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A Guide to the Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Office of the Dean for Extension

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University of Florida Smathers Libraries - Special and Area Studies Collections
October 2010


Descriptive Summary

Creator: University of Florida. Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences. Office of the Dean for Extension.
Title: Administrative Policy Records of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Office of the Dean for Extension
Dates: 1934-1985
Bulk dates: 1964-1985
Abstract: Series 93 contains the administrative records of the University of Florida Dean for Extension (previously designated Director of Extension) documenting major trends in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service's role as a disseminator of information to the agricultural communities of Florida.
Extent: 21.8 Linear feet. 53 boxes.
Identification: Series 93
Language(s): English

Scope and Content

Series 93 contains the administrative records of the University of Florida Dean for Extension (previously designated Director of Extension) documenting major trends in the Florida Cooperative Extension Service's role as a disseminator of information to the agricultural communities of Florida.

Subseries 93a contains the administrative files of Marshall O. Watkins, Director/Dean for Extension for the years 1964-1969, and includes administration and extension biennial reports as well as documents regarding Farm Management, the Florida Farm Bureau, the Soil Conservation Service, Operation DARE (Developing Agricultural Resources Effectively), and efforts to assist low-income groups. Files on various subcommittees usually consist of a statement of purpose, a plan of action (ranging in quality from generalizations about the future of farming to lists of specific objectives), minutes of meetings, narrative reports, and a yearly assessment of progress. Several files document the activities of the labor subcommittees and the material and social conditions of rural workers including dilapidated housing, poor health, and inadequate medical facilities as well as family instability.

Subseries 93b contains the administrative files of Dean Joe N. Busby for the years 1970 to 1976, and those of Dean John Theodore Woeste for the years 1976 to 1979. The subseries includes correspondence and annual reports for the various departments within the IFAS framework, and correspondence between IFAS and federal agencies related to extension services.

Subseries 93c contains the administrative files of Dean John Theodore Woeste for the years 1979 to 1985. It includes records of the various IFAS departments, the Community Resource Development Committee, the Energy Extension Committee, the Marine Advisory Program, and other programs. Most committee files consist of a statement of purpose, a plan of action (ranging in quality from generalizations on the future of farming to specific measures), and a yearly assessment of progress.


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Contents List

Subseries 93a - Administrative policy records, 1934-1975 (bulk: 1964-1969) 4.5 Linear feet. 11 boxes.

Subseries 93a contains the administrative files of Marshall O. Watkins, Director/Dean for Extension for the years 1964-1969, and includes administration and extension biennial reports as well as documents regarding Farm Management, the Florida Farm Bureau, the Soil Conservation Service, and efforts to assist low-income groups. Files on various subcommittees usually consist of a statement of purpose, a plan of action (ranging in quality from generalizations about the future of farming to lists of specific objectives), minutes of meetings, narrative reports, and a yearly assessment of progress.

Operation DARE (Developing Agricultural Resources Effectively), begun by Agricultural Provost E. T. York in 1964, inaugurated some organizational realignment within the extension service and a re-evaluation of the technical competency of staff. DARE's stated objective was to delineate emerging trends in agriculture so as to design effective marketing strategies for Florida growers amid intense national and international competition, and to forecast market trends to offset disparities between consumer demand and commodity production. A more important underlying objective of DARE was that of closely synchronizing IFAS and industry policies and goals. A strong effort was undertaken to involve industry in the conceptualization and implementation of the DARE program at every level. DARE consisted of a principal Coordination Committee and subordinate county committees whose responsibility it was to ascertain both the availability of natural resources and labor for farming, and the current adequacy of market outlets.

Several files document the activities of the labor subcommittees and the material and social conditions of rural workers including dilapidated housing, poor health, and inadequate medical facilities as well as family instability.

This subseries is arranged alphabetically by subject, with larger individual files broken down by year.


