Maine Cooperative Agricultural Pest Survey Dick Bradbury. maine Forest service. Entomology. Dick Dearborn. maine Forest service Donald Hoenig. maine Dept. Agriculture. Veterinarian. Don Barry. Umaine coop. ext. Pest Management http://pmo.umext.maine.edu/aphis/CAPScommittee.htm
Abbreviated Titles 1995 : K-M State Univ. coop. ext. Serv. L cooperative extension service, Kansas State University 275.29 extension, Washington State University S125.M57 Misc. publ. - maine Agric. Exp. Stn http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtij.htm
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Maine CAPS Update September 20 maine CAPS update. September 20, 2002. 1. The next CAPS roundtable discussion is scheduled for Wednesday, January 29, 2003 at the. maine Forest service Entomology Lab (map) in Augusta. Donald Hoenig. maine Dept. Agriculture. Veterinarian. Don Barry. Umaine coop. ext. Pest Management http://pmo.umext.maine.edu/aphis/caps-update-2002-09-20.htm
WasteContacts.html Warren McCord, CRD Leader. Alabama coop ext service. 202 Duncan Hall Waste Management Specialist. University of maine coop ext. 5741 Libby Hall http://cwmi.css.cornell.edu/GenInfo/WasteContacts.html
Related Weed Science Websites (12/14/98) service. Alaska, U. Alaska, http//www.uafadm.alaska.edu/coopext/html/publist/anrpubs.html. maine,U. maine, http//www.umext.maine.edu/pubs/publicat.htm. http://www.wssa.net/wsinfo/links.htm
Extractions: You will leave the WSSA web site when you click on any of the below listed sites Agriculture, Food, and Rural Development of Alberta, Canada Animal and Plant Control Commission - South Australia R. Carter (Weed Science advisor) Agricultural Research Service USDA Animal and Plant Control Commission - South Australia R. Carter (Weed Science advisor) Aphis noxious weed programs USDA ARS North Central Soil Conservation Research Laboratory - Morris, MN F. Forcella California Dept. of Pesticide Regulation Canadian Forest Service - Biocontrol Method for Reedgrass (English and French available) R. Winder Coop. State Res., Ed., and Ext. Service Federal Interagency Committee for the Management of Noxious and Exotic Weeds (FICMNEW) - USDA D. Miller of University of Wisconsin - Madison IR-4 Program National Ag. Statistics Ser. National Wildlife Refuge Environmental Contaminant Page Weed Science Group, Agriculture Western Australia National Ag Library National Ag. Statistics Ser. National Plants Database Project ... Weeds, Noxious and Exotic and Invasive Plants Ag Chem Database Ag in the Classroom "Kid Video" and study guides Ag-Consultant Online AgriSurf! Searchable Ag index
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Measures Of Growth Interested Parties List Dovavan, Jack, University of maine coop. ext. Associate Educator. Vice President.Pangburn, Jeffrey, maine Public service Company, Economic Development Specialist. http://www.mdf.org/megc/iplist.php3
Extractions: Measures of Growth INTERESTED PARTIES CONTACT LIST Anyone may sign up to receive occasional, informational updates regarding Measures of Growth . All updates will be conveyed via e-mail. Listed entries may edited or removed See the message archive for past messages to the Contact List. Currently on the contact list: Name Organization Title Abraham, Susan Maine Innkeepers Association Chief Operating Officer Alt, Michael Piping Specialties, Inc. Amaral, Jim Borealis Breads President Armitage, II, William O. Biddeford-Saco Area EDC Executive Director Bartel, Lavon L. University of Maine Coop. Ext. Director Batt, Richard Franklin Community Health Network President Bourret, Michael Coastal Counties Workforce Board Executive Director Bregman, Edward Neill and Gunter Incorporated Vice President Broussard, Tom Career Prospects President Buch, Eric United Way of Central Mass. President Butera, John DECD Director of Business Development Cadorette, Judith Congressman John Baldacci District Office Manager Caron, Alan
Extractions: ABSeeds TM .com was started with two thoughts in mind: To help gardeners in their quest to further their passion, and to make a small profit in doing so. My wife and I have been gardening for over twenty years, and we decided that it was about time to see if our gardening hobby will pay for itself. We will only endorse products, companies, and services, that we feel are worthwhile. I'll be posting any helpful gardening links, hints and tips that we stumble across. I will do the best I can. The site is supported by small, ( and I mean very small :) commissions we receive from our sponsoring merchants. Please shop through our links and help us keep the site growing. We truly appreciate your online visits and your patronage of our sponsoring merchants. Thank you!
