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41. About The National Extension Diversity Center -- Strengthening Our Capacity To S
Gina Eubanks Southern University coop. Professor pennsylvania State University Agriculturaland extension Education Berger (435) 7971784
Employing Staff Development Reaching Audiences Organizational Change ... Help
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Athal Pierce
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Dony Gapasin
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Peter Stortz
Palmer Research Center

University of Alaska
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Mrs. Jack Uhrle
Extension Program
American Samoa Community College No e-mail address available
Jim A. Christenson , Director Cooperative Extension University of Arizona
Donna Rothberg Cooperative Extension Service University of Arkansas Mr. Lott Rolfe, III Cooperative Extension Program University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff
Eugene M. Britt University of California Systems Judith E. Kingston

42. Adventure GPS Products - Customer List
University; Oregon State University; pennsylvania College of Technology; pennsylvaniaState University (coop. ext. Outreach); Penta County Vocation
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Customer List Here is a partial list of previous customers
  • AirTouch Cellular
  • Bell South Personal Communications
  • Container Company of South Carolina
  • Eastman Kodak
  • Enterprise Products GTE Supply
  • Hewlett Packard
  • KXAN Television
  • Lockheed Martin (TX) Logicon Geodynamics
  • Marathon Ashland Pipeline
  • Mercury Marine Nokia Mobile Phones
  • Northrop Grumman Pacific Bell Wireless
  • Primeco Personal Communications Purity Wholesale Grocery
  • Raytheon E-Systems
  • SAIC-McLean, VA
  • Science Application International Corp Shell Environmental Group
  • Shell Pipeline Corp.
  • Southwestern Bell
  • Verizon Wireless (Atlanta) Xerox
Search and Rescue/ Fire/ EMT/ Law Enforcement
  • Antelope Valley Search and Rescue, CA
  • City of Port Orange, Fire Rescue Dept., FL

43. Pest Monitoring And Recordkeeping
By checking references, such as the Southeast pennsylvania IPM research group s report,he learns that the eggs of pine needle scale hatch Maryland coop. ext.
Pest Monitoring and Recordkeeping
Inspecting your plants on a regular basis is essential to identifying and evaluating plant problems in their early stages. You can then determine what, if any, action should be taken to control these problems. To effectively monitor the health of landscape plants, you must be able to identify the plants, their pests, and their diseases, and to understand how all of these are affected by the weather and by the environment. Professionals who are trained to do this are called Integrated Pest Management (IPM) scouts or Plant Health Care (PHC) technicians. Whether you attempt to develop these skills yourself or hire a professional to assist you, you will benefit from understanding the following components of monitoring your landscape plants.
Recognizing Signs and Symptoms
To determine the cause of a plant problem, you must be able to interpret any clues on the plant. Signs are a visible part of the cause of the problem, like insects, insect eggs or part of a fungus. Symptoms are abnormal changes in the plant which can result from disease or insect problems, an unsuitable growing environment, accidental herbicide exposure, or other conditions. Some symptoms of insect damage to plants are: discoloration or distortion of leaves, blossoms or twigs, chewing damage, cracked bark, and dieback of plant parts. The appearance of the damage is sometimes enough to identify the insect that caused it even if the actual insects are not seen. Some symptoms of plant diseases are: spots or dead areas on leaves or stems, abnormal growth or coloration, and sudden wilting.

Definitions of terms used in Weed Science (coop. ext. service Univ. of Florida).Search for herbicide label and MSDS (Crop Protection Reference Greenbook ).


