  • Vitamins
  • Minerals
  • Water
  • Forages
  • Energy Concentrates (Grains and By-Product Feeds)
  • Protein Supplements
Feeding the Dairy Herd
  • Dairy Cow Nutrition
  • Calf Nutrition
  • Heifer Nutrition
Feeding Systems
  • Forage Systems
  • Grain Systems
  • Mineral Systems
  • Total Mixed Rations
Ration Formulation
  • Hand Calculated Rations
  • Balanced Ration Check Sheet
Purchasing Feed
  • Feed Tag Interpretation
  • Feed Additives
  • Dollar Value of Common Feedstuffs
Dairy Cow Diseases and Disorders Appendix Tables A-1 Sample budget of cost and returns for a milk cow and her replacement at three different levels of production A-2 Sample budget for raising heifers to 1350 lb in 24 months A-3 Estimating weight of dairy animals on basis of heart girth measurements A-4 Water quality guidelines for dairy cattle A-5 Daily nutrient recommendations for growing heifers A-6 Daily nutrient recommendations for lactating dairy cows A-7 Crude protein and energy allowances for milk production A-8 Calcium and phosphorus allowances for milk production A-9 Nutrient value of common forages A-10 Nutrient value of energy concentrates (grains, by-product feeds, and fat)

64. FSCPE Contacts
489098240 FAX 517-373-5700 Email State (E,P) (919) 733-7061ext. Office of State Budget and Management 20321 Mail service Center Raleigh
FSCPE Contacts
Mr. Parker Collins (E,A) ...............(334) 242-5493
401 Adams Avenue
P. O. Box 5690
Montgomery, Alabama 36103-5690
FAX: 334-242-0776
State Data Center:
Dr. Gregory Williams (E,P).......(907) 465-6029
Research and Analysis Section Alaska Department of Labor P. O. Box 25501 Juneau, Alaska 99802-5501 Express: 1111 West 8th Street, Room 301 Juneau, AK 99801 FAX: 907-465-4506 Email: Website: State Data Center: Arizona Mr. Samuel Colon (E,A)...................(602) 542-5984 Arizona Dept. of Economic Security Population Statistics Unit P. O. Box 6123-045Z Phoenix, Arizona 85005-6123 Express: 1789 W. Jefferson St., First Floor, South Wing, Site Code 045Z, Phoenix, AZ 85007 FAX: 602-542-7425 Email: State Data Center: Arkansas Mr. Dave Rasmussen (E,P).......................(501) 569-8542

65. Horticultural Web Sites
of Arizona The michigan Master Gardener Program from michigan State University EducationResources at the University of NebraskaLincoln U. Maine coop. ext.
Horticultural Web Sites
U of I Associations Marketing Nurseries ... Other Universities
Links to the University of Illinois
the University Arboretum Cooperative Extension Service College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences. ... Expanding the Commercial Grape and Wine Industry in Illinois
To return to the top of the page, press the arrow
Associations and Societies
American Association of Botanical Gardens and Arboreta Aquatic Gardeners Association American Horticultural Society Associated Landscape Contractors of America ... Turfgrass Producers International
To return to the top of the page, press the arrow
Marketing Sites
Agricultural and Commodity Markets from Chicago Fruit and Vegetable Reports gopher site Fruit and Vegetables Prices from Today's Market Prices Openair-Market Net: Farmers' Markets, Street Vendors, Flea Markets and Street Markets USDA Terminal Market Price Reports
To return to the top of the page, press the arrow
Brandt's Fruit Trees, Parker, WA California Rare Fruit Growers, Inc. Meadow Lake Nursery Co.
Prairie Nursery Inc. Native Plants and Seeds for Ecological Gardening St. Aubin Nursery

66. Related Links: Capital Area Michigan Works!
STATE UNIVERSITYOF WEST GEORGIA, MSU extension Office,(517) 3533720, ext. 372. michigan State University, (517) 355-9518.

67. Weed-ID-Links
http// michigan State Univ. http//lupus.northern.edu90/natsource/NOXIOU1/Bindwe1.htmN. St. Univ., SD. Univ. coop. ext.