Leadership Maine Alumni List Jack Donovan, Associate Educator, University of maine coop. ext. Walter J.Elish, Director of Economic Development, maine Public service Co. http://www.mdf.org/leadme/alumnilisting.html
Extractions: Alumni Searchable Directory ALUMNI LIST as of May 4, 2004 Douglas J. Ahearne Dexter A. Akers Rachel Albert Judith A. Alexander , Owner, Alexander Associates James F. Amaral , President, Borealis Breads Brian C. Andrews , Common Sense Solutions Karen Marie Arel William O. Armitage, II , Executive Director, Biddeford-Saco Area EDC Katherine Arno James S. Atwell David A. Audesse , Director of Operations, First Technology Judith Bailey , President, Northern Michigan University Nancy Ballard Shannon M. Banks, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Central Maine Medical Center J Jeffrey Barnum , Owner, Barnum Forest Products James E. Baskerville , Vice President, Advanced Tech./Surface Ship Support, Bath Iron Works Sally Baughman , Director, Human Resources, Acadia Hospital Margaret M. Bean
State Coordinators of Nevada, Washoe Cty. coop. ext. P.O Penobscot Cty. extension service. 307 maine Avenue. Bangor, ME http://mastergardener.osu.edu/img/coordinators.html
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Extractions: 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.
Headwaters Institute Umaine coop.ext./ME Sea Grant. Rachel Nixon, maine Island Trail Association. CharlieJacobi, Acadia National Park. Lauri Munroe, US Fish and Wildlife service. http://headwatersinstitute.org/default.cfm?go=river.view&seminarID=114&riverID=1
Assets Across America: State Asset Networks of Arkansas coop ext. Contact Elizabeth Jones University of Arkansas cooperativeextension service 2301 S. University Avenue Little Rock, AK 72203 Tel maine http://www.ctassets.org/aaa/statenetworks.cfm
Maine Electric And Gas Utility Companies EASTERN maine ELECTRIC coop. maine PUBLIC service COMPANY Paul R. Cariani, Pres. ForestAvenue PO Box 3586 Portland, ME 041043586 1-800-552-3047 797-8002 ext. http://www.state.me.us/mpuc/regulated utilities/elecgas.htm
CIS/TCS Voice Communications NYNEX Residential service Center, 4308100, *9-92. UNH coop-ext SullivanCounty, 863-9200, *9-38. Univ of maine, Orono, 207-581-1110, *9-25. http://www.unh.edu/telecom/syslist.html
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NAQ, No. 39: Cover Crops At A Glance Tech. Bull. No. 4, maine Organic Fmrs. Gdnrs. Assoc., Augusta, ME. 497. U. Mass.coop. ext. service, 1971. Massachusetts Land Use and Soil Management Guides. http://www.fuzzylu.com/greencenter/q39/cover1.htm
Extractions: New Alchemy Quarterly, No. 39 Cover crops are grown not to produce food or fiber, but to conserve, maintain and enrich the soil, and to perform other functions in the agricultural ecosystem. Growing cover crops during seasons in which the land would otherwise be idle protects the soil from water and wind erosion, reduces the loss of nutrients through leaching and runoff, adds organic matter and suppresses weeds. Legumes such as clover support symbiotic bacteria on their roots which fix (convert) atmospheric nitrogen into a form that plants can use. Many cover crops can extract nutrients from insoluble minerals, making them available for plant growth. When cover crops are turned back into the soil (at which time they are often called "green manures"), their residues contribute to soil organic matter, and a substantial part of their nutrients become available to the next crop. Finally, some cover crops provide food (nectar) or habitat for beneficial insects. Because so many benefits can be derived from a relatively small input of materials (10 to 100 lb seeds per acre), cover crops have been called a cornerstone of many sustainable agricultural systems (Liebhardt et al. 1989) At the New Alchemy Institute, we have been studying cover crops for sustainable vegetable production for the past three years. The table on the following page is a synopsis of information on cover crops for temperate climates, derived from a review of literature and seed catalogues, a survey of farmers in the Northeast (Schonbeck 1988), and our own experience.