Agriculture World - Agri-Business / Real Estate Links and information on many different horse breeds. Appaloosa, Arabian, Quarter Horse and sales information. University of Arkansas coop.ext. service. University of California coop. ext. service. University of Nebraska. University of wisconsin cooperative ext. service http://www.agricultureworld.net/linksgeneral.htm
Extractions: LINKS TO GENERAL AGRICULUTRE INFORMATION Agricultural Organization Extension Services Ag Health Organizations Environmental Agencies ... Training Agricultural Health Organizations AgrAbility Agricultural Safety and Health Network Farm Safety and Health in Minnesota Clinicians Network ... University of Wisconsin Center for Agricultural Safety and Health Environmental American Crop Protection Association American Water Works Association EPA Integrated Risk Information System Farm*A*Syst and Home*A*Syst ... U.S. Trade Representative Food Safety American Meat Institute Fight Bac! Food Safety Food Safety - Gateway to Government Food Safety Information ... Wisconsin Division of Food Safety Injury Prevention Children's Safety Network Consumer Product Safety Commission National Institute for Farm Safety, Inc.
Publications free) Agriculture Communications service, Media Distribution Center, 301 S Growing Grapes in wisconsin. wisconsin coop. ext., A1656 ($2.20). coop. ext http://www.ristcanyonvineyards.com/growinfo.html
Abbreviated Titles 1995 : D-E cooperative extension service SF221.D33 Dairy Tales Univ Calif Berkeley coop ext Serv* Dairy Life Sciences, University of wisconsin, Agricultural Experiment Station HD1775.W6E25 http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtie.htm
Home Freezing Of Fish The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension service would like to thankthe University of wisconsin Cooperative Extension service and Sea Grant http://www.uaf.edu/coop-ext/publications/freepubs/FNH-00222.html
Extractions: FNH-00222 Freezing is the method most people choose for preserving fresh fish and other seafood products. However, this preservation technique is effective only if the product is handled in such a way that its quality is kept near its peak freshness. A mistake that many people make when freezing fish and other seafood products is to assume that, once it has been frozen, it will not change. The mere fact that a product has been frozen does not ensure that its quality is protected. Precautions must be taken to guard against flavor and textural changes that can take place during frozen storage of the product. This is especially true for seafoods held in a home freezer. The quality of frozen seafood is directly related to the quality of the starting material. If the seafood you freeze is of poor quality, the seafood you thaw will be of poor quality,perhaps even poorer. Whether the fish comes from commercial sources or sport fishing, care should be taken to ensure that only high-quality fish are considered for use in home freezing. When fresh fish is frozen, several processes involved in spoilage are temporarily interrupted. First and foremost, freezing temperatures inhibit the growth of bacteria, which is the main cause of spoilage in fresh fish. By halting the metabolic activity of such microorganisms present in and on the fish, freezing stops this type of spoilage. When a frozen product's temperature rises to the point where bacteria can grow again, however, the bacterial spoilage process starts up again.
Extractions: Under the Canopy Forestry and Forest Products Newsletter of the Alaska Cooperative Extension February 1998 Table of Contents Introduction of New Extension Forester: Bob Wheeler Cooperative Being Formed by Timber Industry on Kenai Peninsula Forest Products Manufacturing Project Bark Beetle Task Force Meeting in Soldotna Society of American Foresters: Alaska State Society Annual Meeting ... Meetings During April 1997 I was hired by the Alaska Cooperative Extension program to fill the forestry specialist position that was previously filled by Tony Gasbarro. Although my background and experience is significantly different, I will continue to strive to meet our mission "to interpret and extend relevant research based knowledge in an understandable and usable form and to encourage the application of this knowledge to solve the problems and meet the challenges that face the people of Alaska." Since moving to Fairbanks, I have been able to meet with many different organizations and individuals. During July I gave two talks in the Homer area regarding the impact of the spruce bark beetle on the community and future implications. Cooperative Extension will continue to be involved with bark beetle issues on the Kenai Peninsula. During September I coordinated the week visit of Dr. Ron Mahoney from the University of Idaho regarding a review of hardwood utilization. During November I developed three workshops on sawmilling, kiln drying, and international marketing that were held in Soldotna, Anchorage, and Fairbanks. On December 3 and 4, we convened the Forest Products Conference held in Fairbanks entitled "How Can the University of Alaska Assist Alaska's Forest Products Industry?"