If you have any questions, comments about this page or want to add a link, please send an e-mail to Shawn Askew COOPERATIVE EXTENSION SERVICE
Web-Sites in the northeastern United States If you are looking for weed identification resources,


Other Extension Websites: The Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service - USDA Links to Cooperative Extension Services in the United States (list by the State) NASD - National Ag Safety Database (USA) Pesticide Poisoning Handbook - excellent resourse on pesticide toxicology information. C.A.F.F.E.I.N.E. - Canadian Agriculture, Farm and Food: Extension Information Network and Exchange. FBMInet-BC - Farm Business Management Information for British Columbia EXTOXNET - Extension Toxicology Network (Maintained at Oregon State University) back to the top RELATED PAGES HOME SOCIETY PUBLICATIONS ANNUAL MEETING ... LINKS If you have any questions, comments about this page or want to add a link, please send an e-mail to

45. Fruit Horticulture - Internet Resource Material
Trees (Internet Slide presentation), Robert M. Crassweller, pennsylvania State University. SmallFruit, DG Pfetffer, KS Yoder, Chris Bergh, Virginia coop. ext. resources.htm
Fruit Horticulture - Internet Resources
(Actual URL Addresses Shown) Information Sources The Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop The Mid-Atlantic Regional Fruit Loop: The Virginia Fruit Page - Extension, Research and Teaching in Fruit Crops , Maintained by: Douglas G. Pfeiffer, Department of Entomology, Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia Tree Fruit in the Home Garden , Diane Relf, and Rich Marini, Publication Number 426-841, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech. (August 2000) Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland Cooperative Extension 2004 Spray Bulletin for Commercial Tree Fruit Growers, Bulletin Coordinator: D.G. Pfeiffer, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Virginia, Publication number 456-419. (January 2004) 20002-2003 Pennsylvania Tree Fruit Production Guide , AGRS-45, College of Agriculture Science, Penn State Cooperative Extension, Penn State.

46. Coop Distributor Listing
Ozark coop Warehouse 1800-967-2667 service area AL, AR, FL Mountain People s Warehouse800/679-8735, ext. 3554 service Area AL, AZ, CA, HI, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT
Co-op Distributors
Coop Directory Service
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Coop Directory Listing
Most of these distributors (except the herb companies) carry the following items: groceries (stuff in cans, bottles and boxes), bulk food (large bags of grains, etc.), produce, dairy, frozen food, supplements and personal care products. If you contact any co-op or warehouse you find here, please tell them that the Co-op Directory Service referred you to them. Note that only three distributors listed below are strictly co-ops owned by their customers (Ozark, Frontier, and Tucson Frontier Natural Products Co-op
Serves the nation with herbs, spices, organic coffee, and aromatherapy products
Retail mail order? YES (no minimum order size)
On-line BC ordering? YES
Minimum BC order $75 (smaller order $5 s/h)
Membership application? YES
Individual retail on-line sales? YES Ozark Coop Warehouse
Service area: AL, AR, FL, GA, KS, LA, MO, MS, OK, Western TN, TX
Service area map? YES YES On-line BC ordering? YES Minimum BC order? $300 -$500

47. State Coordinators
Agent/CEDH Rutgers coop. ext., Bergen Cty. pennsylvania. Toni Bilik 102 TysonBldg., Penn State Univ. Dept. VERMONT. Neil Pelsue Univ. Of Vermont ext.
State Master Gardener Coordinators STATE MASTER GARDENER COORDINATORS Please send any update information to Marianne Riofrio at: ALABAMA Mary Beth Musgrove
25 Extension Hall
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5630
phone: (334) 844-5481
E-mail: MONTANA Bob Gough
P.O. Box 173120
Montana State University
Bozeman, MT. 59717-3120 phone: (406) 994-6523
E-mail: ALASKA
Cooperative Extension Service, UAF PO BOX 75-8155 Fairbanks AK 99775 Phone (907) 474-2423 Fax (907) 474-6885 website: NEBRASKA Susan Schoneweis Extension Coordinator - Home/ Environmental Horticulture Univ. of Nebraska- Lincoln 377 Plant Science Lincoln, NE. 68583-0724 phone: (402) 472-1128 fax: (402) 472-8650 E-mail:

