Visit our 125th Anniversary page for Information about the recent 1890 Wellness Walk and Festival and how you can still contribute to the Justin Morrill Scholarship Fund benefiting Lincoln University students.
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.
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Think and Become Rich in the New Year
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension (LUCE) Paula J. Carter's Center on Minority Health and Aging (PJCCMHA) presents "Think and Become Rich in the New Year" Lunch & Learn, Wednesday, December 16, 2015, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m., Lorenzo J. Greene Hall, 900 Leslie Boulevard Suite B, Jefferson City, MO 65101 with a nutritious lite lunch and discussion immediately following the presentation by Andria Hendricks, Director, Lincoln University's Missouri Small Business Development Center. Please RSVP by Monday, December 14. You may join us via videoconference from one of our regional offices: KCUIC: (816) 841-3958, SEMO: (573) 471-3059, SLUIC: (314) 867-4915. For more information, contact our Jefferson City office: (573) 681-5530 or click here for flyer.
Scaling Up: A Food Hub Workshop
Lincoln University Cooperative Extension (LUCE) presents Scaling Up: A Food Hub Workshop for Serious Growers in the Kansas City, Missouri Area. These workshops for taking serious growers wanting to take production to the next level will take place over the course of four months covering topics such as 'packing and grading and cold storage needs for crop', 'post-harvest handling for wholesale production', 'crop planning for whole production', 'food safety planning and implementation' and more! These workshops are free to registrants and will be held at various locations throughout the Kansas City region. For more information and registration, contact Katie Nixon, RR 71 Box 1168, Wheatland, MO 65779, email: NixonK@LincolnU.edu, phone: (816) 809-5074 or click here for flyer.
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