Box
1 Administration's Annual Report. 1967-1968
1 Administration's Plans of Work. 1963-1969
1 Agricultural Advisory Committee (Grocery Manufacturers Association). 1965
1 Agronomic Crops. 1964
1 Animal Science Project. 1965
1 Annual Conference - Extension. 1965-1966
1 Chemical Tolerances Committee. 1967
1 Chemical Tolerances Committee. 1966
2 Chemical Tolerances Committee. 1960-1965
2 Cholinesterase Committee. 1957-1958
2 Citrus Advisory Committee. 1962-1966
2 Cooperation with Junior Colleges. 1965
2 Cooperation with OEO. 1966-1968
2 County Chemical Education Groups. 1964-1966
2 County Government Conferences. 1965-1968
2 Dairy Coops. 1958-1961
2 Economic Opportunity Programs, Inc. 1966-1967
2 Epsilon Sigma Phi. 1965-1970
2 Epsilon Sigma Phi. 1963-1967
3 Epsilon Sigma Phi. 1958
3 Extension Administrative and Programming Responsibilities and Relationships. 1967-1968
3 Extension Administrative and Programming Responsibilities and Relationships. 1964-1968
3 Extension Biennial Reports. 1964-1966
3 Extension Biennial Reports. 1946-1964
3 Farm Management Committee. 1956-1965
4 Farm Management Committee. 1965-1966
4 Federal Crop Insurance Corporation. 1965-1967
4 Federal Extension Service General. 1957-1967
4 Florida A&M University Survey. 1967
4 Florida Agricultural Tax Council, Inc. 1967
4 Florida Cattlemen's Association. 1967
4 Florida Citrus Institute. 1934-1970
5 Florida Committee on Rural Health- Correspondence. 1966-1967
5 Florida Committee on Rural Health Correspondence. 1966
5 Florida Committee on Rural Health Correspondence. 1965-1964
5 Florida Committee on Rural Health Correspondence. 1963
5 Florida Farm Bureau. 1958-1967
5 Florida 4-H Foundation -Correspondence. 1967-1969
5 Florida Medical Association. 1960-1962
5 Florida Medical Association. 1959
5 Florida Medical Association. 1957-1958
5 Florida Medical Association. 1957
6 Florida Swine Evaluation Center. 1969-1970
6 4-H Advisory Committee. 1963-1965
6 4-H Club. 1967
6 4-H Club. 1967
6 4-H Expansion. 1967
6 4-H Foundation. 1963-1973
6 4-H Foundation-Correspondence and Miscellaneous. 1959-1966
7 Gamma Sigma Delta. 1959-1967
7 Miss Elsie Garrett (Confidential). 1966-1967
7 Georgia Seagle Hall. 1965-1970
7 Hazardous Occupations in Agriculture. 1968
7 History of Extension Ornamental Horticulture in Florida. 1953-1970
7 Hog Cholera Eradication Comm. 1962-1968
7 Indian Affairs- 5 year Program. 1968-1973
7 International Minerals and Chemical Corp. 1965
7 Jacksonville Economic Opportunity. 1966
8 Labor Shortages. 1965-1967
8 Low Income Dade County. 1966
8 Low Income Groups. 1965-1967
8 Marion County Home Economics Program. 1965
8 Marketing Agreement. 1958-1961
8 Marketing Cooperatives. 1960-1962
8 Medical Self-Help Program. 1964-1966
8 Memo of Understanding with Counties. 1960-1969
9 Milk Marketing. 1964-1965
9 Milk Marketing. 1964
9 National 4-H Foundation Publications. 1958-1963
9 Nieland's Report on Hardwood Planting and Asiatic Chestnuts. 1964-1975
9 Operation "Head Start". 1965-1968
9 Ornamental Horticulture Advisory Comm. 1960-1963
9 Outlook Conference Material-USDA. 1962-1964
9 Procedures to be followed by Ninigen. 1968
9 Public Affairs Educational Work. 1963
9 Purposes and Goals of the Florida Cooperative Extension Service. Late 1930s?
9 Regional Conference on Rural Health Atlanta. Oct. 1960
10 Soil Conservation Service. 1959-1964
10 Soil and Water Conservation Districts. 1965-1966
10 Southern Regional Horticulture Training Meeting. 1958-1961
10 Southern Region Horticultural Workshop April. 1964
10 State Association of County Commissioners. 1967
10 State Rural Areas Development Committee. 1955-1967
10 State Technical Services Committee
10 Super Market Institute. 1965-1967
11 Testimonials-Timber-Grazing Game. 1946
11 Tomato Marketing- Marion Co. 1959
11 USDA Memorandum No. 1368
11 Vegetable Advisory Committee. 1959-1963
11 Workshop Policies and Procedures. 1968


Subseries 93b - Administrative policy records, 1950-1983 (bulk: 1969-1979) 7.3 Linear feet. 18 boxes.

