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VISION: HELP TEXANS BETTER THEIR LIVES
- Mission: Through the application of science-based knowledge, we create high-quality, relevant continuing education that encourages lasting and effective change.
- Capabilities: We provide programs, tools, and resources—local and statewide—that teach people how to improve agriculture and food production, advance health practices, protect the environment, strengthen our communities, and enrich youth.
Category Archives: 3—Organizational News
With one 2-day training behind them and two to go, 24 Extension educators are well into their preparations to become champions and train-the-trainers for our Path to the Plate initiative. 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 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 →
A first-of-its-kind “Horizon Report” focuses on the technologies, topics and trends predicted to affect our work. Extension educators and organizational leaders are already turning to the report for direction in planning professional development and technology investments. Read More →
Following widespread flooding across south Louisiana, support from Texas has included hay donations and collections of school supplies. Learn more about these ways to help. Read More →
Have you adopted technology or methodology in an innovative way for your programming? The Extension education world wants to know. Read More →
Through February 15, AgriLife Extension is seeking feedback from more than a thousand personnel who work for or on behalf of the agency. From county support staff to professorial faculty and most everyone in between, invited participants are asked to complete the “Survey of Employee Engagement.” Read More →