68. Untitled
State University, cooperative extension service Administration, Room Email MichiganThomas R. Johnson, Specialist, Statewide


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:

69. Resume - John M. Beck
coop. ext. March 16, 1997 Hyperspectral Optical Signatures Imagery Workshop Sponsoredby the Environmental Research Institute of michigan (ERIM), Orlando, FL
John M. Beck 1043 Cornstalk Lane
Auburn, AL
Home: (334) 501-1458 Work: (334) 844-3937
Education: Masters of Science: Major: Agronomy and Soil Science Minor: Environmental Studies Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama. Graduated December, 1995. Bachelors of Science: Major: Geology Minor: History. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Graduated August, 1992. Work Experience: Aug 97 - Present
Research Associate III - Water Quality and GIS Agronomy and Soils Department, Auburn University , Auburn, Alabama Provides technical expertise in developing, coordinating, and leading Agricultural and Water Quality related geospatial research and extension education projects. Collects, manages, analyze sand interprets data that can be used by hydrologic models and GIS to predict transport of non-point source pollutants from agricultural land. Coordinates equipment, material, data, and labor support needed for the laboratory. Troubleshoot problems with geospatial hardware/software systems, computer hardware/software systems and supervises two to three employees. Work involves limited supervision and requires frequent independent judgments concerning budgets, technical questions, documentation, and assignment of work to subordinates and students. Helps support and assist in the preparation and submission of grant proposals. Presents research conclusions in formal publications and presentations at national and local levels.

70. Untitled Document michigan Doug Woodard michiganState University extension 230 PR 00928-1120 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

71. CPDMP Address List
Hall, Wendy,. Halverson, Victor, Market Administrator's Office. Hamm,Chairperson, Larry G., michigan State University. coop. ext. Center.
A B C D ... Z Ackman, Cliff, PA Milk Marketing Board Aiken, Roger E., Aines, Glen, Vigortone Ag Products, Inc. Albers, Carl W., Steuben Co. Coop. Ext., Co. Off. Bl Alexander, Steve, Purity Dairy, Inc. Alexander, Craig, O-AT-KA Milk Products Coop, Inc. Allaire, F. R., The Ohio State University Allen, Robert, Lehigh Valley Allen, Wesley J., Leprino Foods Allen, Joel W., Columbia Co. Coop. Ext. Allhusen, George, Alvarez, Valente, The Ohio State University Amaral, Gilbert, Cumberland Farms Dairy Ambrosius, John, Univ. of Wisconsin-Platteville Andersen, John W., Johanna Dairies, Inc. Anderson, Bruce, Cornell University Anderson, Ron, U.S. House of Representatives Anderson, Philip, Anderson Dairy Management Andrew, Sheila, U-40 Anna, Edward D., Antoine, Robert, Dean Foods Company Arduser, Bruce, Pioneer .. A DuPont Company Armstrong, Bill, American Foods, Inc. Arnett, Paul, Marigold Foods, Inc. Asbury, Mike, Maryland and Virginia Milk Producer Assoc. Director, , Coop. Ext. Ctr. Ault, Don, Ag-Nomics Research Associates Ayer, Harry, University of Arizona Baase, Karen A., Madison Co. Coop. Extension

72. Dealers
1721 michigan Ave. 966 New Town Farmers Union Oil 241 West Main New Town, ND 58763701-627-3636 Northwood - Northwood coop Box 398 Phone 1-800-232-3639 ext.
Highway 1 North, HCR 5 - Box 4
Langdon, ND 58249
701-256-2378 or 800-551-6293
Fax: 701-256-2379
In addition to the dealers listed below, any Farmers Union Oil or Cenex around the country can order our products through Country Energy, Inc.
Phone 1-800-232-3639 Ext. 8473.
Canada Iowa Kansas Michigan ... Wisconsin
Ken Austin Box 245 Waskada, Manitoba Canada ROM 2EO
Phone: 204-673-2689
Home: 204-673-2512
Fax: 204-673-2208
Arlington 100 Main St. Arlington, IA 50606 319-633-3415 Lake Park Jaycox Implement 403 Market St. Lake Park, IA 51347
Branch Cty Farm Bureau 302 West Chicago Rd. Coldwater, MI 49036 Top of Page
Ada Red Power IH 2491 State Hwy 200 Ada, MN 56510 218-784-2321 Belle Plaine Belle Plaine Coop 820 E. Main St. Belle Plaine, MN 56011 952-873-4244 Breckenridge Farmers Union Oil Rt. 2 Box 4 Breckenridge, MN 58623 643-2651(218)

73. National 4-H Shooting Sports Foundation
Mary Riley michigan State University Dept Earle Robbins Penn State coop extension118 Main St., Courthouse Annex UMC 4900 Logan, UT 843224900

74. Adams County Cooperative Extension - Fruit Tree Links
of Vermont Rutgers coop. ext.) research projects dealing with apples and othertree fruit production A*Syst and Home*A*Syst programs michigan Apple Committee

