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41. College Majors And Careers - Plant Science
Univ. coop. ext. Owner, Randolph s Nursery. Bank. Manager, Customer service,MSO, Inc. Tax Manager, MS Ackerman Co., (MBA, MA Accounting).
Career Handouts Student Services Home
Career Opportunities for Majors in Plant Science
A bachelor's degree is sufficient for advanced technician jobs in the medical field, lab research assistant positions, or testing and inspection jobs. An advanced degree is required for most other positions in the scientific field. While most plant science graduates work in related occupations and eventually obtain advanced degrees, others choose different directions. Many careers do not require a specific major but rather a wide range of demonstrated skills and accomplishments. Regardless of your career choices, increase your marketability to employers through internships, responsible work experience, good grades, and involvement in college activities.
A Sample of Related Occupations
Agronomist Botanist Community Agency Worker Consumer Advocate Cooperative Extension Agent Crop Physiologist Ecologist Environmental Health Educator Field Contractor Food Buyer Food Technologist Forest Engineer Forester Horticulturist Irrigation Engineer Journalist Lab Technician Landscape Architect Natural Resources Manager Naturalist Patent Specialist Pest Control Inspector

42. Suggested References For The Home Fruit Gardener
coop. ext. Serv. Univ. ext. Bull. 667, OARDC Res. Bull. 1122. 52 pp. Bulletin Center,Cottage A, Thatcher Way, University of massachusetts, Amherst, MA 01003.

43. Kenmore Square Boston Massachusetts Real Estate For Sale; Cooperative Housing Fo
includes everything you would want in a fullservice building with a This Boston coopis listed by Nicole Trincia. To reach Nicole call 617-247-9999 ext 236 or
You are here Home Sales listings Kenmore Square Real Estate FEATURED REAL ESTATE
Specifications Kenmore Square Real Estate Fabulous coop in Kenmore Square This spacious Kenmore Square co-operative apartment includes everything you would want in a full-service building with a convenient location too! Located at 566 Commonwealth Avenue, this two-bedroom, two-bath unit boasts 1,255 square feet of living space, overlooking a private pool and hot tub and views Fenway Park. Additional amenities include a concierge, central air and common laundry. Take advantage of all this at $299,000! This Boston coop is listed by Nicole Trincia. Nicole is a Real Estate specialist at Paragon Properties. To reach Nicole call 617-247-9999 ext 236 or simply fill out the form below. For more information on this Real Estate, or to see this coop, please put your contact information in the spaces provided. Please be sure to click the submit button at the bottom of the page! Nicole will contact you soon with more details!

44. Soil Chemistry At OKSTATE: Nicholas T. Basta: Publications
Zhang, H., N. Basta, and J. Stiegler. 1998. Using biosolids as a plant nutrientsource. Current Report 2201, Oklahoma coop. ext. service, Stillwater, OK.

Nicholas T. Basta [Home]
Education Experience Teaching ... Memberships, Committees, Etc. Nutrient Soil Chemistry
(Fertilizers, Animal Waste) Peer-Reviewed Publications
(graduate theses, refereed journal manuscripts, book chapters, experiment station bulletins, other) McGowen, S.L. 2000. Ph.D. Dissertation. Chemical treatments for reducing heavy metal solubility and transport in smelter contaminated soils. Gavi, F., N.T. Basta, and W.R. Raun. 1997. Cadmium accumulation in wheat grain as affected by long-term N and P fertilization and soil acidity. J. Environ. Qual. 26:265-271. Gavi, F. W.R. Raun, N.T. Basta, and G.V. Johnson. 1996. Effect of applied sewage sludge and ammonium nitrate on wheat yield and soil profile inorganic nitrogen accumulation. J. Plant Nutr. 20:203-218. Sloan, J.J., 1994. Ph.D. Dissertation. Use of phosphorus fertilizer or lime-stabilized sewage sludge to remediate acid soils and alleviate aluminum toxicity. Sloan, J.J., N.T. Basta, and R.L. Westerman. 1995. Aluminum transformations and soil solution equilibria induced by banded P fertilizer in acid soil. Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J. 59:357-364.

