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Title: Guide to the community and rural development programs in IFAS
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Title: Guide to the community and rural development programs in IFAS
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Language: English
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University of Florida -- Center for Community and Rural Development
Publisher: Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville
Publication Date: [1979]
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Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Page I
    Front Cover
        Page II
    Coordination
        Page 1
    Definitions
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Community and rural development outline of program components and topics
        Page 4
    Community and rural development contacts
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Educational aids and programs available from IFAS states offices
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Back Cover
        Page 20
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HISTORIC NOTE


The publications in this collection do
not reflect current scientific knowledge
or recommendations. These texts
represent the historic publishing
record of the Institute for Food and
Agricultural Sciences and should be
used only to trace the historic work of
the Institute and its staff. Current IFAS
research may be found on the
Electronic Data Information Source
(EDIS)

site maintained by the Florida
Cooperative Extension Service.






Copyright 2005, Board of Trustees, University
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Guide to the Community and

Rural Development Programs

in IFAS


Center for Community & Rural Development
Clarence D. Edmond, Director
Florida Cooperative Extension Service
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville
John T. Woeste, Dean for Extension












GUIDE TO
THE COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS IN IFAS
University of Florida *

This guide is intended to be brief and to the point, thus it is organized
in outline form. Section I gives a very brief overview of responsibilities,
functions and coordination in IFAS. In Section II, the program and its major
components are defined. Section III shows on one page the major components
and topics. It also.shows the most appropriate "federal component number"
in parenthesis after each component or topic.
In Section IV, the outline of Section III is expanded as needed to list
the most appropriate "State Office Contacts". Note that office numbers and
phone numbers are provided.
Finally, Section V presents "Educational Aids" (written materials, visual
aids, etc.) and "Programs" (more or less complete educational packages) avail-
able for your use. The lists, although not complete, are sufficient to pre-
sent the kinds of backup and programs available.

I. COORDINATION
The Center for Community and Rural Development has the responsibility
for leadership and coordination for all aspects of the Community and Rural
Development programs in Instruction, Research, and Extension.

The Center, also functions in liaison with federal, regional and state
agencies; county and local governments;.and organizations and associations
actively interested in helping communities and small farmers.

Official credit courses in or related to Community and Rural Develop-
ment are offered by the Departments of Agricultural and Extension Education,
and Food and Resource Economics.
Any Department or Extension Unit may have personnel assigned to any
program in Community and Rural Development, regardless of whether it does
or does not receive funding from the Center.
Limited funds are available through the Center for supporting high
priority Research and Extension projects in Community and Rural Develop-
ment, including small farm programs.


Clarence D. Edmond, Director, Center for Community and Rural Development,
IFAS, University of Florida, October, 1980










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II DEFINITIONS


The IFAS Community and Rural Development program is aimed at issues
of major community impact or concern.

The "Potential Recipients", primary clientele, and contacts for Com-
munity Programs in the county are all governments (elected and appointed
officials) plus organizations (public and private) with a major public
interest in improving the county and/or its communities.
The "Potential Recipients" for small farm programs are farm families
(1) with expected farm product sales of between $1,000 and $40,000, (2)
whose family net income from all sources is below the median for non-
metropolitan family income for Florida ($14,600), and (3)who provide most
of the management for the farm, and ,are considered small for the
area by University and USDA personnel.
The Community and Rural Development program is implemented and carried
out through Research and Extension efforts with the overall goal of helping
local groups of the above leaders and citizens:
... improve their abilities to understand and help their community;
... develop and maintain organizations and institutions needed for
community improvement;
... survey and analyze their community and determine its strengths
and weaknesses, its major needs and aspirations;
... set goals and priorities for community improvement;
... develop plans, and organize and carry out projects to achieve
community goals for the following program components:
1) People Building
Various levels and mixes of formal and informal education can
fully develop personal abilities. The sharpening of these
abilities should lead to more effective citizen involvement
in community development and to better communities in the future.
2) Government, Community Organizations and Institutions
Governments, organizations, and institutions (e.g., church, social,
culture, etc.) in order to deliver governmental and social services
and to manage the community's physical resources, must continually
adapt to new situations. In some instances this may require new
governmental structures or financing arrangements or the develop-
ment of new relationships between local, area, state, and federal
levels of government. Development of organizations, associations,
and institutions within the private sector may also be needed.








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3) Comprehensive Planning

As communities change, their needs for use of resources
(natural, man-made, human, and financial) also change.
Community goals must be identified and plans formulated
to attain them. Knowledge of legal, social, and econom-
ic factors must be considered in the planning process.

