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1. South Carolina Rural Development Council
SC Department of Commerce Clemson Coop. Ext. Service SC DHEC SC SC Institute on Poverty and Deprivation South Carolina Rural Health

2. V I T A NAME Harold M. Harris, Jr. ADDRESS - 270 Barre Hall
Harris, Harold M., Jr. South Carolina Milk Prices to Rise Through December, Outlook Update, No. 248, Clemson University, Coop. Ext.

3. Under The Canopy/Feb 2001
12 Under Canopy the http// ..

4. 4-H Science Education Update -May 1999
WA 982309702. Ph 1-800-665-0667, ext 1317, Fax 604 South Carolina Educational Television, creator of NatureScene, joins the NPS to create a

5. 1996 Vegetable Expo, December 9 - 11, 1996
Renee Riddle South Carolina Farm Bureau "New Concepts in South Carolina Direct Marketing" Allan Thornton Tom Dyson North Carolina Coop. Ext .

6. Conference Attendee List In Word.PDF
2825298 Carol Adkins Northern Illinois University 1003 South 5th Street 900 Washington, 20006 DC Carolyn Brown North Carolina Zoological Park

7. Georgia's Economy
UGA Coop. Ext. Service Extension Forest Resources BEARFACTS for Augusta, Georgia-Aiken, South Carolina Metropolitan Statistical Area

8. Biointensive Integrated Pest Management(IPM)Part Two
Univ. of Connecticut Coop. Ext. Service. 120 p.

9. Prime And Unique Agricultural Lands And The National Environmental
Dr. Gene McMurtry Assoc. Dir., Coop. Ext. State Director Farmers Home Administration 240 Stoneridge Drive Columbia, South Carolina 29210

10. SAEA Annual Meetings Program
Systems Steven W. Martin, Delta Research and Ext. in South Carolina Minsup Shim, South Carolina State University David Karemera, South Carolina

11. Abbreviated Titles 1995 : B
State Univ., coop. ext. Serv. Bulletin cooperative extension service, Bulletin - south carolina Agricultural Experiment Station 100 SO8 (1) Bull.
Abbreviated Titles : B
*Previously used abbreviated title

12. South Carolina Rural Development Council
SC Department of Commerce Clemson coop. ext. service SC DHEC SC EmploymentSecurity Commission south carolina Rural Health Association.
US Army Corp of Engineers Charleston District

U.S. Small Business Administration

Farm Service Agency Office

US Dept of Education Atlanta Regional Office
Dept of Veterans Affairs Charleston VA Hosp.
SC Dept. of Agriculture

SC Department of Commerce

Clemson Coop. Ext. Service

SC Sea Grant Consortium
OTHER Office of Rural Health Conference of Black Mayors SC Downtown Development Association Lower Savannah COG ... SC Bankers Association SC Rural Water Assn. Inc. Primary Care Assoc. SC Institute on Poverty and Deprivation South Carolina Rural Health Association

13. Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research And Education
coop. ext. service Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA 70803 Owusu Bandele south carolina Geoff Zehnder IPM and Sustainable Agriculture Programs

provides Grants and Information to Improve Profitability, Stewardship and Quality of Life State Sustainable Agriculture Coordinators
(updated August 26, 2005)
Joseph Kemble,
Associate Professor
Auburn University
101 Funchess Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: 334-844-3050
FAX: 334-844-3131 Edward J. Sikora Auburn University 105 Extension Hall Auburn University, AL 36849-5624 Phone: 334-844-5502 FAX: 334-844-4072 Cathy Sabota Extension Horticulture P.O. Box 69 Normal, AL 35762 Phone: 256-372-4257 FAX: 256-372-5840 William Hodge Training Coordinator Tuskegee University 202 Extension Building Tuskegee, AL 36088 Phone:334-727-8806 FAX: 334-727-8813 ARKANSAS Suzanne Smith Hirrel University of Arkansas CES PO Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Phone: 501-671-2288 FAX: 501-671-2110 FedEx: 2301 S. University Avenue Little Rock, AR 72203

14. Prime And Unique Agricultural Lands And The National Environmental Policy Act (N
Assoc. Dir., coop. ext. service Stockbirdge Hall, Rm. 2ll University of Massachusetts Columbia, south carolina 29210. Mr. Sylvester C. Ekart Chairman
WASHINGTON, DC 20006 August 11, 1980 MEMORANDUM FOR HEADS OF AGENCIES SUBJECT: Prime and Unique Agricultural Lands and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) The accompanying memorandum on Analysis of Impacts on Prime or Unique Agricultural Lands in Implementing the National Environmental Policy Act was developed in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture. It updates and supersedes the Council's previous memorandum on this subject of August 1976. In order to review agency progress or problems in implementing this memorandum the Council will request periodic reports from federal agencies as part of our ongoing oversight of agency implementation of NEPA and the Council's regulations. At this time we would appreciate receiving from your agency by November 1, 1980, the following information:
  • identification and brief summary of existing or proposed agency policies, regulations and other directives specifically intended to preserve or mitigate the effects of agency actions on prime or unique agricultural lands, including criteria or methodology used in assessing these impacts.
    identification of specific impact statements and, to the extent possible, other documents prepared from October 1, 1979 to October 1, 1980 covering actions deemed likely to have significant direct or indirect effects on prime or unique agricultural lands.