48. Databases
pennsylvania Flora Project A searchable database of pennsylvania. Publications Universityof Rhode Island, Sustainable Trees and Shrubs Rutgers coop. ext.
Preferred Vendors Recognition Home FlastClick ... Past Articles Databases
  • Welcome to the Encyclopedia by Common Names
    Index of plants by Botanical names

  • The Meanings of Latin names
    National Agricultural Library Article Citation Databas
    Definitions of botanical terms are available at:
    Kemper Garden Center for Home Gardening Alphabetical List of Plants in PlantFinde
    links to three plant encyclopedias. The HortiPlex database is searchable by common or botanical name, and includes images and links to sources. The Plants Database , compiled by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, lists invasive and noxious plants, as well as threatened and endangered species. The lists are searchable by state, and can be sorted by common or botanical name. The database includes cultivation information, a botanical dictionary, worldwide weather links, and zone temperatures.
    has merged several digital collections developed at Ohio State University to become an international knowledge bank and multimedia learning center.
  • 49. CIS/TCS Voice Communications
    NYNEX Business service Center, 6244073, *9-96. NYNEX Residential serviceCenter, 430-8100, *9-92. UNH coop-ext Belknap County, 524-1737, *9-29.
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    UNH Speed Dial List Bank of NH, Manchester Boise Cascade CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares, Inc. Carlson Travel, Durham Classified Advertising CLL Concord CLL North Country Region CLL Seacoast Region CM Calley Association Colonial Pest Control, Inc. Corzilius, Matuszewski, Krause Arch., PA Colby Sawyer College, New London, NH Coopers and Lybrand, Boston, MA Coopers and Lybrand, Manchester, NH Duke Univ Medical Center EBPA Employee Assistance Program Engelberth Construction Ellenzwieg Associates, Inc. Federal Express Fisher Scientific Graham Gund Architects Healthsource of NH HMO, Concord Hutter Construction Corporation JSA Keene State College Knoebel Engineering Inc. Lavallee/Brensinger Prof. Assoc. MacMillin Company, Inc. Matthew Thornton Health Plan HMO Miller Engineering and Testing NE Bd of Higher Edu, Boston, MA NH College, Manchester, NH NH Commission on Agriculture NH Department of Agriculture NH Department of Education NH Farm Bureau NH Federal Credit Union NH State Planning Office NH Veterinary Office NYNEX Business Service Center NYNEX Residential Service Center OPG Construction, Gilford, NH

    50. CES CYF Network Human Resources Database
    Cason, Katherine L, Associate Professor, The pennsylvania State University. 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

    51. MILK - References
    Sanitation and Waste Management Series, coop. ext. extension Agricultural Engineer,Agricultural Engineering Department, pennsylvania State University
  • Dairy Housing, Proceedings of The National Dairy Housing Conference , American Society of Agricultural Engineers, ASAE, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1973.
  • Dairy Housing, Proceedings of The Second National Dairy Housing Conference , American Society of Agricultural Engineers, ASAE, St. Joseph, Michigan, 1983.
  • Fairbank, W. C., Olson, E. H., and Hutton, G. A. Dairy Waste Storage Ponds For Soil-Plant Recycling , Bul. AXT-n88, Ag. Sanitation and Waste Management Series, Coop. Ext. Serv., University of California, 1972.
  • Graves, R. E., Jones, D. D., Loudon, T. E. Milking Facility Wastewater Handling and Disposal , Agriculture Engineer, Pine Meadow Farms, Northfield, Massachusetts; Extension Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Engineering Department, Purdue University; Extension Agricultural Engineer, Agricultural Engineering Department, Michigan State University.
  • Jones, D. D. Flushing Systems for Livestock Buildings , PIH 78-03. West Lafayette, Indiana. Agricultural Engineering Department, Purdue University.
  • Jones, D. D., Yaahner, J. E.
  • 52. HORT 414 Small Fruit Production
    Purdue Univ. coop. ext. Pub. ID169. 2002. Commercial Berry Production and PestManagement Guide, 2002-2004. AGRS-53 pennsylvania State University.

