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61. David Oi's Curriculum Vitae
Fire Ants . National Pest Management Assoc. National Conf., Las Vegas, nevada Oct.19, 2000. Alabama coop. ext. System Circular ANR1149. Revised Oct. 2000.
David H. Oi
Research Entomologist - IFAHI Research Unit

Center for Medical, Agricultural and Veterinary Entomology
Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture
1600 SW 23rd Drive
Gainesville, FL 32608 Telephone: 352-374-5897
Fax: 352-374-5818
  • Biological control of imported fire ants with emphasis on the use of insect pathogens. Development of integrated pest management strategies to control pest ants.

EDUCATION Ph.D. University of California, Riverside Entomology M.S. University of Hawaii, Manoa Entomology B.S. University of Hawaii, Manoa Horticulture
Affiliate Faculty, Auburn University, Department of Entomology, Auburn, Alabama Entomologist/Insectary Supervisor, Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Corp., Hilo, Hawaii SIGNIFICANT INVITATIONS (last 5 years) Southeast Pest Management Conference, Gainesville, Florida, May 7, 2001. "Household Ants". National Pest Management Assoc. 4th Annual Southern Conf., Tunica, Mississippi Feb. 9, 2001. "Fire Ants".

62. Andy Kerr - Permits For Cash - 2
The transaction was also supported by the nevada Cattlemen's Association, the nevadaCommission on Tourism, and the US Fish New Mexico State Univ., coop. ext.
Western Larch, © George Wuerthner You are visiting Andy Kerr's Permits for Cash # 2 Page
Return to: Grazing Index Page Andy Kerr Home Page
Site Map

Permits For Cash: A Fair and Equitable Resolution to the Public Land Range War - 2

An excessive adherence to principled opposition to an injustice
often interferes with ending the injustice. Andy Kerr Home Page Topic Areas About Andy Kerr Books by Andy Kerr Chieftain Columns ... Site Map By Mark Salvo and Andy Kerr Permit Retirement Generally Prohibited Permit Retirement Examples Argue for Federal Program The following examples represent a variety of purposes for permit retirement and the numerous agencies and private parties that have been involved. The price per acre or animal unit month (AUM) has varied depending on the location, the payor, and other circumstances. Retiring the permit was voluntary in every case, and respect and cooperation between the permittee, government agencies, conservationists, and legislators was the key to completing each transaction. Where available, permit retirement has been very successful, supporting conservationists' proposal for a much broader, federally financed program.

63. Untitled Document nevada There is a vacancy for StateProgram Manager. San Juan, 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

64. Weed Management Areas
Craig Hemphill Lassen Co. Dept. of Agriculture 707 nevada St Susanville, CA96130 (530) 2518110 David Lile Lassen Co. coop. ext. 175 Russell Ave.
WMA Home Events Calendar WMA Contact Information K-12 Weed Education ... Funding Sources for WMA Programs Updated for 2001 Assembly Bill 1168: A WMA Support Program Yahoo! Group Upcoming Statewide WMA Meeting-
Sept. 23-25, 2002:
Tentative Meeting Agenda
Statewide WMA Meeting- Sept. 2001:
Meeting Agenda Lassen Weed Management Area MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING
The purpose of this memorandum of understanding is to establish terms and conditions under which the SWAT Team will cooperate and coordinate activities necessary for the prevention and control of noxious weeds in Lassen County. III. Introduction

65. National 4-H Shooting Sports Foundation
Sue Hoffman University of nevada NV 4H Mail Stop Earle Robbins Penn State coop extension118 Main St., Courthouse 4900 Logan, UT 84322-4900

66. This Page Has Moved
Contact Veronica LaDuke 608231-4038 or call (800) 356-9655, ext. will be held April 6-11 in Las Vegas, nevada.
Home Governmental Affairs Regulatory Advocacy Compliance ... About CUNA
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  • (the red button in the middle of the compass) takes you to the CUNA "homepage" and information on Governmental and Legistlative affairs, compliance, regulatory advocacy, News Now, press releases, economics and statistics and much more. (the compass point facing North) is where you'll find schools and conferences, continuing education and training materials, eSchools, eCourses, executive development, webinars, audio conference, books, videos, trainers material and more. (the compass point facing West) where you'll find expert advice and custom research, the Environmental Scan as well as a host of survey reports that cover executive and staff compensation, fees, and the state of credit union technology.

