The primary mission of Lincoln University Cooperative Extension (LUCE) is to enhance the quality of life of diverse, limited-resource audiences in Missouri, through supportive research-based education and engagement at local, state, regional, national and international levels.
Programs address the needs of small farmers throughout the state of Missouri. There are educators in both Urban Impact Centers in Kansas City and St. Louis, as well as outreach centers in Sikeston, Lilbourn and Caruthersville, in Southeast Missouri. Extension Specialists, located primarily on Lincoln's main campus, facilitate Extension and outreach programs covering essential subject areas that are relevant and positively impact those living in Missouri.
Take a closer look at LUCE Programs and Projects.
Agricultural Economics and Marketing
Community and Leadership Development
Human Resource Development
Innovative Small Farmers' Outreach Program
Integrated Pest Management Program
Kansas City Urban Impact Center
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