Agricultural extension work -- Nevada
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Included are enrollment summaries and analysis, Cooperative Extension project plans and reports, leadership training programs, purchase and incorporation records for the 4-H camp at Lake Tahoe (called the Nevada State 4-H Institute and Exhibit), photographs, and publicity materials from 1918-1980.
Identifier: AC 0211
Overview The Nevada Cooperative Extension Service is one of the three branches of agricultural education and was founded in Nevada as a result of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914, and is active in all counties in the state. Annual reports by the Cooperative Extension Service on agricultural and natural resources, home economics, youth, 4-H, and other community resource programs. Records contain statistical data, narrative reports of accomplishments, and personnel data.
Identifier: AC 0136
Overview The general objectives of the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture are to help provide a sound educational experience, to study the problems of agriculture and agriculturally related industries, renewable natural resources and the quality of life, and to gather, interpret, and transmit that knowledge. The Agricultural Communications Services provided the means to transmit that knowledge and information through a variety of mediums, including radio. The collection included programs from the...
Identifier: AC 0089
Abstract The Records of the Max C. Fleischmann College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service include a variety of reports created by Cooperative Extension. These reports may include Agricultural Extension Service publications, blueprints, correspondence, maps, 4-H Camp newsletters, newspaper clippings, and miscellaneous reports.
Identifier: AC 0288
Abstract Records are arranged into three divisions, the College of Agriculture, the Cooperative Extension Service, and the Agricultural Experiment Station. Records include correspondence with the deans and directors of the divisions; correspondence with university presidents and county agents; information of the Newlands Project, and the Nevada Farm Bureau; project reports; information on personnel; budgets; experiment record books; letterpress books; photographs; maps and graphs. Also included are...