67. Lander County Weed Contacts
coop. ext. For further information or comments specific to noxious or invasive plantscontact Dawn Rafferty, Invasive Plant Specialist, nevada Department of
Weed Plan

Noxious Weed List

Weed Mapping

Lander County Weed Contacts NAME ADDRESS PHONE FAX EMAIL County Weed Contact Mikey Yarbro 315 S. Humboldt St. Battle Mountain, NV 89820 BLM Joe Ratliff 50 Bastian Road Battle Mountain, NV 89820 USFS NDP NDF Coop. Ext. NRCS Jim Evans 2002 Idaho Street Elko, NV 89801 Lander County CD Rod Davis 815 North Second Street Battle Mountain, NV 89820
For further information or comments specific to noxious or invasive plants contact:
Dawn Rafferty, Invasive Plant Specialist, Nevada Department of Agriculture

For technical issues relating to this website contact:
Dave Pickel, USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service

68. More Links
University http// Science Society of America http//ext.agn.uiuc DawnRafferty, Invasive Plant Specialist, nevada Department of
Weed Plan

Noxious Weed List

Weed Mapping
Weed Web Sites Weed Identification Sites Common Weed Seedlings of Michigan FMC Weed ID Idaho Noxious weeds Iowa State Weed ID Identifying Noxious Weeds of Ohio National Plant Database Project Noxious Weed ID and Prevention Noxious Weeds in the U.S. and Canada Noxious Weeds of Minnesota Oregon State Weed ID site Photo Gallery of Washington Noxious Weeds Query Taxonomy for Federal and State Noxious Weeds http://www.ars/ Rutgers Coop Extension - Weeds of New Jersey

69. Awards_Sponsor_99
coop State Research Ed/ext Svc, 571,148, 6, 150,000, 1, 721,148, 7. Departmentof Commerce, nevada University SystemChancellor Office, 18,000, 1, -, -, 18,000,1.
Fiscal Year 1999
Summary Data Awards NIH Expenditures
Awards Received by Sponsor
Sponsor Agency Research Non-Research Totals Federal Subtotal Department of Agriculture Agriculture Research Service Coop State Research Ed/Ext Svc Forest Service National Resources Conservation Svc Subtotal Department of Commerce Economic Development Admin Subtotal Department of Defense Army Navy Subtotal Department of Education Department of Energy Centers for Disease Control National Institutes of Health Office of Minority Health Student Asst Bureau of Health Prof Substance A/M Health Svcs Admin Subtotal Department of Labor Department of the Interior Bureau of Indian Affairs Bureau of Land Management Bureau of Reclamation Geological Survey National Park Service Office Surface Mining Reclamation Subtotal Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration Subtotal Department of Veterans Affairs Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Education Office of Prevention Pest/toxic substances Subtotal National Science Foundation Small Business Administration Total Federal Sponsor Agency Research Non-Research Totals Federal Pass Thru Department of Agriculture Colorado State University New Mexico State University Nv - Department of Education Nv - Division of Forestry Nv - Division of Welfare Utah State University Washington State University Subtotal Department of Commerce Nevada University System-Chancellor Office Subtotal Department of Education Nevada University System - Chancellor Office Nv - Department of Education Phi-Pacific DBTAC Turning Point Inc

70. Cannabis Patients' Cooperatives
nevada Co. Oakland CBC coop Store (510)8325346 (issues officialID Northern Lights Church (San Bernardino San Diego) (877) 716-5600 ext.
Cannabis Patients' Cooperatives and Support Groups
Northern State and Foothills
  • Butte Alliance for Medical MJ (Chico) -phone DJ at (530) 345-1997
  • Northern Lights Church (Calaveras) (877) 716-5600 ext. 595 Mendocino Healing Alternatives (Ft Bragg) (707) 964-2756
  • Nevada Co. - The C.I.R.C.L.E. (530) 432-3266 patients' support group
  • Plumas Co. - Feather River Coop: 530-283-4517 Sacramento -Capitol Alternatives ( N. Sac County) 1-888-MED-CANN. Sacramento area (deliveries) Today's Holistic Caregivers (661) 946-6600 Shasta Patient Alliance Sonoma Alliance for Med MJ (707) 522-0292 - patients' support group Sonoma (Guerneville): Marvin's Gardens 707-869-1291 Sonoma (Guerneville): Farmacy Garden Center 707-869-3415 Ukiah CBC: (707) 462-0691 Ukiah Medical Cannabis Coop (707) 462-0373 Yuba County CBC (530) 749-7497
S.F. Bay Area
  • Berkeley Cannabis Coop (Shattuck Ave): (510) 486-1025 Berkeley Patients' Group (2747 San Pablo Ave): (510) 540-6013 Berkeley Patients' Care Collective (2590 Telegraph Ave): (510) 540-7878 Hayward
  • Helping Hands Patient Center (1020 B St #15) (510) 537-7245

71. Pecan Kernel - Personnel
Pyzer, Dr. John, Pest Mgt. (Area Agent) LA coop. ext. Specialist Univ.of Missouri ext. Center Courthouse nevada, MO 64772, extension.