    53. AIAEE Conference Research Papers And Authors
    107. Bruening, Thomas H. Carey, Harry. pennsylvania State University, USA pennsylvaniaState University, USA. coop. ext., USA Ohio State University extension, USA.
    Index Papers Carousel Abstracts Poster Abstracts Authors and Papers Accepted
    (Alphabetical order by primary author)
    pp An Impact Study to Close Phase I of the Agricultural Rehabilitation Project Funded by the World Bank in the Youngest Independent Country – East Timor Achuonjei, Peter Nang
    da Cruz, Cesar Jose
    Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, Democratic Republic of East Timor Farmers’ Perceptions of the Effectiveness of the Agricultural Rehabilitation Project (ARP) Information Campaign, East Timor Achuonjei, Peter Nang
    dos Santos, Fernando
    Reyes, Yonis
    Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries, Democratic Republic of East Timor Integrating Farmers, their Local Level Institutions, and Social Capital into Extension Delivery Systems in Sub-Saharan Africa: Issues, Challenges, and Implications Alonge, Adewale Johnson Miami-Dade Public Schools, USA and Africa Diaspora Partnership for Empowerment
    An Analysis of Extension Agents’ Attitudes in the State of Jordan Towards Farm Business Management and Their Assessment of Training Needs
    Al-Rimawi, Ahmad Shukri

    54. NAQ, No. 39: Cover Crops At A Glance
    Davis, CA, No. 497. U. Mass. coop. ext. service, 1971. MassachusettsLand Use and Soil Management Guides. Publication No. 24. 7
    Web Site Index
    New Alchemy Quarterly, No. 39
    Cover Crops at a Glance
    compiled by Mark Schonbeck and Ralph DeGregorio
    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.

    55. Riparian Working Group: References
    A Heritage for the 21st Century Conserving pennsylvania’s Native Biological Diversity minutevideo, GP, 410827-8056 $15/copy/Also available from PA coop. ext.
    Riparian Forest Buffer References
    Riparian Home

    General Buffer Information
    Riparian Buffer Initiative Riparian Buffer Maps ... Site Map
    Reference/Author/Content Format Audience Contact/Cost Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay, 1997. Wetland and Riparian Stewardship in Pennsylvania, A guide to Voluntary Options for Landowners, Local Governments and Organizations. Harrisburg, PA. 334 page booklet L; M; W, S, C, E Groups ACB 717-236-8825
    $1/copy Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. January 1996. Riparian Forest Buffers. Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay. White Paper GP ACB 1-800-662-CRIS American Forests, Global Releaf.10 Reasons to plant a tree with Global Releaf this holiday season Pamphlet GP American Forests,PO Box 2000, Washington, DC 20013. 1-800-545-TREE Austin, S.H. and J. Mehring, Riparian Forest Handbook 1: Appreciating and Evaluating Stream Side Forests.Virginia Department of Forestry. 48 page handbook NRMP; W, S, C, E Groups Bouquet River Association.How to Hold Up Banks: Using All The Assets.A stream erosion control booklet.

    56. B_E-G
    Puma in Kansas. coop. ext., Kansas State Univ., Manhattan. 8pp. Wildl. ext., Univ.of Ca., Davis. 8pp. Old Panthers Never Die. pennsylvania Game News 27(3)30.
    E - F - G East, B. 1979. Cougar Comeback in the East. Am. Forests 85(11):21, 54-59. Eaton, R.L. 1971. Florida Panther. National Parks and Cons. Mag. 45(12):18-20. Eaton, R.L. 1975. Puma-Mystery Cat. Pacific Search 9(10):6-8. Eaton, R.L., and K.A. Velander. 1977. Reproduction in the Puma:Biology, Behavior, and Ontogeny. World's Cats 3:45-70. Ebert, P.W. 1971. The Status and Management of the Felids of Oregon. In Jorgensen, S.E., and L.D. Mech (eds). Proc. of a Symposium on the Native Cats of North America; Their Status and Management. U.S. Dept. Int., Fish and Wildlife Service, Twin Cities, Minnesota. Pgs. 68-71. Egbert, A.L. 1987. Policies and Philosophies on Florida Panther Captive Breeding and Reintroduction. AAZPA Regional Proc.:767-772. Elmer, M., K.A. Logan, L.L. Sweanor, and M.G. Hornocker. 1997. Mountain Lion Food Habits in a Desert Environment: Preliminary Results. Page 85 in W.D. Padley, ed., Proc. Fifth Mountain Lion Workshop: 27 February- 1 March 1996; San Diego, California. Emmons, L.H. 1987. Comparative Feeding Ecology of Felids in a Neotropical Rainforest. Behav. Ecol. Sociobiol. 20:271-283.

