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UC ANR is hiring a Statewide Director, Communities, Nutrition and Health

Tatiana Avoce ·
Dear Colleagues, Please follow the link to learn more about the position and apply/share the information: The closing date is September 3, 2021. Thank you, Tatiana
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30% NY Initiative: Opportunities, Barriers, and Pathways to Success

Becky O'Connor ·
The 30% NY Initiative: Opportunities, Barriers, and Pathways to Success report is a product of Cornell Cooperative Extension Harvest NY and Cornell Cooperative Extension Allegany County. The report analyzes procurement data from 53 of the 57 school food authorities (SFAs) that qualified for the 30% NY Initiative during the 2019- 20 school year. In addition to analyzing procurement data, we surveyed successful SFAs to understand how they altered their diversions and use of entitlement funds...
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Reminder: CSU Extension Hort & Plant Diagnostics Agent deadline 3/1/22

Mari Hackbarth ·
Reminder that the closing date for the CSU Extension Hort and Plant Diagnostics Agent position is Tuesday, 3/1/22. Colorado State University Extension in Jefferson County (Golden, CO) is hiring a horticulture agent with experience in plant pathology and diagnostics. The Extension Agent will provide leadership and guidance in the development, delivery, and evaluation of Extension horticulture, Plant Diagnostics and Integrated Pest Management (IPM). A Completed master’s degree is required in...
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University of New Hampshire Extension seeks State Specialist, Entomology and Integrated Pest Management

Victoria Rappeport ·
The Extension state specialist in entomology and integrated pest management provides statewide leadership in agricultural integrated pest management, undertaking engaged outreach as the state’s IPM coordinator and serving as project director on Extension's federally funded IPM Extension Implementation Plan. This is a full-time, benefits-eligible position based at the University of New Hampshire’s Durham, N.H. campus. The specialist will collaborate with faculty, Extension specialists, and...
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Extension Foundation Announces Year 4 (2022-2023) New Technologies for Ag Extension Projects

Aaron Weibe ·
Fifty-seven applications were submitted by 36 Land-grant universities in response to the RFA shared by the Extension Foundation in April, 2022, for New Technologies for Ag Extension (NTAE). The Extension Foundation will be supporting 39 projects across Cooperative Extension as part of its fourth year of the NTAE program. This program is made possible by funding from USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) through a partnership with Oklahoma State University and the Extension...
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Funding Available from the North Central IPM Center

Jacque Pohl ·
Two funding opportunities are now available from the North Central IPM Center. The application deadline is Friday, November 18, 2022, at 6:00 pm EST.

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