4) Environment and Natural Resources
Of major importance to communities is the skillful man-
agement and use of land, water, minerals, energy and
other natural resources to meet community desires for
conservation, economic growth and stability, environ-
mental quality, and social amenities.

5) Community Economic Development
A concerted community effort to provide jobs and to in-
crease incomes is often necessary. Communities must
evaluate not only their economic potential, but also
the social, economic, and environmental impacts of
alternative economic development policies and actions.

An adequate and stable base for taxes and public rev-
enue is also essential if a community expects to fur-
nish the quantity and quality of public services desired
by its citizens.

6) Community Facilities and Services
Facilities and services that may need attention include
health, education and training, solid waste, water, sew-
age treatment, transportation, police, fire, housing, re-
creation, and special services for the aged, poorly edu-
cated, or otherwise disadvantaged citizens. Concerns here
include alternatives for ogranizing public and private re-
sources to provide community facilities and services.

7) Small Farmer Programs
Small or limited resource farmers may face educational,
financial, and quality of life problems. Educational
programs to improve production efficiency, marketing
alternatives, and off-farm supplemental employment
opportunities are often needed.

In Section III, each program component is expanded in outline
form to include major (and minor) topics. In Section IV the outline
of Section III is expanded to include names and phone numbers of
specialists who may be contacted for additional information or
assistance.




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COMMUNITY AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT OUTLINE OF PROGRAM COMPONENTS AND TOPICS*
(Involvement of leaders and citizens is considered essential for every topic.)
1. People Building
1) Health (13), Nutrition (9), and Safety (7)
2) Recreation, Cultural, and Social Development (21)
3) Leadership Development, Education, and Training (15)
4) Manpower Development (19)
2. Government, Community Organizations, and Institutions
1) Organization Development and Maintenance (16)
2) Provision for and Coordination of Services and Programs (17)
3) Operations and Finance (20)
3. Comprehensive Planning (17)
1) Inventories, Studies, and Analysis
2) Community Problems, Goals, Priorities
3) Plans for Achieving Goals
4) Action Programs and Projects
4. Environment and Natural Resource Management
1) Environmental Concerns, Policies, and Programs (17)
(1) Public Health, Safety, and Welfare
(2) Aesthetics
2) Natural Resource Management (5)
(1) Land, Water, Air, and Energy
(2) Wildlife and .Habitat
(3) Unique, Historic, and Special Areas
5. Community Economic Development
1) Jobs and Industrial Development (19 & Others) (Others as applicable
(1) Agriculture (Others as applicable)
(2) Forestry Bus. Mgt. & Econ. (3)
(3) Fisheries Ag. Mkt. (4)
(3)Mech. Sci., Tech. (6)
(4) Recreation and Tourism Mech. Sci., Tech. (6)
(5) Manufacturing, Processing, and Mining
(6) Marketing and Transportation
(7) Business and Finance
2) Tax and Public Revenue Base (19)
6. Community Services and Facilities
1) Health and Education (13)
2) Income Support and Services for Disadvantaged (18)
3) Energy Development, Utilization, and Conservation
4) Public Utilities (Water, Sewage, Solid Waste, Other) (18)
5) Public Safety (Fire, Police, etc.) (7)
6) Housing, Building Codes, and Regulations (14)
7) Recreational, Scenic, Historical, and Cultural Interests (21)
8) Transportation (Roads and Services) (18)
7. Small Farmer Programs
1) Policy and Laws (3,4,5)
2) Management and Organization (3)
3) Production (1,2)
4) Marketing (4)
5) Off-Farm Employment Opportunities (19)

Each component or topic is keyed to the most appropriate Federal Component number
(in parenthesis).







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IV. Community and Rural Development Contacts