Subseries 93b contains the administrative files of Dean Joe N. Busby for the years 1970 to 1976, and those of Dean John Theodore Woeste for the years 1976 to 1979. The subseries includes correspondence and annual reports for the various departments within the IFAS framework, and correspondence between IFAS and federal agencies related to extension services.

Extension activities expanded rapidly in terms of scope and diversity, but were tightly monitored through the DARE program (See Subseries 93b.) The bulk of the files concern DARE's subcommittees, whose work ranged from recreational urban forestry, to wildlife ecology, water resources, and transportation. New programs inaugurated during the 1970s included the Farm to Market Project designed to facilitate sales of agricultural products directly from farmers to consumers--bypassing middleman retail outlets--and the Integrated Pest Management Program. Further, the Rural Development Committee promoted DARE's impetus to organize North Florida growers, pressing for vocational education and cooperation among local farmers.

Also of interest is the Low Energy Technology Program initiated in the 1970s to pursue alternative forms of energy that would better utilize Florida's renewable resources.

The files for this subseries are arranged alphabetically, with larger files broken down by year.


Box
1 Academic Affairs Office. 1978
1 Access to Public Records- Attorney General Memo. 1973
1 Administration and Supervision. 1979
1 Affirmative Action (discrimination). 1979
1 Agribusiness Institute. 1971
1 Agricultural Advisory Council. 1978-1979
1 Agricultural Engineering Department. 1977-1980
1 Agriculture in Transition. 1976-1980
1 Agriculture and the Law Project. 1978-1980
1 Annual Program. 1969
1 Annual Report Extension. 1979
1 Biota-Rare and Endangered Series in Florida. 1978-1979
1 Cassava Production and Evaluation in South Florida. 1979
1 Celery Exchange Florida. 1979
1 Central Florida Beekeepers Association. 1978-1979
1 Chipley Beef Demo. Unit. 1979
2 Citrus Blackfly. 1979
2 Citrus Industrial Council. 1979
2 Citrus Mutual Florida. 1979
2 Citrus, Subtropical, and Deciduous Fruits and Nut Crop Committee. 1969
2 Civil Rights Compliance Review of Duval, Jefferson, Lake Counties
2 Climate Plan State. 1979
2 Climate Program Plan. 1979
2 Climate Program Plan. 1979
2 Committee Instructions. 1969
2 Committee on Migrants. 1969
3 Community and Rural Development (Farmer's Market). 1978-1979
3 Computer Policy Committee, IFAS. Dec. 1979-Dec.1980
3 Computer Technical Advisory Committee. 1979
3 Consortium Inter-National Crop Protection. 1979
3 Consumer Computer Informative. 1979
3 Continuing Education. 1979
3 Cooperative Extension Service (Benefits to Minorities). 1979
3 Cooperative Extension. 1979
3 County Commissioners. 1978-1982
3 County Statistics. 1979
3 Crime. 1979
3 Dairy Science Department. 1979
3 Dairy Science Department. 1979-1982
3 DARE. 1975
4 DARE- Animal Industries Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Animal Processing Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Beef Cattle Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Capital and Credit Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Citrus Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Coordinating Committee. 1972
4 DARE- County Reports. 1969
4 DARE- Dairy Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Deciduous Fruits and Nutcrops Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Engineering and Equipment Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Fertilizers, Soil Amendments, Pesticides, and other Chemicals Sub-Com. 1969