Nutrition Education Resources - Adult childhood eating disorders.DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AMERICANSNational Food service Management Institute, 2001 EATING DISORDERSUniv. of wisconsin coop. ext. service, 1992. AdultVideoA http://www.opi.state.mt.us/PDF/SchoolFood/CATADULT.pdf
Abbreviated Titles 1996 : E E.C. Neb. coop. ext. Serv. EC - cooperative extension service, University of Nebraska of Agricultural and Life Sciences, University of wisconsin, Agricultural Experiment Station http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji96/abrtie.htm
Extractions: Sources of Information on the Culture and Management of Grapes Bordelon, B. 1995. Growing Grapes. Purdue Univ. Coop. Ext. Sev., HO-45. (free) Agriculture Communications Service, Media Distribution Center, 301 S. 2nd Street, Lafayette, IN, 47901-1232 (Ph: 800-398-4636), or on the Web as a PDF file Bordelon, B. 1995. Grape Varieties for Indiana. Purdue Univ. Coop. Ext. Sev., HO-221 (free). Agriculture Communications Service, Media Distribution Center, 301 S. 2nd Street, Lafayette, IN, 47901-1232 (Ph: 800-398-4636, or on the Web as a PDF file Cahoon, G., M. Ellis, R. Williams and L. Lockshin. 1991. Grapes: Production, Management and Marketing. Bulletin 815, Agdex 231, Ohio Cooperative Extension Service, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43235; Ph: 614-292-1607 ($7.25 + postage)
I-une.com: Education > Cooperative Extension University of wisconsin extension cooperative Offers educational, research AlaskaFairbanks cooperative extension service State outreach www.uaf.edu/coopext/. http://dir.i-une.com/Science/Agriculture/Education/Cooperative_Extension/
NACAA Other Links Alabama cooperative extension service University of Alaska University of Council FarmSafe Spooner Ag Research Station, wisconsin UC coop ext, San Joaquin http://www.nacaa.com/OtherLinks.htm
Main Body Regional service Office. Contact Person. Email Address. wisconsin, Kevin Bernhardt,email@example.com. Colorado, Dennis Kaan, firstname.lastname@example.org. http://ianrwww.unl.edu/ianr/agecon/vavluru/riskmgmt/MAINBODY.HTM
Extractions: North Central Risk Management Initiative Background The Federal Agricultural Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 mandated the Secretary of Agriculture to initiate an educational program "...in management of financial risks inherent in the production and marketing of agricultural commodities." The Secretary directed the Risk Management Agency (RMA) to facilitate the risk management education ( RME ) program. A staff member in each of the 10 Regional Service Offices (RSOs) of the RMA was designated as the RME coordinator to facilitate educational programs in the states in their service region. RMA has also combined its resources with those of the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES) of USDA, the Land Grant University system and the Commodity Futures Trading Commission. The country was divided into 5 extension regions with an extension coordinator for each region. These regions are aligned with the RSO regions. The North Central Region includes a total of 11 states. These are: Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Illinois serviced by the Springfield RSO; Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa services by the St. Paul RSO; and, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska and Colorado serviced by the Topeka RSO. Current Activities North Central Risk Management Computer Software Workshop, Lincoln, Nebraska, May 20-21, 1998. The purpose is to provide hands on training on a number of software packages that are currently available or are under development. Participation is limited to four representatives from each of the 11 states in the region. The participants will include extension staff and private sector representatives.
Life Planning News - September 2002 Planning News, contact Jacque Miller (email@example.com HSFPP) providedas a public service by the appointed by the Governor of wisconsin has just http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/lifeplan/life0209.html
Extractions: Issue 7, September 2002 "Life Planning News" is based on a comprehensive approach to financial challenges at all life stages. It is based on the belief that skills are developed and added throughout one's lifetime. Life planning is a "holistic" philosophy designed to help people define their personal values and priorities in broad areas including health, leisure, personal growth and productivity and then link financial resources to realize these goals. If you have information to share with colleagues and would like to have it included in Life Planning News, contact Jacque Miller ( firstname.lastname@example.org ) or Judy McKenna ( email@example.com Thanks to Ellen Audley for helping with this newsletter. Financial literacy is both critically needed and sadly lacking in high school audiences. The High School Financial Planning Program (HSFPP) provided as a public service by the National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) is both no-cost, and highly acclaimed. Educators can learn to use the program through Web-based training.
Dried And Fresh-Cut Flowers Dwight Aakre, Farm Mangement Specialist NDSU Extension service. more than 200 membersfrom Minnesota, wisconsin and the Total sales for the coop have exceeded http://www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/alt-ag/flowers.htm
Extractions: NDSU Extension Service For the past three years, retail sales of floral products in the United States have remained nearly unchanged at just under $13 billion. In the past, fresh-cut flowers have dominated the floral product market. Currently, the market share for floral items has changed, with dried flowers and silk flowers increasing in their share of total dollars spent on floral items. The floral industry in the United States is quite diverse. The markets range from dried floral bouquets, which may be stored for great lengths of time, to fresh-cut flowers, which may have a vase life as short as one week. Methods of producing flowers are equally varied. Some are grown in relatively small greenhouses, some in 100-acre, flood-irrigated fields. The ideal flower for the fresh or dried market should have the following characteristics: high value, high production per square foot of bed, extended production and marketing season, long productive life, ability to be marketed as fresh and surplus sold as dried florals, vase life of at least seven days, resistance to disease and pests, resistance to heat and drought, long stems (18 inches), relatively easy to harvest and handle, and have an aesthetically pleasing look and fragrant flowers, foliage or stems. While no single species has all of these criteria, prospective producers should use them to evaluate different types of floral crops they may want to produce.
Friends Of The NRA Grants University of Arkansas coop. ext service 4H. Yell County 4H Shooting Sports. ShowAll States. NRA Field Representative in WI wisconsin Don Bassett 715536-1555 http://www.nrafoundation.org/friends/states/grants.asp?state=Wisconsin&show=Arka
Extractions: State Government State Services Select Program Area DOE HOME Advisory Councils Board of Education Career and Technical Education Charter Schools Compliance/Monitoring Curriculum Frameworks/Institutes Early Learning Services Education Reform Educational Technology Educator Licensure Tests (MTEL) Educator Licensure Employment Opportunities English Language Learners Family Literacy Forms Directory General Educational Development Grants: Information Information Services Health, Safety and Student Support Services MCAS MCAS Appeals MECC - (Career Center) METCO "No Child Left Behind" Federal Education Law Nutrition Programs Proprietary Schools Reading Office School and District Accountability School and District Profiles/Directory School Finance School-to-Career Education Security Portal Special Education Title I Virtual Education Space - VES News District/School Administration Educator Services Assessment/Accountability ... PK-16 Program Support
Abbreviated Titles 1995 : P of Alaska, cooperative extension service 275.29 AL13P Publ Univ Wis coop ext Serv*Publication University of wisconsin, cooperative extension service S544.3 http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtil.htm