15. 2005 ESP Chapter Presidents
Delaware SUSAN TRUEHARTGAREY coop ext 69 Transportation Circle Dover, S ALPHA PHI - south carolina KRISTI SCHLEGEL Clemson extension service 1555
2005 ESP Chapter Presidents
S ALPHA PI - Alabama REBECCA DOLLMAN State LeaderProgram Development 217 Dawson Hall P.O. Box 1088 Normal, AL 35762-1088 Phone: 256-372-4976 Fax: 256-372-5734 E-Mail: W ALPHA GAMMA - Alaska HOLLIS HALL 3511 Kreb Drive Fairbanks, AK 99709 Phone: 907-479-0617 Fax: E-Mail: W KAPPA - Arizona MATT LIVINGSTON P.O. Box 1203 Keams Canyon, AZ 86034-1203 Phone: 928-734-3708 Fax: 928-738-2360 E-Mail: S ALPHA IOTA - Arkansas REBECCA MC PEAKE UA-CES P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72015 Phone: 501-671-2285 Fax: 501-671-2110 E-Mail: W ZETA - Colorado KIPP NYE County Director; Agriculture / 4-H Youth Development P.O. Box 128 Simia, CO 80835-0128 Phone: 719-541-2361 Fax: 719-541-2982 E-Mail: NE ALPHA CHI - Connecticut MARY ELLEN WELCH Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Middlesex County Extension Center 1066 Saybrook Rd., Box 70 Haddam, CT 06438-0070 Phone: 860-345-4511 Fax: 860-345-3357 E-Mail:

16. National Park Service - Nature & Science: Biologic Resources
United States from south carolina south to Florida and west to New Mexico . 1989. Spiders. extension Bulletin E72, Purdue Univ. coop. ext. Ser.
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Spiders and Scorpions This module is intended to serve as a source of basic information needed to implement an integrated pest management program for spiders and scorpions. Any pest management plan or activity must be formulated within the framework of the management zones where it will be implemented. Full consideration must be given to threatened and endangered species, natural and cultural resources, human health and safety, and the legal mandates of the individual parks. Recommendations in this module must be evaluated and applied in relation to these broader considerations.
Most people are familiar with the general appearance of both spiders and scorpions. Spiders and scorpions are both arachnids, which is a group of animals that also includes mites, ticks, and harvestmen (daddy longlegs). The arachnids are closely related to insects. Both spiders and scorpions, like insects, have a hard external body, but spiders and scorpions have four pairs of legs while insects have three pairs.

17. Black Page
North carolina Oklahoma south carolina Tennessee Texas. Name, Address, Appointment LA coop. ext. service 400 A Life Science Bldg Baton Rouge, LA 70803



Name Address Appointment ALABAMA Goff, Dr. Bill Horticulturist
21 Extension Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Ph: 334-844-5480
Fax 334-844-4578
email: Extension/Research McDaniel, Mr. Ron Superintendent Gulf Coast Substation 8300 Hwy 104 Fairhope, AL 36532 Ph: 251-928-2740 Fax 251-990-8912 email: Research McVay, Dr. John Extension Entomologist 204 Extension Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 Ph: 334-844-6395 Fax 334-844-5002 email: Extension Nesbitt, Mr. Monte Horticulturist Gulf Coast Substation 8300 Hwy 104 Fairhope, AL 36532 Ph: 251-990-8417 Fax 251-990-8912 email: Research Patterson, Dr. Mike Extension Weed Specialist 108 Extension Hall Auburn University, AL 36849 Ph: 334-844-5492 Fax 334-844-4586 email: Extension/Research Sikora, Dr. Edward Extension Plant Pathologist ALFA Building 961 S Dohanue Dr.

18. Natural Resources Extension Professionals Conference
south carolina’s Natural Resource Career Camp Enhancing the Appreciation of and Tom Riley, University of Arkansas coop. ext. service, Little Rock, AR
This conference has concluded the information is provided here to assist you in
planning for your attendance at future conferences.
3rd Natural Resource
Extension Professionals
Revolutionizing or Evolutionizing
Extension Programming?
June 2-5, 2002 The Naples Beach Hotel and Golf Club
Naples, Florida

PDF Print Version of Conference Program and Abstracts
S ITE I NDEX Introduction Pre-conference Activities Programmatic Themes Submission of Revised ... For Further Information Introduction Conference Theme
The Cooperative Extension Service was established to provide a non-traditional approach of applying research knowledge to help resolve community issues. Extension has developed a strong tradition and an excellent reputation for serving the same clientele base extremely well. However, this tradition is now preventing Extension from effectively addressing many other issues that have emerged during the past century. The theme to be explored during this conference is whether another rapid (revolutionary) or a more gradual (evolutionary) rate of change should occur to make Extension more relevant in today’s communities and the role of natural resource extension programming in this revision. Who Should Attend Natural resource extension professionals and those who work with or would like to partner with these educators in environmental education, fisheries, wildlife, range, forestry, forest products, toxicology, ecotourism, water conservation and quality, sea grant, public policy, nature interpretation, watershed planning, ecological economics, rural development and other related disciplines. The primary audience consists of three groups: 1) Extension personnel at state 1862, 1890 and 1994 Land Grant Institutions (county faculty, county directors, district directors, specialists, department chairs, state program leaders and state directors); 2) National program leaders, and other staff with the USDA Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service; 3) Natural resource educators from other governmental agencies and private not-for-profit organizations.

19. POMF 2806 Page
GOV PAYROLL OFFICE NUMBER 12050301 USDA coop ext. service ALABAMA C/O USDA coop ext SER S. carolina ST south CAROLNIA ST UNIVERSITY 1890 extENSION
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20. Agronomy Journal -- Sign In Page
Arkansas, Alabama, Mississippi, North carolina, Texas, south carolina, Brazos (Alabama coop. ext. service, 1996) and Tifton 85 (Burton et al.,
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Nutrient Uptake of Hybrid and Common Bermudagrass Fertilized with Broiler Litter
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