4 DARE- Field and Forest Crop Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Flue- Cures Tobacco Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Forestry, Wood Processing , and Forest Recreation Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Grain, Oil Seed, Fiber, Crops, Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Greenhouse, Flowers, Foliage, and Bulb Crops Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Honey Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Horses Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Land Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Manpower Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Marine Products Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Nursery, Flower, Foliage, and Turf Crops Sub-Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Nursery, Ornamental, and Fruit Crops Sub Committee. 1969
4 DARE- Pasture and Forage Crops Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Poultry Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Recreation and Urban Forestry Sub Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Report Replies. 1969
5 DARE- Resources Needed in Florida Agricultural Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Shade Grown Tobacco Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Subtropical Fruits Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Sugarcane Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Swine Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Timber Products and Wood Processing Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Transportation Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Turf Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Vegetable Crops Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Water Sub-Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Wholesale and Retail Food Distribution Committee. 1969
5 DARE- Wildlife Ecology Sub-Committee. 1969
5 Degrees- Extension Staff. 1971
5 Department Chairman. 1979
5 District Agents. 1979
5 District Agents Meeting Minutes. 1979
6 Duplication of Services- Extension State. 1970-1971
6 Emergency Program. 1979
6 Energy Education Programs. 1979
6 Energy Extension Service. 1979
6 EES- Non-Pilot State Grant. 1979
6 Energy handbooks, IFAS. 1979
6 Energy Park Committee. 1979
6 Energy Security Act. 1979
6 Energy Special Project. 1979
6 Entomology and Nematology Department. 1979
6 Environmental Programs Center. 1979
6 Epsilon Sigma PHI. 1978-1979
6 Equine Research and Education. 1979
6 Equivalent Rank Established 9/1/69 and change in title 7/1/69. 1969
7 Escambia County Extension Council. 1970
7 Evaluation Project Extension. 1979
7 Expanded Food and Nutrition Program. 1979
7 Expansion Administrative and Programming. Responsibility, and Relationships. 1969
7 ECOP- Extension Committee on Organization and Policy. March 1978-Dec 1979
7 Extension Conference Annual. 1979
7 Extension County Relationship Act. 1969-1971
7 Extension Director, County. 1979
7 Extension Evaluation National. 1979
7 Extension Home Economics Program Leader; 4-H Coordinator. 1969 August 26
7 Faculty Development Grants. 1979
7 Fairs and Livestock Shows. 1979
7 Farm Bureau- Florida. 1979
8 Farm Bureau Meetings. September 2-11, 1969
8 Farm Management Committee. 1979
8 FEES. 1979
8 Fern Growers. 1978
8 Fish and Wildlife Service. 1979
8 Florida A and M University. 1979
8 Florida A and M University Relationship. 1979
8 Florida AMU and UF. 1976-1982
8 Farm to Market Project. 1979
8 Florida County Agriculture Agents Association. 1970
8 Florida Farm Bureau Federation. 1979
8 Florida Foundation Seed Producers. 1979-1980
8 Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association. 1970
8 Florida State Fair Authority. 1978-1979
8 Florida State Technical Application Center. 1978-1979
8 Foliage Association Florida. 1979
8 Foliage Education and research Foundation. 1979
8 Food and Resource Economics Department (Low Energy Technology). 1979
9 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1979
9 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1979
9 Food and Resource Economics Department. October 1978- June 1980
9 Food Science Department. 1979
9 Forest Resources and Conservation (Aquatic Weeds). 1979
9 Forest Resource Planning Issue Papers. 1979
9 Forestry Department. 1979
10 Fort Lauderdale- ARC. 1979
10 Fort Pierce ARC- Agricultural Research Center. 1979
10 4-H Department. 1979
10 4-H Expansion Program. 1973
10 4-H Foundation. 1979
10 Fruit Crops Department. 1979