    57. Become A Member Of The Pennsylvania Economic Development Association
    Phone, 814677-3152 ext. 15. Email (Click on the Email address below to send a messageto this member), Columbia Gas of pennsylvania, Inc.

    58. Become A Member Of The Pennsylvania Economic Development Association
    address below to send a message to this member), Organization,PENNTAP (pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program Phone, 412325-0191 ext.

    59. AHS - Youth Gardening - Youth Garden Resource List
    Washington State University coop. ext., King County Holly Kennell, extension Agent700 pennsylvania Horticultural Society Philadelphia Green Patricia Schrieber
    Back The Growing Connection Kids Grow Internet Community ... Youth Garden Resource List Youth Gardening
    Youth Garden Resource List
    Select a category to review links in that category.
    Formal Educational Programs and Curriculum Guides
    Ag in the Classroom

    Shirley Traxler, Director
    USDA Administration Bldg.
    Room 317-A
    Washington, DC 20025-2200
    Phone: (202) 720-5727
    Fax: (202) 690-2842 American Society for Horticultural Science 113 South West St., Suite 400 Alexandria, VA 22314-2824 Phone: (703) 836-4606 Back to the Earth Video Series Sharon Goldstein Project Director 1015 Winterton Street Pittsburgh, PA 15206 Phone: (412) 661-4852 Bountiful Gardens 1800 Shafer Ranch Rd. Willits, CA 95490

    60. 1996 Vegetable Expo, December 9 - 11, 1996
    Buyer/Grower Relations Keeping in Touch . 930 am 10am, Dr. Mike OrzolekPennsylvania State Univ. Agent, NC coop. ext. service, Southeastern NC.
    1996 Vegetable Expo, December 9 - 11, 1996
    Joseph Koury Convention Center
    Four Seasons Holiday Inn
    Greensboro, N.C. Commercial Horticulture Newsletter, July - August 1996
    MONDAY AM: SESSION #1 (E. A. Estes coordinator) DIRECT MARKETING (First of two sessions):
    Don Young, NCDA, Session Co-Chair
    William Small, NCDA, Elizabeth City, NC
    Al Wood Moderator: Don Young, NCDA, Northeastern North Carolina, P. O. Box 2066, Eliabeth City, NC 27909 (919) 331-4773 Speakers / talk titles: 9:00 am - 9:15 am Dr. John O'Sullivan
    "Introduction of Today's Program" 9:15 am - 9:45 am Don Young and
    William Small
    NCDA "Market Innovations in Carolina Direct Marketing" 9:45 am - 10:15 am Renee Riddle
    South Carolina Farm Bureau "New Concepts in South Carolina Direct Marketing" 10:15 am - 10:30 am Break 10:30 am - 10:45 am Kevin Hosey, Mgr., Knoxville Farmers' Market "Tennessee Market Innovations" 10:45 am - 11:00 am Ed Thornton Georgia Farm Bureau "Glimpses of Georgia Grower Direct Marketing Innovations" MONDAY AM: SESSION #2 (L. G. Wilson coordinator) CABBAGE AND GREENS Milton Parker, Session Chair

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