Wednesday, February 10, 2016
The Tuesday Letter is a weekly email to approximately 2,500 faculty and staff of K-State Research and Extension and the College of Agriculture, providing recipients with timely announcements and updates.
From the Associate Director for Extension and Applied Research
The updated 2016 Memorandum between KSU and the local Extension units is available for review and signature. And, THANK YOU for 100% reporting on the requested information from the Kansas legislature!
Local, Regional and Statewide Extension Events
The Youth Development PFT is scheduled to meet March 1 – 2 in Wichita at the Sedgwick County Extension Office. Any Extension agent with Youth Development responsibilities in invited to attend.
In partnership with Talk Salina, K-State's Institute for Civic Discourse and Democracy will offer Foundations of Public Issue Facilitation, a one-day facilitator training workshop.
National Rural Grocery Summit V - Wichita, KSDeadline for submissions: March 15, 2016
Fishing season will be here before we know it and it is time to be getting the 2016 4-H Sportfishing Tournament information out statewide.
Read full announcement | From Tommie Berger, Statewide Sportfishing Tournament Coordinator & Retired KDWP Fisheries Biologist | February 9, 2016
The Kansas Forest Service, partnered with NRCS provides free technical assistance, in addition to $8.1 million in financial assistance to landowners who implement conservation practices, such as planting trees to control erosion and improve water quality.
Susan Jackson retirement reception
Extension Professional Trainings
Join us for "Together We Can (TWC!)", Feb. 16-18 at Rock Springs 4-H Center. TWC! is an opportunity for community teams to be trained in nationally recognized healthy relationships curriculum with the aim of reducing poverty. Register by Feb. 11.
A workshop for pasture burning smoke management and air quality will be provided by the air quality specialists in the department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering. This year’s workshop will be updated with new data and recent research findings.
The Kansas State University MANRRS Chapter is hosting a event to celebrate the first black graduates of Kansas State University.The Diversity Programs Office would also like to announce the events taking place on campus to commemorate Black History Month.