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Using Mass Media for Extension Messaging

This group is for a 2019-2020 New Technologies for Ag Extension (NTAE) project led by the National Pesticide Safety Education center with partial support from the eXtension Foundation. The project is focused on using Mass Media - radio and digital ads- to drive the public to Extension resources.

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In Case You Missed It - Webinar Recording Now Available for PVAMU Pollinator Pilot

Kara Maddox ·
Greetings Extension Family! We are excited to share the recording from this week's webinar on PVAMU's Pollinator Pilot: Outcomes, Metrics & Next Best Steps. Click below to watch the webinar today! Click here for webinar recording. Attached is the PowerPoint Presentation from the webinar. In this resource, you will find metrics from our 6-week pilot, as well as Braden's Waggle Dance video! Our team continues to work with PVAMU to create accessible pollinator stewardship resources. Visit...
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PVAMU Fall Garden Guide & Fall Planting Guide Now available!

Kara Maddox ·
Greetings Team! Nathan Hermond with PVAMU and I have posted our Fall Guides on AgNearMe.com - you can access them today! Click here for access! Stay tuned for our Thanksgiving Guide set to launch this Thursday! Warmly, Kara & Nathan
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PVAMU Winter Garden Guide Now Available on AgNearMe.com!

Kara Maddox ·
Happy New Year! Nathan Hermond with PVAMU and I have posted our Winter Guide on AgNearMe.com - you can access the guide today! Click here for access! Stay tuned for our Spring Guides coming soon! Warmly, Kara & Nathan
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BUZZZZZZ - It's a Wasp Guide for Springtime in Texas!

Kara Maddox ·
It's Springtime and Nathan Hermond with PVAMU and I have a Spring Wasp Guide in the works. Please take a moment to vote on the design you like best. CLICK HERE TO VOTE! The final design will be posted on AgNearMe.com and included in NPSEC's April Newsletter. Please let me know if you're not interested in receiving a digital copy by emailing karamaddox@npsec.us. Happy Spring!
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Re: BUZZZZZZ - It's a Wasp Guide for Springtime in Texas!

Former Member ·
I'm interested in receiving a digital copy. poppy playtime
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Re: PVAMU Fall Garden Guide & Fall Planting Guide Now available!

Former Member ·
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Re: PVAMU Winter Garden Guide Now Available on AgNearMe.com!

Former Member ·
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Re: PVAMU Winter Garden Guide Now Available on AgNearMe.com!

Former Member ·
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