10 Fruit Growers Association. 1979
10 Fuller, Henry (complaint). 1979
10 Fulmer, Jud. 1979
10 Geology Department. 1979
10 Governor's Task Force on Economic Policy. 1979
10 Grant-Agricultural Energy Conservation Program. 1978
10 Grant-Legal Aspects of Pesticide and Impact Assessment Reports. 1977-1979
10 Grape Growers Association. 1977-1979
11 Grasses. 1950-59
11 Greater Miami Coalition, Inc. 1971
11 Gum Slough-Big Cypress Swamp Study. 1977-1979
11 Home Economics Development. 1978-1979
11 Homemaker's Council (Florida Extension). 1979
11 House Committee on Agriculture. 1979
11 Housing and Urban Development. 1979
11 IFAS Administrative Council. 1979
11 Institutional Farming. 1979
11 IPM- Integrated Pest Management. May 1979-December 1980
11 Integrated Pest Management (1). 1979
11 Integrated Pest Management (2). 1979
11 Integrated Pest Management (3). 1979
12 IPM 4-H. 1979
12 International Program (Retirement Credit, Agricultural Extension). 1979
12 INT- International Program. 1979-March 1981
12 Itineraries. 1979-1981
12 Joint Council - Food and Agricultural Sciences
12 Journal of Extension. 1979-1983
13 Lay Leadership Conference. 1979
13 LET ( Low Energy Technology). 1979- March 1980
13 Madison County. 1979
13 Mailing Lists for DARE Conference and Report. 1969
13 Meetings with Department Chairman. 1969
13 Melaleuca (Ecology, Environment, Culture). 1978
13 Min A Plan. 1979
13 Mixson, Lt. Governor. 1979
13 Mole Cricket. 1979
13 Morris, Milt. 1979
13 National Agricultural Chemicals Association (NACA). 1979
13 National Public Policy Committee. 1978-1979
13 Nematode Advisory Service. 1971
13 Originals- Program Leader and 4-H Coordinator
13 Ornamental Horticulture Department August. 1979- December 1980
13 Ornamental Horticulture Department. 1979
14 Outdoor Recreation Plan Nationwide. 1978
14 Palm Beach County. 1979
14 Parity. 1979
14 Peanut Advisory Committee. 1979
14 Pesticide Applicator Training. 1979
14 Pesticide Safety. 1979
14 Plant Pathology Development (Sugarcane Rust). 1979
14 Political Activity (Hatch Act). 1974-1975
14 Lines, FY 1979 State Extension- Plan of Work and Report Guide
14 Plan of Work, FY 1979 State Extension
14 Policy- Extension Service-USDA. 1975
14 Policy for Requesting Information from States. 1971
14 Politics of the Federal Budget. 1979
14 Pollution Conference. 1979
14 Promotion. 1978-1979
14 Poultry Science Department. 1979
14 Procedure for Release and Distribution of Published Soil Surveys. 1971 June
15 Progressive Farmer. 1969
15 Progressive Safeguard. 1974
15 Proposed Resident Teaching Program- Home Economics. 1969
15 Relations with Farm Organization. 1975
15 Renewable Resources Extension Act. 1978-1979
15 Retirement. February 1979- June 1982
15 Rural Clean Water Program. 1979
15 Rural Development Act. 1979
15 Rural Development(Small Farmers). 1979
15 Rural Development Committee. May 1979- May 1982
15 Sex Equity(Salaries). 1979
15 Small Farm Assistance Programs. 1978-1979
15 Soil Conservation Service. 1979-1982
16 Soil, Water Conservation in Florida. 1978-1979
16 Solar Energy Center(Florida). 1979
16 Southern Regional Plan Service. 1969
16 Swine Evaluation Center. 1972-1976
16 Swine Thrust Committee. 1979
16 Task Force(Role of Agriculture in Florida's economic). 1979
16 Task Force on Cooperatives. 1978-1980
16 Tefertiller, K. R. 1978-1979
16 208 Conference. 1979
16 United States Department of Agriculture. 1979
16 Urban Gardening. 1979
16 USDA/ China Exchange Program. 1979
16 USDA Club. 1979
16 USDA County Office Service. 1979
16 USDA Emergency. 1979
16 USDA- Land Grant College Suit. 1972
17 USDA- Range Policy. 1979
17 USDA- Schaller. 1979
17 USDA- Sea Natural Resources Extension. 1979
17 Vegetable Crops Department. 1979
17 Veterinary Science Department. 1979
17 Water Program(Irrigation). 1979
17 Water Resources. 1975-1980
17 Weather Agriculture. 1979-1982
17 Weather Program. 1978-1979
17 Weed Science Committee. 1979
17 York, E. T. (Memo research for speech for DARE)-part I. 1971
18 York, E. T. (Memo research for speech for DARE)-part II. 1971
18 Young Tree Decline. 1979