A. State-wide Leadership
Clarence D. Edmond 3042 McCarty Hall
B. Specialist Contacts by Program Components and Topic
1. People Building
1) Health (13), Nutrition (9), and Safety (7)
(1) Health (13)
Philip Koehler (Entomology) 214 Newell Hall
Linda Moody 3033 McCarty Hall
Zoonotic Diseases and Animal Sentinels
Michael Burridge VC-90
George Meyerholz VH-120
Paul Nicoletti VC-95
Health Programs
Bo Beaulieu 119 Rolfs Hall
(2) Nutrition (9)
Pat Wagner 3014 McCarty Hall
Nutritional Status-Jim Dinning 467 Food Sci.B
Ellen Templeton-(Food Prep. & Pres.) 3031 MCC H
(3) Safety (7)
Gary Erisman 108 Frazier Rogers Hall
Dick Matthews 325 Food Science Building
Linda Moody 3033 McCarty Hall
2) Recreation, Cultural, and Social Development (21)
Bill Burk 3041 McCarty Hall
Marion Clarke 120 Newins-Zeigler Hall
Evelyn Rooks 3041 McCarty Hall
3) Leadership Development, Education,.and Training
(1) Leadership Development and Maintenance (15)
Bo Beaulieu 119 Rolfs Hall
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Virgil Elkins FAMU. Tallahassee 90
Bill Farrington 305 Rolfs Hall
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall
Elizabeth Bolton 3005 McCarty Hall
Max McGhee 305 Rolfs Hall
Carey Moxley G-125 McCarty Hall
(2) Education and Training (15)
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Virgil Elkins FAMU, Tallahassee 90
Bill Farrington 305 Rolfs Hall
Max McGhee 305 Rolfs Hall
Barbara Taylor 3041 McCarty Hall
Alto Straughn 313 Rolfs Hall
Bill Summerhill 313 Rolfs Hall
Communications with Lowly Educated Farmers
Jim Nehiley- G-022 McCarty Hall
Lawrence Carter FAMU, Tallahassee 90
Training in Vocational Horticulture
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Dewayne Ingram 2523 HS/PP


2-1718



2-1938
2-2202

2-4756
2-4847
2-4756

2-1747


2-1839
1dg.2-1991
all 2-2030

2-2468
2-1991
2-2202

2-2201
2-1837
2-2201


2-1747
2-0502
4-222-1223
2-0502
2-1758
2-1987
2-0502
2-1017

2-0502
4-222-1223
2-0502
2-0502
2-2201
2-0386
2-0386

2-1771
14-599-3546

2-0502
2-1834







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(4) Manpower Development (19)
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Chuck Covey 1117 McCarty Hall
Bill Farrington- 305 Rolfs Hall
Max McGhee 305 Rolfs Hall
Labor Management Program
Carey Moxley G-125 McCarty Hall


2-0502
2-1854
2-0502
2-0502

2-1017


2. Government, Community Organizations, and Institutions
1) Organization Development and Maintenance (16)
Bo Beaulieu 119 Rolfs Hall 2-1747
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall 2-0502
Virgil Elkins FAMU, Tallahassee 904-222-1223
2) Provision for and Coordination of Services & Programs (17)
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
3) Operations and Finance (20)
None


3. Comprehensive Planning
Rod Clouser
Gary Erisman
John Gordon


(17)
- G-091 McCarty Hall
- 108 Frazer Rogers Hall
- G-091 McCarty Hall


1) Inventories, Studies, Analysis
John Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall
Max McGhee 305 Rolfs Hall
Bo Beaulieu 119 Rolfs Hall
Bill Farrington 305 Rolfs Hall
Randy Brown -(Planning & Land Use)
McCarty Hall
Roy Carriker -(Nat. Resources)-G-09
Larry Harris -(Nat. Resources)- 308
2) Community Problems, Goals, Priorities
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall
3) Plans for Achieving Goals
Jimmy Cheek 305 Rolfs Hall
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall
4) Action Programs and Projects
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall
Wally Milon G-155 McCarty Hall


- G-187-A


9 McCarty Hall
N-Z Hall


2-0502
2-1758
2-1758
2-0502
2-1747
2-0502

2-1951Ext. 31
2-0518
2-4851

2-1758
2-1758

2-0502
2-1758

2-1758
2-1758
2-2338


2-1758
2-2468
2-1758







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4. Environment and Natural Resource Management
1) Environmental Concerns, Policies, and Programs (17)
Roy Carriker G-099 McCarty Hall 2-0518
Harvey Cromroy (Pesticides)- 3103 McCarty Hall2-3104
Gary Erisman 108 Frazier Rogers Hall 2-2468
Julian Juergensmeyer -(Legal)- 352 HOL 2-2211
Clyde Kiker G-112 McCarty Hall 2-1757
Philip Koehler (Fly Problems)- 214 Newell Hall2-1938
Wally Milon G-155 McCarty Hall 2-2338
Kathy Wood (Energy) 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
(1) Public Health, Safety, and Welfare
Philip Koehler -(Fly Problems)- 214 Newell Hall 2-1938
Linda Moody 3033 McCarty Hall 2-2202
(2) Aesthetics
Dewayne Ingram 2523 HS/PP 2-1834
2) Natural Resource Management (5)
Roy Carriker G-099 McCarty Hall 2-0518
Wally Milon G-155 McCarty Hall 2-2338
Julian Juergensmeyer (Legal) 352 HOL 2-2211
Barry Baldwin (Pollution Abatem't) 101 ROG 2-2468
Del Bottcher (Pollution Abatem't) 1MA ROG 2-1864
(1) Land, Water, Air, Energy
-Land
Vic Carlisle G-175A McCarty Hall 2-1951
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Faye Plowman 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
Kathy' Wood 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
-Water
Roy Carriker G-099 McCarty Hall 2-0518
Dalton Harrison 101 Rogers Hall 2-2468
Allen Smajstrla 101 Rogers Hall 2-2468
Katey Walker 3014 McCarty Hall 2-1839
Also see 2) Personnel
-Air
See 2) Personnel
-Energy
Chuck Delaney -.3038 McCarty Hall 2-1771
Louis Conde 342 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-4851
Michael Ellerbrock 11 89 McCarty Hall 2-2297
Don Post 347 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-1850
Jim Stanley 101 Frazier Rogers Hall 2-2468
Kathy Wood 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
Also See 2) Personnel
(2) Wildlife and Habitats
Donald Forrester J4 JHMHC 2-1841
Larry Harris 308 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-4851
Tony Jensen 345 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-4851
Also See 2)- Personnel




