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44 POSTER SESSION 7 (Abstr. 381–397) Extension/Technology Transfer/Public Education Monday, 24 July, 1:00–2:00 p.m.

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140 ORAL SESSION 39 (Abstr. 651–655) Computer Technology Applications in Extension Horticulture

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Part I. Developing a successful, sustainable working group From 2008 to 2011, Cooperative Extension Service programming in several states was subject to devastating reductions ( Floyd, 2014 ; Serenari et al., 2013 ; Wang, 2014 ; Warner et al

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We gratefully thank the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Professional Development Program and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service for funding the training described here. In addition, we would like

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1 Extension Postharvest Specialist; to whom reprint requests should be addressed. E-mail address: micantwell@ucdavis.edu 2 Visiting Scientist. 3 Extension Postharvest Specialist. This study was partially supported by a Korea Science and

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all ages, education levels, income levels, marital statuses, household sizes, genders, and regional locations. Consumer horticulture stakeholders also include Extension Master Gardener (EMG) volunteers. There were ≈95,000 active volunteers in the

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An enhanced appreciation and need for peer review of teaching and extension scholarship has become apparent in recent years in higher education ( Bernstein et al., 2006 ; Fincher et al., 2000 ; Sachs and Parsell, 2013 ). Peer review of teaching

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, but that social media is most effective when posts are shared by accounts with large numbers of followers or subscribers. This online outreach campaign was unique in that we used extension specialist expertise to provide extension agents with a toolkit

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knowledge about the effective performance of BDM was a moderate or serious problem. Of the 97 intermediaries (agriculture extension agents, agricultural input suppliers, and crop consultants) who were surveyed, 37% were not familiar and 58% were somewhat

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Extension Master Gardener volunteer programs have been in existence in the United States since 1972, in Canada since 1985, and in South Korea since 2011 ( Wonsuk and Durham, 2015 ). There are active programs in 49 states (Massachusetts does not have

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