Subseries 93c - Administrative policy records, 1976-1985 10 Linear feet. 24 boxes.

Subseries 93c contains the administrative files of Dean John Theodore Woeste for the years 1979 to 1985. It includes records of the various IFAS departments, the Community Resource Development Committee, the Energy Extension Committee, the Marine Advisory Program, and other programs. Most committee files consist of a statement of purpose, a plan of action (ranging in quality from generalizations on the future of farming to specific measures), and a yearly assessment of progress.

For IFAS, the year 1980 marked an important milestone on the road to computer technology. In September the W.W. Kellogg Foundation awarded IFAS over $280,000 to design and implement a computer soft-ware package that would retrieve and disperse information and recommendations related to crop and pest control management. Also during the 1980s, IFAS confronted the exigencies of economic survival as federal support declined. IFAS searched for alternative sources of funds and opted for an integrated approach to extension work that involved agencies outside the agricultural framework in their efforts to assist small (or "family") farms in North and Central Florida.

This subseries is arranged alphabetically, with larger files broken down by year.


Box
1 Accomplishment Reports. 1981-1983
1 Accomplishment Reports. 1980
1 Accountability and Evaluation. 1981-1982
1 Agricultural Engineering Department. 1981-1982
1 Agricultural Engineering Department. 1980-1981
1 Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. 1981-1983
1 Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service. 1981
2 Agriculture and Law Project. 1981
2 Agriculture in Transition. 1980
2 Agronomy Department. 1980-1982
2 Aquaculture in the U.S. 1980-1982
2 Aquatic Weed Center. 1980-1982
2 Animal Science Department. 1979-1982
3 Animal Science Department. 1980
3 Biomass, Center for. 1980-1983
3 Biomass, Center for. 1980-1981
3 Center for Cooperative Agricultural Programs. 1981-1982
3 CCAP Director- Brandford, R.R. 1981
3 Civil Rights Compliance Review. 1980
3 Civil Rights Retreat. 1979
4 Civil Rights Review. 1982
4 CRD- Community Resource Development. 1980-1981
4 Computer Policy Committee, IFAS. 1982 Jan.-June
4 Computer Policy Committee, IFAS. 1981 July-December
4 Computer Policy Committee, IFAS. 1981 January-June
4 Conference and Institute Office. 1982
5 Correspondence. 1983
5 County Extension Directors. 1982
5 County Salary Analysis. 1982
5 Dairy Herd Improvement Program. 1981-1982
6 Editorial Dept. 1980-1982
6 Energy Extension Service (EES). 1983
6 Energy Extension Service. 1982
6 Energy Extension Service. 1981 June-Dec
6 Energy Extension Service. 1981 March-May
7 Energy Extension Service. 1980 Nov-1981 Feb
7 Energy Extension Service. 1980 July-October
7 Energy Extension Service. 1980 Jan-June
7 Energy Research and Education Park. 1980
7 Epsilon Sigma Phi. 1980-1982
8 Equal Employment Opportunities. 1981-1982
8 Expanded Nutrition Program. 1982 Until March
8 ECOP Extension Committee on Organization and Policy. 1981 Feb-Nov
8 ECOP Extension Committee on Organization and Policy. 1980
8 ECOP- National Public Policy Committee. 1981
8 ECOP- National Public Policy Committee. 1980
9 Extension in the 1980's -1982. 1980 -1982
9 Extension Mission and Program. 1982
9 Farming Systems Research and Education. 1982 May
9 Farming Systems Research and Education. 1982 May
9 Farming Systems Research and Education. 1980 May-1982 April
10 Federal Budget. 1982
10 Florida Agricultural Management Team Project. 1981
10 Florida Medical Entomology Lab. 1981-1985
