LUCE News FLASH! 2016 Spring Pollen Alert, March 03, 2016
Our Cooperative Extension department provides research-based educational outreach programs to Missouri's hard to reach populations. Our main office is on the campus of Lincoln University, in Jefferson City, and our outreach centers are located in Kansas City, St. Louis and Southeast Missouri.
Our Cooperative Research Department conducts a variety of research programs concentrating on essential subject areas which are relevant to Missouri residents and which support research for both immediate and future applications.
Individual departments conduct various subject-related research projects to discover new ways to apply knowledge, principles and methodologies.
Agricultural Economics and Marketing
Community and Leadership Development
Cooperative Extension Faculty and Staff
Human Resource Development
Innovative Small Farmers' Outreach Program
Integrated Pest Management Program
Kansas City Urban Impact Center
Memorandum of Understanding (Operating Principles)
Paula J. Carter Center on Minority Health and Aging
Sheep, Goat and Value-Added Fiber Program
Small Ruminant Program
Socially Disadvantaged Farmers & Ranchers (2501 Program)
Southeast Missouri 1890 Extension Program
St. Louis Urban Impact Center
Youth Development and 4-H Program
Spring is around the corner and our outdoors market is coming up! Save the date April 23rd for the first day of the LU Farmers' Market 2016 season. We are accepting vendor applications for the 2016 - 2017 season. Click here for Farmers' Market Shopping List delivery.
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension (LUCE) Native Plants Program wants you to join us Thursday, May 26, 2016, 12 p.m. - 1 p.m., at Lorenzo J. Greene Hall, Room 123, 900 Leslie Boulevard, Jefferson City, MO 65101. Register today because registration is limited to 20 tasters! For registration and more information, contact Natalie Benjamin by phone: (573) 681-5581, email: BenjaminN@LincolnU.edu, or Isabel Jacome Alvarez, email: JacomeAlvarezM@LincolnU.edu. Click here for flyer.
The Young Medics Program is a partnership between Lincoln University and the CALEB Science Club of the University of Missouri. This collaboration project is designed to promote academic interest in the field of science, anatomy and medicine. This program is designed to give students ages 10 - 16 a hands-on approach to learning through inquiry and research. Students will enjoy learning with their peers and health professionals from the local hospitals, university staff and community leaders. The 2016 camp will be held Tuesday, June 7 - Thursday, June 9, 2016. For more information contact Adrian Hendricks II (573) 681-5523 or visit our Young Medics Camp 2016 web page.
Join us Thursday, June 9, 2016 as Lincoln University Cooperative Extension and Research hosts the Alan T. Busby Farm Alternative Agriculture Field Day and Producers Workshops, 5124 Goller Road, Jefferson City, Missouri. Promoting Sustainable and Organic Agriculture for Small Farms. Busby Farm Field Day will include workshops, keynote speaker, Dr. John Ikerd, Professor Emeritus, University of Missouri presents, "Organic Farming: The Roots of Sustainable Communities" and farm tours with demonstrations. Registration fee is $15 with workshop registration beginning at 8:00 a.m. For more information and registration please contact Chris Boeckmann, BoeckmannC@LincolnU.edu, Cindy DeOrnellis, DeOrnellisC@LincolnU.edu or Erin Brindisi, BrindisiE@LincolnU.edu, or call (573) 635-2063 or click here for flyer. Online registration (to pay registration fee with a credit card and select Workshop) visit our Alan T. Busby Farm Field Day webpage at http://www.lincolnu.edu/web/cooperative-research/busby-farm-ag-field-day.
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