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ERIC Number: ED328376
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jun
Pages: 79
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
Agriculture and Community Development Interface. Joint Meeting of the Southern Region State Leaders for Agriculture and Natural Resources and Community Resource Development Proceedings (October 8-11, 1989, Williamsburg, Virginia).
Warner, Paul D., Ed.; Campbell, Raymond, Ed.
This document is a summary of remarks presented at a joint meeting of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Community Resource Development state leaders in 1989. The focus of the meeting was economic viability, rural extension and education, water quality, waste management, biotechnology, low-input sustainable agriculture (LISA), and rural families and communities. The titles of conference speeches include: "Public Policy and Profitability for U.S. Agriculture: The Need for Policy Education to Improve Farm Leadership"; "Focusing on Economic Survivability: A Response"; "Rural Development: Stating the Concern"; "Rural Families and Communities: Alternative Paths to the Future"; "Rural Development Strategies and Opportunities"; "Some Thoughts on Extension's Role in Rural Development Strategies and Alternatives"; "Waste Management: Stating the Concern"; "Waste Management: Problems and Solutions"; "Policy Directions in Waste Management"; "Water Quality and Agriculture: Why Are We Concerned?"; "Family and Community Concerns in Water Quality with a Focus on Agricultural Chemicals"; "Response on Water Quality"; "LISA and Biotechnology: Stating the Concern"; "Information and Education Needs for a Sustainable Agriculture"; "Biotechnology as It Relates to Economic Issues"; "Future of the Southern Regional Extension Program: Where Are We Headed?"; and "Response of the 4-H." (TES)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Southern Rural Development Center, Mississippi State, MS.
Identifiers: Biotechnology
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