Resources for College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
|How Farmers Learn: Improving Sustainable Agricultural Education Executive Summary/Research Brief||Jun 19, 2009||2904-1291|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Electric Energy Challenge||Apr 27, 2016||4H-588NP|
|Virginia 4-H Contest Guide- Arc Welding||Apr 27, 2016||4H-595NP|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Organizational Chart||Dec 20, 2017||490-147 (VCE-899NP)|
|Common Ground: How Can Virginia Cooperative Extension Promote Civic Harmony in Our Polarized World?||
The Virginia Natural Resources Leadership Institute (VNRLI) trains agents, community leaders, activists, educators, industry officials, and environmental professionals in group strategies and personal skills for pursuing consensus-based solutions to complex local problems.
|Mar 17, 2014||AAEC-58NP|
|IMPACT: Virginia Potato Disease Advisory Impact||
Potatoes are a major food crop on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, with average annual cash receipts of $14 million (2011-13).
|Nov 13, 2014||ANR-105P|
|Virginia On-Farm Soybean Test Plots 2016||
These demonstration and research plot results are a collaborative effort of Virginia Cooperative Extension (VCE) Agents and Specialists, area producers, and agribusiness. The purpose of this publication is to provide research-based information to aid in the decision-making process for soybean producers in Virginia. It provides an unbiased evaluation of varieties, management practices, and new technologies through on-farm replicated research using producer equipment and time. These experiments enable producers to make better management decisions based on research and provide greater opportunities to improve yields and profits, which improves quality of life for them and their families.
|Jan 13, 2017||ANR-244NP|
|IMPACT: Virginia Winter Fruit School Impact||
Tree fruits are important to the agricultural economy in Virginia. The commonwealth ranks sixth in the nation in apple production, with a crop valued at more than $68 million, and 20th in peach production, with a crop valued at $4.5 million. Although smaller in acreage, cherries, pears, and plums also play an important role in some areas of Virginia. These fruit crops are susceptible to an everchanging array of insects, plant diseases, and weeds, and pest management programs are complex and knowledge-intensive.
|May 13, 2015||AREC-135NP|
|Soybean Neamtode Management Guide||Jan 2, 2012||AREC-1|
|Household Water Quality: Emergency Supplies of Water for Drinking and Food Preparation||Nov 17, 2016||BSE-209NP|
|Indicators Of Lead In Well Water||Dec 13, 2016||BSE-210NP|
|Utility Type Vehicles: UTV Maintenance and Safe Use Lawn Care Training Guide||
Utility type vehicles (UTVs) are popular equipment used in a variety of settings, including the lawn care industry. Their hauling capacity and versatility have increased their popularity, and they are widely used in rural, suburban, and urban settings for a variety of lawn care, agricultural, construction, and industrial applications. Considering that UTVs are widely used in the green industry, it is extremely important that young workers in the industry become familiar with the safe operation of UTVs. The purpose of this training guide is to familiarize young workers with the safe use of UTVs.
|Jun 6, 2014||BSE-49NP (BSE-108P)|
|Common Ground: Why Should University Faculty Partner with Virginia Cooperative Extension?||
The Virginia Household Water Quality Program (VAHWQP) works to improve the health and safety of the 1.7 million Virginians who rely on private water systems (wells, springs, and cisterns) for their household water. In the U.S., public water supplies are regulated under the Safe Drinking Water Act, which mandates regular testing and treatment for many contaminants. Homeowners who rely on private water supplies are completely responsible for routine testing of their water quality, maintaining their systems, and making decisions about water treatment.
|Feb 21, 2014||BSE-94NP|
|Agency 229 Matters||Dec 13, 2017||CALS-1099NP|
|The Impact of Agency 229||Dec 13, 2017||CALS-1122NP|
|Aging With Dignity||
Life expectancy has increased dramatically in the past 100 years: 1 in every 8 Americans is age 65 or older. For most, this means an increase in the number of healthy years. Chronological age differs from biological age. How will you age? What do you know about care options? Will you be responsible for others as they age?
|Nov 20, 2014||FCS-70P|
|Ready for School? What Should Your Child Be Able to Do?||
Every child develops at a different rate. The first five years are very important learning years because the brain is forming concepts that will last a lifetime. A preschooler’s brain grows so fast! Using the preschool years to prepare children for school is very important.
|Jun 17, 2015||FCS-79P(FCS-101P)|
|Common Ground: Why Should University Faculty Partner with Virginia Cooperative Extension?||Jul 10, 2013||VCE-129NP|
|College of Agriculture and Life Sciences/Virginia Cooperative Extension Action Plan/Implementation Guidelines for Implementing, "Common Ground"||Jul 11, 2013||VCE-130NP|
|Common Ground: Why Should University Faculty Partner with Virginia Cooperative Extension?||Jul 11, 2013||VCE-156NP|
|2012 Annual Report, Agency 229 - Partners for Progress||Jan 24, 2013||VCE-16|
|Common Ground: Why Should University Faculty Partner with Virginia Cooperative Extension?||Jul 19, 2013||VCE-163NP|
|2013 Annual Report, Agency 229 - Partners for Progress||Nov 12, 2014||VCE-196|
|2013 Virginia Ag Expo EXTRA||Jul 19, 2013||VCE-197|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension District Map||Jan 27, 2016||VCE-231NP (VCE-529NP)|
|Food Deserts in Virginia||
In 2012, Delegate Delores McQuinn introduced House Joint Resolution 88 and then in 2013 reintroduced House Joint Resolution 646 to request that the Virginia General Assembly review the issue of food deserts in Virginia. The Honorable William Howell, Speaker of the House of Delegates of the Virginia General Assembly, commissioned Alan Grant, dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Virginia Tech, and Jewel Hairston, dean of the College of Agriculture at Virginia State University, to conduct a study of food deserts in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
|Jan 22, 2014||VCE-294NP|
|2014 Virginia Ag Expo EXTRA||
The Virginia Ag Expo Extra is a newsletter that promotes the Virginia Ag Expo and includes information related to Expo activities and its co-sponsors – Virginia Cooperative Extension, the Virginia Grain Producers Association, and the Virginia Soybean Association. It is published yearly and distributed to grain producers, agribusinesses, and other interested individuals.
|Jul 22, 2014||VCE-421|
|2014 Annual Report, Agency 229 - Partners for Progress||Nov 12, 2014||VCE-444|
|Extension Planning District Map||Dec 2, 2014||VCE-461NP|
|IMPACT: Family and Consumer Sciences, Fit Extension Working to Promote Healthy Habits||Oct 24, 2013||VCE-55NP|
|2015 Annual Report, Agency 229 — Partners for Progress||Sep 30, 2015||VCE-583NP|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension — By the Numbers||Jan 27, 2016||VCE-692NP|
|Author Checklist||May 26, 2016||VCE-733NP|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Peer Reviewer Feedback Form||Jun 10, 2016||VCE-747NP|
|Virginia Cooperative Extension Peer-Reviewed Content Request Form||Jun 10, 2016||VCE-748NP|
|Peer-reviewed document template||Jul 20, 2016||VCE-750NP|
|Preparing Your Manuscript for Submission||Jul 20, 2016||VCE-751NP|