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(3) Unique, Historic, and Special Areas
Vic Carlisle G-175A McCarty Hall 2-1951
Nadine Hackler 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
Also See 2) Personnel
5. Community Economic Development
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
David Mulkey 1117 McCarty Hall 2-1854
1) Jobs and Industrial Development (19 and Others)
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
David Mulkey 1117 McCarty Hall 2-1854
(1) Agriculture (1-4)
Wyland Cripe (Livestock Prev. Med.)-J125 JHMHC 2-4868
Harvey Cromroy -(Entomology) 3103 McCarty Hall 2-1304
George Meyerholz -(Ext. Vet.)-J136 JHMHC 2-4847
Dewayne Ingram -(O.H.) 2523 HS/PP 2-1834
Lawrence Halsey (Veg.) 2231 HS/PP 2-1794
Tim Hewitt (General) ARC Marianna 904-594-3241
Also See 1) Personnel
(2) Forestry (1-4)
Mitchell Flinchum 118 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-4851
Robert Wilkinson -(Entomology)-3103 McCarty Hall 2-1440
Also See 1) Personnel
(3) Fisheries (1-4)
Paul Cardeilhac -(Aquatic Pre. Med.)-J135 JHMHC 2-4758
Jim Cato 1170 McCarty Hall 2-4991
Also See 1) Personnel
(4) Recreation and Tourism
Marion Clarke 120 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-1837
Also See 1) Personnel
(5) Manufacturing, Processing, and Mining
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Appropriate Specialists for Ag. Processing
(6) Marketing and Transportation (19 & 4)
Mary Harrison 3025 McCarty Hall 2-1868
Appropriate Specialists
Also See 1) Personnel
(7) Business and Finance (3)
Katey Walker 3014 McCarty Hall 2-1869
Also See 1) Personnel
2) Tax and Public Revenue Base (19)
Arden Colette 1181 McCarty Hall 2-1848
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Chuck Covey 1117 McCarty Hall 2-1854
Katey Walker -3014 McCarty Hall 2-1869
Jim Wershow (legal) 1130 McCarty Hall 2-2341
Also See 5. Personnel
6. Community Services and Facilities
Bo Beaulieu 119 Rolfs Hall 2-1747
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Rod Clouser G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758





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1) Health and Education (13)
Linda Moody 3033 McCarty Hall 2-2202
Bob Bates -(Community Food Preserv.) 329 FSB 2-1991
Philip Koehler (Entomology)-214 Newell Hall 2-1938
Gary Erisman 108 Frazer Rogers Hall 2-2468
Also see 6. Personnel
2) Income Support and Services for Disadvantaged (18)
Virgil Elkins FAMU, Tallahassee 904-222-1223
Also See 6. Personnel
3) Energy Development, Utilization and Conservation (18)
William Barrick 1554 HS/PP 2-1834
Michael Ellerbrock 1189 McCarty Hall 2-2297
Jim Stanley 9 Frazer Rogers Hall 2-1864
Also see 6. Personnel
4) Public Utilities (Water, Sewage, Solid Waste, Other) (18)
Roy Carriker -(Water/Wastewater) -G-099 MCC 2-0518
George Edds (Vet. Toxology in Water, Sewage
and Solid Waste)-JU36 JHMHC 2-1841
Kathy Wood (Energy) 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
Also See 6. Personnel
5) Public Safety (Fire, Police, etc.) (7)
Gary Erisman 108 Frazer Rogers Hall 2-2468
Also See 6. Personnel
6) Housing, Building Codes and Regulations (14)
Faye Plowman 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1987
Also See 6. Personnel
7) Recreational, Scenic, Historical and Cultural Interests (21)
Marion Clarke 120 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-1837
Nadine Hackler 3002 McCarty Hall 2-1945
Dewayne Ingram (Facilities, Grounds)
2523 HS/PP 2-1834
Also See 6. Personnel
8) Transportation (Roads and Services) (18)
Mary Harrison 3025 McCarty Hall 2-1868
Also See 6. Personnel
7. Small Farmer Programs
1) Policy and Laws (3,4,5)
Arden Colette 1181 McCarty Hall 2-1848
Christina Gladwin G-120 McCarty Hall 2-1881
Mitchell Flinchum 118 Newins-Zeigler Hall 2-4851
2) Management and Organization (3)
Arden Colette 1181 McCarty Hall 2-1848
Tim Hewitt (N.FL.) ARC, Marianna 904-594-3241
Katey Walker 3014 McCarty Hall 2-1869
3) Production (1,2)
Cliff Hiebsch (Agronomy) 305 N-Z Hall 2-1817
Dave Jones (Agronomy) 305 N-Z Hall 2-1817
Ben Whitty (Agronomy) 305 N-Z Hall 2-1817
Dave Wright (Agronomy) -AREC, Quincy 904-627-9236
Neil Becker (Animal Health) J125 JHMHC 2-4741
Kenneth Braun (Animal Health)-J136 JHMHC 2-4741