45. Soil Chemistry At OKSTATE: Nicholas T. Basta: Publications
14. Zhang, H., N. Basta, and J. Stiegler. 1998. Using biosolids as a plant nutrientsource. Current Report 2201, Oklahoma coop. ext. service, Stillwater, OK.

Nicholas T. Basta [Home]
Education Experience Teaching ... Memberships, Committees, Etc. Recent Publications
Peer-Reviewed Publications Dayton, E.A., N.T. Basta, and C.A. Jakober. 2001. Using drinking water residuals to reduce phosphorus in runoff water. J. Am. Water Works Assoc. In press. Fost, M.D., J.C. Cole, J.M. Dole, and N.T. Basta. 2001. Media constituents, micronutrient fertilizer source, and Ca applications influence Fe, Mn, and Zn leaching. J. Hort. Sci. In press. O'Connor, G.A., T.C. Granato, and N.T. Basta. 2001. Bioavailability of biosolids-Mo to soybean grain. J. Environ. Qual. 30:1653-1658. Condor, J.M., R.P. Lanno, and N.T. Basta. 2001. Assessment of metal availability in smelter soil using earthworms and chemical extractions. J. Environ. Qual. 30:1231-1237. Basta, N.T., R. Gradwohl, K.L. Snethen, and J.L. Schroder. 2001. Chemical immobilization of lead, zinc, and cadmium in smelter-contaminated soils using biosolids and rock phosphate. J. Environ. Qual. 30:1222-1230. McGowen, S.L., N.T. Basta, and G.O. Brown. 2001. Use of diammonium phosphate to reduce heavy metal solubility and transport in smelter-contaminated soil. J. Environ. Qual. 30:493-500.

46. Selected Books
Alaska http// Maine extension service http// Massachusettshttp//,2774,1724_1819
@import url("/vgn/portal/views/style"); /*IE and NN6x styles*/ LibCat Chiron E-Resources Site Map ... My Portal Thursday, June 10, 2004 E-Resources Research Guides Tutorials Subject Specialist Librarian ... Agribusiness Catalogs Indexes/Databases Selected Journals Selected Books Related Links Bibliographies Citation Style Guides Datasets Images Software Class Guides Library E-Resources Subject Guides Life Sciences ... Agribusiness > Selected Books
Selected Books
AgNIC Agribusiness
Selected Electronic Books, Publications and Working Papers
Cooperative Extension Service and Experiment Station Publications
Working Papers
Cooperative Extension Service and Experiment Station Publications
The following list of links point to Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service publications from each state on all subjects including agribusiness. Alabama Experiment Station
Alabama Extension Service

47. Gulf Of Maine Council
Foraging ecology of roseate terns breeding on Bird Island, Buzzards Bay, massachusetts.Report to USFWS, Newton Corner, MA. 54 p. Univ. Maryland coop. ext.
Home About Us Site Map User Survey ... Contact Us
Gulf of Maine Library Collection
Identification of Important Habitats in the Lower Casco Bay (Maine) Watershed
Literature Cited Adamus, P.R. 1986. The cumulative impacts of development in southern Maine: Wetlands: Their locations, functions, and value. Augusta: Maine State Planning Office. 69p.
Andrews, R., G. Atwell, B.G. Blodget, I.C.T. Nisbet, and M. Scheibel. 1989. Recovery plan for roseate tern, Sterna dougallii , northeastern population. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Region 5. 86 p.
Andrews, R. 1990. Coastal waterbird colonies: Maine to Virginia 1984-85; Part 1. Maine to Connecticut. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, MA. 429 p.
Atwood, J.L. and D.E.Minsky. 1983. Least tern foraging ecology at three major California breeding colonies. Western Birds 14:57-72.
Atwood, J.L. and B.W. Massey. 1988. Site fidelity of least terns in California. The Condor 90:389-394.
Bilby, R.E. 1984. Characteristics and frequency of cool-water areas in a western Washington stream. J. Freshw. Ecol. 2:593-602.

48. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
Barshefsky, Karen, extension Educator, University of massachusetts. Faye, extensionEducator, Family Resource Management, University of Connecticut coop. ext.

Professional Database
Children, Youth and Families Professionals Database
The purpose of the CYFERnet Experts Database 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 Adcock, Bryan Child and Family Development Specialist University Outreach and Extension Anderson, Sarah Professor and Extension Family Life Specialist University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Servi Andrews, Rosa Coordinator NC 4-H School-Age Care Program North Carolina State University Anthony, Wilbon Extension Educator Prevention University of Illinois Extension Arrington, Wandra Extension Youth Development Agent Alcorn State University - Extension Program Bailey, Sandra (Sandy) Montana State University Bales, Diane Human Development Specialist University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Barbour, Joella Family and Human Developement Agent Virginia Cooperative Extesnion Barker, Heidi

49. Gardening Organizations Directory
The Gfhs is dedicated to education and service to the coop.ext.
GardenWeb Directory
Gardening Organizations Directory (Entries are listed in random order.)
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Tampa African Violet Society Tampa, FL The Tampa African Violet Society is affiliated with the African Violet Society of America. It is an organization of members interested in the propagation and culture of the African Violet (Saintpaulia) and its relatives. The Center of Living,Growing and Gardening Inc. Matoaka, WV Brevard Rare Fruit Council The Brevard Rare Fruit Council is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the introduction, propagation and distribution of new species, improved varieties and mutations of fruit plants. Orange County Branch of the National Fuchsia Society Garden Grove, CA Secret Gardens of the East Bay, a garden tour Oakland, CA An extraordinary tour of ten private gardens in the Bay Area of California. Tickets are $45 per person and include a keepsake booklet with detailed descriptions of each garden, a map, and directions for the self-guided tour. Minnesota State Horticultural Society Our mission is to encourage and improve the science and practice of northern horticulture through developing the public's enjoyment, appreciation and understanding of plants. We offer classes, 'Northern Gardener' magazine, a library, an extensive bookstore and more. SCS Engineers Long Beach, CA

50. Federal Pest Management Agencies
USDA coop. 1 South North Brunswick NJ 089023390, (732) 932 - 9575 ext. 605. Universitiesof Connecticut, Maine, massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and
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Pest Management Contacts
New England

Date, State, Topic
by Topic,
plus: Fact Sheet Finder Pest Forecasts Surveys Profiles ... Upcoming Events New England-wide (Federal) Pest Management programs and agencies Organization Contacts Address Phone EPA Office of Pesticide Programs Contacts Ariel Rios Building 1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW Washington, DC 20460 EPA Office of Science Coordination and Policy Email EPA - New England Email 1 Congress Street Suite 1100 Boston MA 02114-2023 Mail Stop 2220 Washington, DC 20250-2220 New England Ag Statistics Service Email 22 Bridge Street, 3rd Floor PO Box 1444 Concord NH 03302-1444 Northeast Aquatic Nuisance Species Panel Michele Tremblay USDA Economic Research Service Contacts 1800 M Street NW Washington, DC 20036-5381

51. CYD Bulletin
years of paid employment in any of the following is essential coop. ext. The Watershedincludes massachusetts, New Hampshire, Maine, New Brunswick, and parts
Volume 2, No. 1
Winter 2001 Your Community Youth Development Resource Guide
Community Youth Development Professionals: We welcome your contribution to the CYD Bulletin. Ads will appear in the CYD Journal print publication as well as on the web site. Rates are as follows:
Call 617.522.3435 to reserve space, or email us today. Click here to see our complete ad rate sheet. Job Opportunity
Youth Development Advisor Riverside County (Moreno Valley)
The University of CA seeks career-track academic to provide an educ/applied research program on youth issues focusing on adolescent development in Riverside County. Conduct applied research independently or in coop. with Ext. Specialists/Advisors/UC faculty/local agency personnel. Work w/local youth-serving agencies on planning and development activities. Develop/coordinate non-formal educ. programs for adults working w/youth; and an educ. program for volunteers, mainly 4-H leaders in the county, and to parents. Provide oversight to 4-H program.
Master's degree in Education, Adolescent Development, or closely related field required. Two or more years of paid employment in any of the following is essential: Coop. Ext. or similar youth-serving organization; teaching adolescents in formal or non-formal settings; teaching parents, volunteers or youth-serving professionals. Apply by March 30, 2001 to: Cheryl Gneckow, Univ. of CA, Riverside 92521; 909/787-3604

