Volume 2, Number 1


“About This Issue?”


In past issues of CE Focus we’ve featured a variety of our Cooperative Extension programs, such as our 4-H Out-of-School-Time programs, highlights from our county programs, our Learning Centers, some of our Energy Extension programs, our award winning Abuela project, the Ag. Horizons Team and many others.

In this issue we’re featuring “Cooperative Extension Across the University” and providing some examples of how that concept is already in place in several programs.

And we have a special center-spread section that reports on some of the many programs we have in place in Washington State University Cooperative Extension to assist Washington's diverse agricultural industry.

I welcome your comments and suggestions for stories you would like to see in future issues. Just email me at: fedale@wsu.edu

Hope you enjoy this issue....

Scott V. Fedale
Chair, Information Department
College of Agriculture and Home Economics, and Director, Extension Information Technology


Contents
University Wide Extension Coopertaive Extension Helps 
Bring HOPE to an Urban Community
Center to Bridge
the Digital Divide Drought Page
WSU Energy House Interview with
Louise Miller
Early Warning for Late Blight WSU Helps Farmers Find 
Better Potato Varieties
Financial and Environmental 
Risk Reduction for Dairies Son of CAMP
If It Isn't Sustainable 
It Won't Last Long Seeking a Tree Killer's 
Weakest Link
Growing Interest 
in Organic Foods Energy Conservation 
Satellite Conference
CE Program Opens Doors
to College Education Teaching Adults and Youth
Nutrition Through Gardening
Making the Most of Your 
Student Experience at WSU CE Program Helps Local Government 
Be More Efficient and Effective
PRI: A Catalyst for Change Return to Focus Homepage


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