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Wyland Cripe (Animal Health) J125 JHMHC 2-4868
Robert Sand (Beef) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Bill Klunkle-(Beef Nutrition) 402 Rolfs Ha112-1916
Dave Tucker-(Citrus)AREC,Lake Alfred 813-956-1511
Ralph Eastwood (Co-ops) G-107 MCC Hall 2-1881
Tim Hewitt (Economics)(N.F.) -ARC,
Marianna 904-594-3241
Harvey Cromroy -(Entomology) -3103 MCC Hall 2-3104
George Meyerholz -(Ext. Vet.) -J136 JHMHC 2-4847
Larry Jackson- (Fruit Crops) 2143 HS/PP 2-1996
Calvin Arnold (Fruit & Nuts) (N.FL)
ARC, Monticello 904-997-2596
Tim Crocker (Fruit & Nuts) 2109 HS/PP 2-4711
Edward Johnson (Horses) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Robert Reddish (Meats) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Dewayne Ingram (O.H.) 2523 HS/PP 2-1834
Carroll Douglas (Poultry)- 17 Mehrhof Hall2-1931
Ken Durrance (Swine) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Bill Stall (Veg. Production)-1243 HS/PP 2-2134
Lawrence Halsey (Veg. Variety)-2231 HS/PP 2-1794
4) Marketing (4)
Bob Sand (Beef) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Mary Harrison (Consumer) 3025 MCC Hall 2-1868
Ralph Eastwood (Co-ops) G-107 MCC Hall 2-1881
Tim Hewitt (General) -ARC, Marianna 904-594-3241
Dewayne Ingram (O.H.) 2523 HS/PP 2-1834
Ken Durrance (Swine) 402 Rolfs Hall 2-1916
Mark Sherman (Veg.) 1217 HS/PP 2-1858
5) Off-Farm Employment Opportunities (19)
John Gordon G-091 McCarty Hall 2-1758
Dewayne Ingram (Nurseries) 2523 HS/PP 2-1834
Robert Shaw (Range Management) 312 NZ Hall2-4851





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V. EDUCATIONAL AIDS AND PROGRAMS AVAILABLE FROM IFAS STATE OFFICES

"Educational Aids" are usually single kinds of assistance such as information,
dial-a-tape, tele-lecture, visual aids, handbooks or guides, or resource
persons. The title of each "Educational Aid" is listed first, followed by the
type of aid in abbreviated form, and the "contact" person in parenthesis.

"Programs" (P) are more or less complete educational packages and usually
include a mix of "educational aids". "Programs" may be for official credit
or no credit, as indicated by the pre-subscripts: Zero (0) for "no credit"
or 1 to 5 for course credits. Post-subscripts indicate length of course.
The following abbreviations are used throughout:
Educational Aid Not a complete program in itself, but an aid to a program.
Type of Aid as coded below is given directly following the
title. The "contact" person is listed in parenthesis.
AT = Audio Tutorial
C/S = Charts with Script
D = Dial-a-tape
G = Guides, handbooks, texts, etc. rather complete
on "How to", but not a mix of aids.
I = Information (written) books, bulletins, brochures,
leaflets.
M-- = Movies with indicating length in minutes.
OH = OverHeads
OH/S = OverHead with Script
R = Resource Person(s)
S = Slides
S/S = Slides with a Script
S/T = Slide/Tape
T = Tape (audio)
TL = Tele-Lecture
VT = Video Tape
Program More or less a complete program, usually with a mix of visual
aids, written material, resource personss, etc.
P A Program:The pre-subscript indicates the number of official
credits (0 5); The post-subscript indicates length, which
may be in days (numerals), quarter (q), or extended time (et).
For credit programs: The name of the department is listed (in
parenthesis) followed by the name of the principal contact
person. Educational aids are not listed.
For non-credit programs: The educational aids are shown in
parenthesis following the title. The "contact" person is
listed last.
Note Numerals in parenthesis, following listing of components and
topics are Federal Component numbers used for annual reports.