52. Hugh Chester Jones
Ph.D., Virginia Tech., 1985 MS, Virginia Tech., 1982 BS, University of massachusetts,1978 Dipl. Harrisburg, PA, NRAES, coop. ext., Ithaca, NY, January 1012.

Department of Animal Science
Hugh Chester-Jones
Associate Professor
Dairy and Beef Production Systems
Southern Research and Outreach Center
35838 120th Street
Waseca, MN 56093-4521
Telephone: 507-835-3620
Fax: 507-835-3622
Education Ph.D., Virginia Tech., 1985 M.S., Virginia Tech., 1982 B.S., University of Massachusetts, 1978 Dipl. Ag. Marketing and Bus. Admin., Harper Adams University College, UK, 1970 National Dipl. Ag. with Distinction in Animal Husbandry, UK, 1969 Research Interests Whole-dairy farm nutrient balance profiles focused on nitrogen and macromineral accountability; dairy and beef production systems and management; protein-energy relationships with health, management and growth of dairy calves from birth raised for heifer replacements or dairy-beef; feeding commodity byproducts to ruminants; forage utilization (confinement and pasture) and ruminant mineral metabolism; dairy herd health and nutrition; general animal welfare; food quality and safety. Publications (last 5 years Refereed Articles Baumgard, L. H., W. J. Weber, G. W. Kazmer, S. A. Zinn, L. B. Hansen, H. Chester-Jones, and B. A. Crooker. 2002. Effects of selection for milk yield on growth hormone response to growth hormone releasing factor in growing Holstein calves. J. Dairy Sci. 85:2529-2540.

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54. HIA Contacts
massachusetts There is a vacancy for State Program Manager 7973845 E-mail, MortonVirgin Islands Cooperative extension service University of
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
Ph: 202-401-4980, Fax: 202-401-1706
U.S. Department of Agriculture - Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service
EPA Partner
Dennis Hellberg U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Indoor Environments Division 1200 Pennsylvania Ave., NW (MC 6609J) Washington, D.C. 20460 Ph: 202-343-9366, Fax: 202-565-2071 E-ma il: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency - Indoor Environments Division Project Director Michael P. Vogel Montana State Univ. Extension Service

55. Library References
Technical Bulletin 268. The University of Arizona, extension service, AgriculturalExperiment Station, Tucson, AZ. coop. ext. Agric. Exp. Sta.Univ.
Library References
While there is a large volume of meterological information available on the Internet, it represents only a small percentage of the actual total. The majority of meteorological information resides in public and university libraries. The Internet is no substitute for a good library. Although it is tedious and time consuming, proper library research is necessary for any project. Governments documents contain a wealth of weather data. Librarians can provide assistance and suggstions in finding resources. Most major libraries have inter-library loan agreements with other institutions.
University of Arizona Library

