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In this issue: overview of the 85th Texas Legislature; Extension 20/20 visioning advisory committee; system policies about using unmanned aircraft; success at 4-H Roundup; Healthy Texas kickoff on Univsion Read More →
In this issue: Federal and State Budget Updates; Panhandle Partners Appreciation Lunch; Raise Your Hand for 4-H; Extension Educators Visit Capitol Hill; Register for the Texas Rural Leadership Conference Read More →
The Texas Extension Emergency Management (TEEM) steering committee held its 11th annual meeting in College Station, April 27-28. A wide-ranging agenda took aim at emergency management strategic planning, incident management, educational resource development, and community education to ensure Texans are resilient to accidental and natural disasters. Read More →
A new 15-minute in-house course by Treye Rice shows you how to quickly create a social media profile image for your county or program’s Facebook page, Twitter account and more. You can take the course on your phone, tablet or work computer. Read More →
Coming into 2017, sixty AgriLife Extension employees had recently passed significant milestones in their years of service. Commendations signed by Director Steele have been framed and delivered to supervisors— ready for the next occasion to present to those who started a new decade of Extension employment. Read More →
A new online document repository is up and running to provide centralized access to all types of internal resources used by AgriLife Extension personnel. Called “Texas Resources,” the website was created by the Extension Organizational Development unit. Read More →
Take heed! For all AgriLife Extension employees, new guidelines cover both professional and personal use of social media. Of note: a request to register Facebook page administrators. You’ll also find… Read More →
Updated with link to photos: If you follow the social media accounts and website of our agency, then you’ve seen the results of awards programs conducted Jan. 9-10, during the Texas A&M AgriLife Conference in College Station. If you need to catch up, then here’s what you missed. Read More →