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1. People Building
1) Health (13), Nutrition (9), and Safety (7)
Educational Aids None
Programs:
An Integrated Approach to Community Nutritional Assessment Pet (I, S)

Community Nutritional Assessment o P (I,S,R) Wagner
2) Recreation, Cultural and Social Development (21)
Educational Aids Crocheting G; a loan kit (Hackler)
Dying and Tyedyeing G; a loan kit (Hackler)
Weaving G; a loan kit (Hackler)
Programs None
3) Leadership Development, Education and Training (15)
Educational Aids:
Communication Strategies for Reaching Small Farmers VT20 (Colette)
Growing in Leadership S/S (Hackler)
What is a Discussion Leader OH/S (Hackler)
What is a Leader OH/S (Hackler)
What is Leadership OH/S (Dearman)
Identifying Community Leaders G (Beaulieu)
The Diffusion Process and the Adoption of Innovation VT (Colette)
Principles of Communication and the Communication Process VT (Colette
Programs:
Advance Agricultural and Extension Leadership P (Ag.,Ed. & Ext.)
Beeman q
Agricultural and Extension Education Through Group Action (group dynamics)
4p (Ag, Ed. & Ext.) Beeman
Growing in Leadership (Hackler, Dearman)
Social Action Process o P (OH, S,I,R) Edmond, Elkins
Training for Community Leadership o P (G,M,C,T/T,OH,I,R) Beaulieu
4) Manpower Development (19)
Educational Aids:
Employer's Duties and Liabilities for Migrant Labor I (Wershow)
Programs:
Income and Employment of Rural People 5Pq (FRE) Polopolus
Labor Management Short Course to provide a more stable work force and
to increase labor productivity 6Pet (OH,M,I,R) Moxley
Training for Vocational Horticulture Instructors P2 (I,R) Ingram





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2. Government, Community Organizations, and Institutions


1) Organization Development and Maintenance


(16)


Educational Aids:
Extension Advisory Committees: Structure and Roles I (Beaulieu)
Community Organization and Structure (the community as an integrated
whole) (Beaulieu)


Program None

2) Provision for and Coordination of Services and Programs

Educational Aids None
Programs None

3) Operations and Finance (20)


(17)


Educational Aids:
Powers of Special Tax Districts -


I (Wershow)


Programs None


3. Comprehensive Planninq


(17)


Educational Aids:

Approaches to Community Development VTo3 (Gordon)
Citizen's Role in Land Use Policy VT1 (Clouser)
Issues in Land Use Planning VT18 (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Issues S/T20 (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Process S/T (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Tools S/T (Clouser)
USDA Services for Land Use Planning S/T (Clouser)

Programs:


Land Use Policy & Agriculture oPs (S/T, VT,I,M,R) Mulkey, Gordon, Clouser
Methodology of Planned Change 4Pq (Ag., Ed. & Ext.) Beeman
Planning Community and Rural Development Programs 4Pq (Ag.Ed.& Ext.)Beeman

1) Inventories, Studies, and Analysis

Educational Aids:


Collecting and Using Secondary
Community Profile Workbook G


Data (for the community) G (Beaulieu)
(Beaulieu)


Programs:


Determining Community Needs a three step
workbooks and community surveys oPet


approach using secondary data,
(G,I,R) Beaulieu





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2) Community Problems, Goals, Priorities
Educational Aids:
As Your Community Grows I (Gordon)
Determining Community Needs (through surveys) G (Beaulieu)
Eternal Water Mso (Film Library)
Florida's Water: A Shared Resource S/T30 (Film Library)
New Communities Act of 1975 ( Fla..Stat. Ch. 163 Part V) I (Wershow)
The Law of The Land M3o (Film Library)
Programs None
3) Plans of Achieving Goals
Educational Aids None
Programs None
4) Action Programs and Projects
Educational Aids None
Programs None

4. Environment and Natural Resource Management
1) Environmental Concerns, Policies and Programs (17)
Educational Aids:
See 3. 2) (Personnel)
Programs:
Economics of Environmental Quality 4Pq (FRE) Polopolus
(1) Public Health, Safety, and Welfare
Educational Aids:
Notes on Federal Pesticide Control Act 7USCA I (Wershow)
Pesticide Use and Liability I (Wershow)
Regulation regarding manure use on crops- I (Wershow)
Programs None
(2) Aesthetics
Educational Aids:
Elements of Landscape Design S/T (Ingram)
Landscaping your Florida Home I (Ingram)
Selection and Establishment of Tree and Shrubs I (Ingram)

Program None


1) U.S. Code Annotated.