10 Florida State Association of Cooperatives. 1980-1981
10 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1983
10 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1982
11 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1981 Jan-Dec
11 Food and Resource Economics Department. 1980 July-Dec
11 Food Science Department. 1980-1982
11 Forestry. 1982 Jan
11 Forestry - SFRC. 1981 January-December
11 Forestry - SFRC. 1978 May-1980 Dec
11 4-H Department. 1982 Jan-Dec
12 4-H Department. 1982 Jan-Dec
12 4-H Department. 1981 Jan- Dec
12 4-H Department. 1976 Dec-1980 Dec
12 Fruit Crops Department. 1980 Jan-1982 April
12 Home Economics Department. 1982 Jan
12 Home Economics Department. 1982 Jan
13 Home Economics Department. 1981 Jan-Dec
13 Home Economics Department. 1980 Jan-Dec
13 Home Economics Department. 1979 Sep-1980 June
13 Homemaker's Council, Florida Extension-. 1981 March-1983 Dec
13 International Programs. 1981
13 International Program. 1981 June-1983 July
14 IPM- Integrated Pest Management. 1981 Jan-Dec
14 IPM- Integrated Pest Management. 1980-1982
14 Kellogg Computer Project. 1980 Sep-July
14 Kellogg Computer Project. 1980 Jan-July
14 Kellogg Leadership Project. 1982 (Until April)
14 LAY Leaders Conference. 1981
15 LAY Leaders Conference. 1980
15 Legislative Subcommittee. 1982-1983
15 Legislative Subcommittee. 1981-1980
15 LET(Low Energy Technology). 1981
15 LET(Low Energy Technology). 1980 April-Dec
15 Marine Advisory Program- MAP. 1982 June
16 Marine Advisory Program- MAP. 1982 Jan-May
16 Marine Advisory Program- MAP. 1981 July-Dec
16 Marine Advisory Program- MAP. 1981 Jan-June
16 Office of Conferences and Institutes. 1982
16 Ornamental Horticulture Department. 1982 Jan-June
16 Ornamental Horticulture Department. 1981 Jan-Dec
17 Oversight Committee. 1982
17 Oversight - Federal. 1981-1982
17 Oversight- Florida House of Representatives Select Committee on IFAS (1 of 2). 1981-1982
17 Oversight- Florida House of Representatives Select Committee on IFAS (2 of 2). 1981-1982
17 Plan of Work (1). 1982
18 Plan of Work (2). 1982
18 Plan of Work (3). 1982
18 Plan of Work. 1981 FY
18 Plan of Work, State Extension. 1980 FY
18 Promotion and Tenure. 1981
19 Promotion and Tenure. 1980
19 Renewable Resources Extension Act. 1980 June-1982 July
19 Research and Extension Issues. 1982
19 Rural Development. 1981
19 Rural Development. 1980
19 Rural Health Center. 1981-1982
19 Science and Education Agencies (SEA). 1981-1982
20 Science and Education Agencies (SEA). 1980
20 Seed Producers Inc., Florida Foundation. 1982
20 Seed Producers Inc., Florida Foundation. 1981
20 Seed Producers Inc., Florida Foundation. 1980
20 Small Farmers Conference. 1981
20 Soil Science Department. 1980-1983
21 Soil and Water Conservation District. 1980-1982
21 Southern Directors. 1980-1982
21 Southern Public Policy Committee. 1980-1982
21 Strawberry Growers. 1981
21 Small Farm Program and Policies. 1980-1982
21 Smith-Lever. 1980-1982
22 Soil and Water Conservation Council (SWCC). 1981-1982
22 Southern Directors. 1983-1984
22 Southern Directors. 1981-1982
22 Southern Directors. 1980
22 State Budget FY. 1982
23 Title IX. 1981
23 Title IX. 1980
23 Title XIV. 1981
23 Title XIV- Farm Bill. 1981
23 Title XIV. 1980
23 Title XIV- Farm Bill. 1980
24 Title XI states V- Farm Bill. 1980
24 United States Department of Agriculture- USDA. 1980 Jan-1982 July
24 Vegetable Crops Department. 1982
24 Vegetable Crops Department. 1981
24 Vegetable Crops Department. 1980
24 Veterinary Science Dept. 1982
24 Veterinary Science Department. 1980 Jan-1981 Dec



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