75. 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

76. Community Resources - Services - In The Shiawassee Area
Laingsburg coop Food Bank, 517651-5036. State of michigan Shelter Hotline, (800)A-SHELTER. Shiawassee Council on Aging Durand Morrice, (989) 723-5211 ext 1512 (989
This Site
Internet Search Help
Community Services and Resources
Alcohol/Drug Abuse
Alcoholics Anonymous Catholic Social Services FASA (Families Against Substance Abuse) PACE Plus
Child Abuse Help Line Protective Services (FIA) Family Violence Helpline No Abuse (Parent/Teen) No Means No (Sexual Assult) R.A.V.E. Crisis Line RAP Line Shia. Council for Child Abuse Prevention
Clothing Banks
Baby Pantry (Infant - 4T) Christ Episcopal Church Clothes Closet Faith Baptist Church of Durand St. Vincent de Paul
Catholic Social Services Family Counseling Services Family Resource Center MI Self-Help Clearinghouse PACE Plus - MHC Parent Helpline Shiawassee County Mental Health Center
24 Hr crisis line: 723-0710
Disability Services
Capital Area Center for Independent Living
or 517-334-6285
or (517) 241-0393 or (Voice)
(517) 241-0438 (Fax) (e-mail) The ARC Shiawassee (formerly Association for Retarded Citizens) MI Rehabilitation Services (989) 743-3471 or 725-3264 or 517-334-6285 Shiawassee County Community Mental Health Shiawassee Rehabilitation Program Social Security Administration Home Page Office Locator State and Local Employer Information 1-800-772-1213 or (989) 723-7852 TDD call Shiawassee Regional Education Service District Disability Network - Flint (810) 742-1800 (Voice) (810) 742-7647 (TTY) (810) 742-2400 (Fax) Dyscalculia and Dyslexia Information Renee Newman: Email:

13, Wageningen, The Netherlands. 128 pp. Red Tart Cherry Site Inventory for LeelanauCounty, michigan. 1973. US Dep. Agric. 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.

78. "GreenSheets" Gardening Factsheets
subject. michigan Home Horticulture. Kansas State Horticulture Publications.Maryland coop. ext.Grounds and Gardens Publications. Univ. of
Keyword Searches for Horticultural FactSheets Here are all the places I go to when I want "just the facts!" Start at the top and work your way downyou should find the answer to your gardening question or problem. I don't try the larger databases until last because I have found that if I go directly to the sites they catalog, I always find other topics that aren't exactly what I was looking forbut are interesting just the same! If you are a southern gardener use Aggie Horticulture, FAIRS in Florida, or Missouri first then the WebGarden which catalogs several southern extension services. If you find any non-working sites, please write me at I have also listed some sites at the bottom of this page that have factsheets that aren't searchable, but are available for downloading or reading. Note! Many of the publications are in Adobe Acrobat format. You will need an Acrobat reader to view and print them. You will also need to configure your WWW reader to use Acrobat as a helper application. Follow this link to obtain the free reader and for instructions on configuring your WWW software.

79. Adventure GPS Products - Customer List
Miami Township Fire and EMS; michigan State Police; Nevada Highway Patrol; NorthEast Pennsylvania College of Technology; Pennsylvania State University (coop. ext.
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  • Southwestern Bell
  • Verizon Wireless (Atlanta) Xerox
Search and Rescue/ Fire/ EMT/ Law Enforcement
  • Antelope Valley Search and Rescue, CA
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(http// michigan State University Library’s Turfgrass InformationCenter Home Page. (http// Florida coop. ext. Serv.
PLANT SCIENCE 11:776:408 TURFGRASS PEST SCIENCE (3 cr.) Biology, etiology, and management of major turfgrass pests, including fungal, bacterial, and viral pathogens, insects, nematodes, vertebrates, and weeds Instructors: Bruce Clarke , Rm 338 Foran Hall Randy Gaugler , Rm 212 Blake Hall Office Hours: except Class: Thursdays, 9:50 - 11:10 am. Labs will run alternate Thursdays 8:10-11:10 am. Text: Lecture Outline: Quizzes Term Paper: Term Paper Topics:
  • Biological control using entomopathogenic nematodes in turf. The turfgrass ecosystem: impact of the new insecticide chemistries. Short and long-term prospects for transgenic turfgrass. Status and key constraints for developing IMP programs for turfgrass. Biology of the mole cricket and implications for control. Management implications of scarab larvae in low and high maintenance turf. Attitudes and actions of golf course superintendents versus home owners in managing turf pests. Biotic versus abiotic factors impacting turf pest control. Regulatory issues impacting control of avian pests of turf.

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