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2) Natural Resource Management (5)
Educational Aids None
Programs None
(1) Land, Water, Air and Energy
Educational Aids:
Citizens' Role in Land Use Policy VT11 (Clouser)
Economics and Technology for Water Demand S/Tls,I,R (Carriker)
Economics and Technology for Water Supply S/T15,I,R (Carriker)
The Energy Efficient Home Learn-by-Mail Series G,I (Plowman)
Florida Land Use Restrictions I (Wershow)
Geo-hydrology S/T15, I,R (Carriker)
Issues in Land Use Planning VT18 (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Issues S/T20 (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Process S/T (Clouser)
Land Use Planning: The Tools S/T (Clouser)
Legal and Institutional Framework for Water Management S/Tis, I,R
(Carriker)
Laundry Techniques to Save Energy S/T (Hackler)
Liability for Pits and Holes in Florida's Land I (Wershow)
Miscellaneous Materials on Specific Land Use Problems or Alternatives
and Zoning (e.g. Impact Fees, defending zoning ordinances, etc.) -
I (Wershow)
Owners' Rights to Joint Wells I (Wershow)
Public Interest and Private Rights in Land Use Planning I (Wershow)
"Standing" of Adjoining Agricultural Land Owners to Bring Suit
To Compel County to Enforce Zoning Ordinance Against Possible
Subdividers I (Wershow)
Summary Guide to Florida's Water Riqhts G (Wershow)
Summary Guide to Law of Pollution Control and Agriculture in
Florida I (Wershow)
Summary Guide to Regulation of Agricultural Land Use G (Wershow)
USDA Services for Land Use Planning S/T (Clouser)
Water Management: Issues, Alternatives and Effective Participation -
S/Ti5 ,I,R (Carriker)
Water Rights in Florida I (Wershow)
Programs:
Dimensions of Regional Water Issues oPi (I,S,S/T,R) Carriker
Land Use Policy and Agriculture oP3 (S/T,VT,I,M,R) Mulkey, Gordon,
Clouser
Land Use Regulations (Ownership and transfer of property, sub-
division regulations, police power, growth management) oPi -
(I,R,G) Wershow
Property Right and Public Interests P (I,R) Wershow
Soil Identification and Interpretation Shortcourse oP2 (G,I,R,S)
Carlisle
Water Rights In Florida Pk (I,R) Wershow
Zoning oPi% (I,R) (Wershow)
Land and Water Economics Pq (FRE) Polopolus





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(2) Wildlife and Habitats
Educational Aids:
Wildlife, Game and Fresh Water Fish
Farmland I (Wershow)
Programs None
(3) Unique, Historic, and Special Areas
Educational Aids None
Programs None
5. Community Economic Development


Regulations on Private


Educational Aids None
Programs:
Economics of Community Growth oP
1) Jobs and Industrial Development


(I,OH, S/T, G,R) Gordon
(19 & Others)


(Others as applicable)
Bus. Mgt. & Econ. (3)
Ag. Mkt. (4)
Mech. Sci., Tech. (6)
Educational Aids:
Community Economic Analysis I,G (Gordon)
Coping With Rapid Growth in Rural Areas S/T20 (Gordon)
Employment/Unemployment Studies I,G (Beaulieu, Carter)
Growing-(Community Economic Development M (Gordon)
Some Basic Legal Considerations for Setting bp a Home
Occupation or Business in Florida I (Wershow)
Programs:


Regional Economics and Policy Analysis 5Pq
(1) Agriculture
Educational Aids:
Role of Agriculture in the Local Economy
Programs:


Role ofAgriculture in the Local Economy P
Gordon
(2) Forestry
Educational Aids None
Programs None
(3) Fisheries
Educational Aids None
Programs None


(FRE) Polopolus


- (Gordon, Mulkey)


(G,R,I,S/TI )





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(4) Recreation and Tourism
Educational Aids None
Programs None
(5) Manufacturing, Processing, and Mining
Educational Aids None
Programs None
(6) Marketing and Transportation
Educational Aids None
Programs None
(7) Business and Finance
Educational Aids None
Programs None
2) Tax and Public Revenue Base (19'
Educational Aids None
Programs None
6. Community Services and Facilities