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:

72. The Impact Of Entertainment Media Violence On Children And Families: Site List
Generation Contact Jean Justice, Beach, Universityof Florida ext Palm Beach nevada, ISU extension Story County Contact Beth
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,

73. Members Of The CHARACTER COUNTS! Coalition
School (TX) Pontiac Township High School (IL) Purdue University/Marion County coop.ext. Montgomery County Community Foundation (IN) New Hope for nevada, Inc.
502 members as of
Coalition Membership List Member Commitments Coalition member organizations make the following commitments:
  • To integrate character education into new and existing programs and to encourage young people and their parents to adopt and model the Six Pillars of Character To participate in national and local CHARACTER COUNTS! public-awareness campaigns, such as CHARACTER COUNTS! Week To cooperate in developing and using context- and age-appropriate methods and materials
Read more about membership in the Coalition.
National Organizations
Alpha Xi Delta Women's Fraternity
American Association of Community Colleges

American Association of School Administrators

American Camping Association
Camp Fire Boys and Girls

Center for Public Outreach
Family, Career and Community Leaders of America

Girls and Boys Town

International Association of Chiefs of Police
International Order of Job's Daughters (IOJD)
Jewish Community Center Association Little League Baseball National 4-H National Abstinence Clearinghouse National Association of Catholic School Teachers National Association of Police Athletic Leagues National Association of Secondary School Principals National Association of Student Councils National Catholic Educational Association National Congress of State Games National Council of Youth Sports National Education Association National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry

74. National FSNEP/CSREES Web Site
Nutrition/142 University of nevada, Reno Reno, NV 895570132, 775-784-6450 FAX 775-784-6449Email Valerie Long, MOE, RD, LD UNH coop. ext.
Link to News Directory Events Info. for Coords. ... Updates Food Stamp Nutrition Education Program (FSNEP) State Contact Directory
April 9, 2003 Person/Title
(Name links to more information.) Address Phone/FAX/Email address Alabama
Suanne M Frobish

Financial Data Specialist 219 C Duncan Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5658
FAX: 334-844-5354
Email: Peggy Gunter
NEP Subcontract Specialist 219C Duncan Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5658
FAX: Email: Sondra Parmer Project Manager, Nutrition Education Program Alabama Coop. Ext. System 208 Duncan Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 FAX: 334-844-5354 Email: Barbara Struempler Professor, Dept. of Nutr. and Food Science Auburn University, Alabama Coop. Ext. Syst. 207 Duncan Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 FAX: Email: Network Staff Suzette M. Jelinek, Ed.D Network and Marketing Specialist 201 Duncan Hall Auburn University, AL 36849-5658 FAX: Email: Alaska Bret Luick EFNEP/FSNEP Coordinator University of Alaska, Fairbanks

75. Farm Fresh Markets:Colorado
303) 6607312 E-mail I Acacia Park on Bijou NevadaStreets Colorado Please help keep StarChefs a free service by displaying
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State Farmers Market Representative
Jim Rubingh
Colorado Dept. of Agriculture
Markets Division

700 Kipling Street, Suite 4000 Lakewood, CO 80215 Phone: (303) 239-4114 Fax: (303) 239-4125 E-mail: Arvada Farmers Market 5590 Olde Wadsworth Boulevard Arvada, CO OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL June 15-September 28 Thursday, 9:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Aurora Farmers Market I Buckingham Square Shopping Center Aurora, CO 80010 Contact: Pam Wilson E-mail: OPEN-AIR/SEASONAL June 27-October 31 Tuesday, 11:00 a.m.-sellout

coop. ext. participate in wild fire summit. Reno GazetteJournal. University of NevadaCommencement ceremony on May 13 to be featured via Webcast. Story.