AZMET Publications
  • Brown, P. and Russell, B. 1987-1995. Weather Data and On-Line Documentation . The Arizona Meteorological Network (AZMET) Computer Bulletin Board. The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service, Tucson, AZ.
  • Brown, P. and Russell, B. 1987-1995. Weather Data and On-Line Documentation . The Phoenix Node Turf Computer Bulletin Board. The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service, Tucson, AZ. Phoenix City Water Conservation Department, Phoenix, AZ.
  • Brown, P., B. Russell, J. Silvertooth, L. Moore, S. Stedman, G. Thacker, L. Hood, S. Husman, D. Howell and R. Cluff. 1992.
  • 56. CUNA: The Credit Union National Association
    ongoing and new research projects, including the service Performance Report Jeannecan be reached at 800356-9655, ext. 4226, or via email at
    Home Governmental Affairs Regulatory Advocacy Compliance ... Related Sites bannerAd("top")
    Bill Hampel, Senior Vice President, Research and Advisory The Research and Policy Analysis Department performs Market Research for Credit Unions and State Credit Union leagues, maintains a comprehensive Financial Data Base on Credit Unions and does a variety of Research on Financial and Economic issues of interest to the Credit Union movement. Hampel also writes Economic Analysis columns for several Credit Union Publications. Before joining CUNA, Hampel was an Assistant Professor of Economics at the University of Montana at Missoula. Before that he was an Instructor of Economics at Iowa State University at Ames. He has a Ph.D. in Economics from Iowa State. Hampel served as a staff member at Navy Federal Credit Union in Virginia during a one-year sabbatical in 1989-90, where he studied credit union operations and carried out a variety of consulting projects. He is a member of the American Economic Association and the National Association of Business Economists.
    Mike Schenk, Vice President, Economics and Statistics

    57. Ruffed Grouse Society - Coverts Program
    Connecticut, Steve Broderick University of CT coop. ext.Ctr 139 WolfDen Rd. massachusetts, David B. Kittredge University of MA For.

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    PRIVATE lands education through seminars.
    History and Goals
    currently involved states
    (in blue on the following map), or a neighboring state, you may contact the appropriate coordinator below to request an application to be considered for one of the 20-40 openings available each year per state.
    State Contact Name/Address
    Phone / Fax
    Connecticut Steve Broderick University of CT Coop. Ext.Ctr 139 Wolf Den Rd. Brooklyn, CT 06234-1729 Link to Website To MAP Indiana Brian MacGowan Extension Wildlife Specialist Purdue University P.O. Box 265 1250 N. Franklin Ave., Suite 1 Brookville, IN 47012 FAX: 765.647.4150 Link to Website To MAP Massachusetts David B. Kittredge Box 34210 Amherst, MA 01003-4210 (413)545-4358 (fax) Link to Website To MAP Maine Project currently inactive Maryland Jonathan Kays Univ of MD Natural Resources 18330 Keedysville Rd.

    58. Abbreviated Titles 1995 : F
    Extension service, University of massachusetts 275.29 M381FR Fruit Notes coop ExtServ Univ Mass* Fruit notes cooperative Extension service, University of
    Abbreviated Titles : F
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    59. Two Nutrition Positions Open With Coop Ext
    Two Nutrition Positions Open with coop ext. within the University of Californiaand are eligible for sabbatic leave after a specified length of service.
    Two Nutrition Positions Open with Coop Ext
    jikeda@socrates.Berkeley.EDU jikeda@socrates.Berkeley.EDU
    Tue, 26 Sep 2000 16:40:37 -0700 ; or, Division Website: Joanne P. Ikeda,MA,RD Co Director Center on Weight and Health Cooperative Extension Nutrition Education Specialist Department of Nutritional Sciences University of California, Berkeley, CA 94720-3104 Phone (510)642-2790 FAX (510)642-0535 E-Mail:

    60. Regional Services - BRLS
    Services Office or the Interlibrary Loan Department (ext. power of libraries acrossthe State of massachusetts. The materials coop will let you order from

    BRLS Home
    About the Region Regional Services Member Libraries ... Contacting the Region Under the Regional program, Boston Public Library provides specific services to BRLS member libraries . These services include:
    Access to Electronic Databases
    Interlibrary Loan Continuing Education Document Delivery Cooperative Purchasing Reference Assistance Delivery Service Consulting and Advisory Assistance Youth Services ... Contact Information for Member Library Services
    Access to Online Databases Member libraries are eligible to access the online full-text periodical databases provided through a cooperative effort between the MA Board of Library Commissioners and the six Regional Systems. Database Name Access Locations Content Descriptions Infotrac from Gale In Library and Home access too! Databases Included FirstSearch from OCLC for Library Staff only The Boston Globe from Newsbank In Library and Home access too! The Boston Herald from Newsbank In Library and Home access too! from Newsbank In Library and Home access too!

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