1) Health and Education (13)

Educational Aids:

Community Food Preservation Centers: Technical Assistance I,R (Bates)
"Health in Rural Florida: A Statistical Profile" I (Beaulieu)
Powers of Building Inspector to Deny Building Permits Based on Health
Hazards Posed by Adjacent Agricultural Use of Pesticides I (Wershow)

Programs None

2) Income Support and Services for Disadvantaged (18)
Educational Aids:
"Rural Housing in North Central Florida: Shortage or Surplus" (Plowman)
"Rural Housing Quality and Income Poverty in North Central Florida -
relationships of I (Plowman)
Programs None
3) Energy Development, Utilization and Conservation (18)
Educational Aids None
Programs None
4) Public Utilities (Water, Sewage, Solid Waste, Other) (18)
Educational Aids:
Solvent Water/Wastewater Systems For Small Communities G (Carriker)
Programs:
Solvent Water/Wastewater Systems -oP, (G, Others) Carriker





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5) Public Safety (Fire, Police, etc.) (7)
Educational Aids None
Programs None

6) Housing, Building Codes, and Regulations (14)
Educational Aids Florida Plan Service Catalog S/C (County Files)
Programs None

7) Recreational, Scenic, Historical, and Cultural Interests (21)
Educational Aids None
Programs None

8) Transportation (Roads and Services) (18)
Educational Aids None
Programs None
7. Small Farmer Programs
Educational Aids:
Commercial Lime Production in Dade County I (Campbell)
Lemon Production & Utilization in Florida I (Tucker)
Mango Industry in Florida I (Young)
Questions and Answers on Small Farmer Communications VT20 (Colette)
Rootstocks for Citrus in Florida I (Bridges)
Programs:
Nursery Operators Short Course oPet (I,R) Ingram
Seminar for Beginning and Potential Nursery Operators oP (I,S,R) Ingram
Small Farmer Communications OPR (3VT,R) Colette
Small Farmer Vegetable Programs General, Southern Peas, Sweet Potatoes, Okra
P (S/T,G,I,TL,AT,R) Halsey
o et
1) Policy and Laws (3,4,5)
Educational Aids:
Clear Title to Agricultural Land: Basics for Understanding Adverse
Possession, Deeds, Controls for Land Sale, Abstracts, Title Insurance
and Recording (Wershow)
Programs:
Business Law or Agricultural Law 5sP o (FRE) Polopolus
Public Policy in Agriculture P (FqE) Polopolus
2) Management and Organization (3)
Educational Aids:
Animal Care Until the Veterinarian Arrives (Food Animals Only) VT (Cripe)






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Animal Health (Five) M, (Fourteen) S/T, (Twenty-five) S/S (Meyerholz)
Animal Health Fact Sheets (31) I (Meyerholz)
Business Analysis of Container Nurseries in Florida I (Strain)
Business Analysis of Field Nurseries in Florida I (Strain)
Business Analysis of Foliage Nurseries in Central Florida I (Strain)
Herd Health Calendar (Food Animals Only) VT (Cripe)
Poultry & Game Birds, Small Flock Management I (Douglas)
Starting a Wholesale Nursery Business I (Ingram)
Programs:
Beef Cow/Calf Clinics (various topics multicounty basis) P (R,
various visuals, etc.) Meyerholz
Farm Firm Management P (FRE) Polopolus
Veterinary Demonstration Clinics (Food Animals Only) P 1 (I,
Demonstration, R) Cripe
3) Production (1,2)
Educational Aids:


Growing Southern Peas for Profit S/T (Stall, Halsey)
Growing Sweet Potatoes for Profit G (Stall, Halsey)
Growing Sweet Potatoes for Profit S/T (Stall, Halsey)
Growing Quality Vegetables for Profit: An Introduction S/Tis
(Stall, Halsey)
Azalea Production in Florida I (Ingram)
Container Growing of Woody Ornamental Nursery Plants in Florida
Juniper, Holly)* (Ingram)
Programs:


(Camellia,


Demonstration Nursery & Field Day P1 (I,R, Demonstration) Ingram,
Monticello 2
Pecan Rejuvenation Demonstration Field Day P (I,R, Demonstration)
Arnold, Monticello 2
4) Marketing (4)
Educational Aids:


Marketing Alternatives for Crops -
Programs:


Marketing, 5 P
Q


S R
60)


(Tim Hewitt, Marianna)


(FRE) Polopolus


5) Off-Farm Employment Opportunities


Educational Aids None
Programs:
See 5. Community Economic Development,


on Page 16


* Holly In Florida I (Ingram)


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