77. Wildfire Links For The Homeowner, Fire - 1USA 1USA.COM Berks Berks County PA
Center National Wildfire Coordinating Group Firewise USDA Forest service Fire Utahand Wyoming Region IX Arizona, California, Hawaii, nevada, American Samoa

1USA Link Exchange

Wildfire Links for the Homeowner This page is provided as a public service by , an ISP Most web information written to aid people who live in wildfire areas is buried within large government sites, and difficult to locate. The sites listed below address one or more topics related to wildfires. Some of these sites are short, and others are complex and inclusive.
Any link that indicates "PDF" requires that your PC have Adobe Acrobat installed to reach the site. If you do not, you can go to this site to download the free Acrobat Reader:
Wildland Fire
This Thing Called Fire (NIFC)

What is the Wildland Fire Threat to Homes? (NPS) PDF
Wildfire Central at

FEMA News Releases

Current Wildland Fire Information (NIFC)

National Fire News (NIFC)
... National Interagency Fire CenterFire Danger Map Home Protection Wildfire (American Red Cross) Living With Fire; a Guide for the Homeowner (U of Nevada) The Defensible Space and Healthy Forest Handbook PDF Firesafe"Inside and Out" (Fire Safe Council) ... El Riesgo de los Incendios Descontrolados (State FarmEspanol) Landscaping Fire-Resistant Landscaping (Colorado State U) Fire-Safe Landscaping Can Save Your Home (FEMA) PDF Fire Safe Landscaping (Fire Safe Council) Landscaping Your Home in a Fire Area (Las Pilitas Nursery, CA)

78. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
Miller, Jacque, Area extension Agent, San Luis Valley, Colorado State UniversityCoop. ext. Minter, Lora, Instructor, University of nevada, Reno.
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

79. Factors Affecting Property Owner Decisions About Defensible Space
1998. Report of the Living With Fire survey results. Under contract to nevadaCoop. ext. Univ. of nevada, Reno. Unpublished. Hodgson, RW 1995.
Assisting Forest Owner, Farmer and Stakeholder Decision-Making
International Union of Forestry Research Organizations
Proceedings of the Extension Working Party (S6.06-03) Symposium 2001
Factors Affecting Property Owner Decisions about Defensible Space Ed Smith
Natural Resource Management Specialist, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
Community Development Specialist, University of Nevada Cooperative Extension
"Defensible space" refers to that area between a house and an oncoming wildfire where the vegetation has been modified to reduce the wildfire threat and allow fire fighters to safely operate. Typically, creating a defensible space involves thinning of flammable native trees and shrubs, removal of dead vegetation, and planting of more fire resistant plant materials around the house. The defensible space concept conveys several important ideas including homeowner responsibility, being proactive, vegetation management, house survivability, and firefighter safety.
To fire prevention agencies and extension educators, having an effective defensible space is essential to living more safely in high fire hazard environments. In recent decades, considerable effort has been expended by these entities to encourage property owner implementation of defensible space practices. Despite this effort, people living in high fire hazard areas have been slow to adopt these practices. The resulting frustration of fire fighters and extension workers is captured in the following statement from a University of California publication:

80. Proposals Submitted By Sponsor
0. 0. 135,457. 2. 135,457. 2. Department of Agriculture. coop State Research Ed/ExtSvc. 2,170,417. 20. 248,983. 3. 9. Department of Education. nevada University System.0. 0.
Fiscal Year 1998
Table 2. Proposals submitted by Sponsor Proposals submitted by College/Department Awards Received by College/Departmet Sponsor Research $ Non-Res $ Total $ Total # Federal Department of Agriculture Coop State Research Ed/Ext Svc Forest Service Subtotal Department of Commerce Economic Development Admin Subtotal Department of Defense Air Force Army DEPSCoR Navy Subtotal Department of Education Department of Energy Department of Justice Department of the Interior Bureau of Land Management Bureau of Reclamation Geological Survey National Biological Service National Park Service Subtotal Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration Subtotal Department of Veterans Affairs Environmental Protection Agency Federal Emergency Mgmt Agency National Science Foundation Small Business Administration Total Federal Federal Pass Thru Department of Agriculture Colorado State University Desert Research Institute Nv - Division of Forestry University of California - Davis University of Utah Utah State University Subtotal Department of Education Nevada University System Nv - Department of Education Turning Point Inc University of California - Berkeley University of California - Davis Washoe County Nevada Washoe County School District Nevada Subtotal Department of Energy Arizona State University Cornell University Lawrence Berkeley Labs Lawrence Livermore National Lab Oak Ridge National Lab Sandia National Lab TRW Environment University City Science Center University of Florida University of Nv - Las Vegas Western Michigan University

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