Georgia deans tell research needs

Holmes, Cat
April 2004
Southeast Farm Press;4/21/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
Focuses on the critical funding needs for Georgia research and Extension programs. University of Georgia (UGA) deans to testify on behalf of the Georgia Agricultural Experiment Stations and Cooperative Extension Service before the U.S. House of Representatives agriculture subcommittee on conservation, credit, rural development and research; Significance of the effect of extension and research programs on the U.S. economy; Focus on teaching food safety, nutrition and health, child and family development, financial security and housing, by FCS Extension agents; Recommendation of four ways of supporting extension and research programs.


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