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Urban Affairs and New Nontraditional Programs, located on the campus of Alabama A&M University, is one of six base program areas of the Alabama Cooperative Extension System and a national leader in providing urban Extension programs and services that sustain the environment and impact the lives of Alabama’s growing and diverse populations.
For more than a decade, Urban Affairs & New Nontraditional Programs has been at the forefront in providing life-changing programs for individuals, families, children and youth, entrepreneurs, and animal producers just to name a few. Our goal is to ultimately improve and sustain lives, homes, communities, businesses, and the environment.
Morgan County E-Waste Recycling Day
Saturday, November 21, 2015, 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Hartselle Civic Center -- Lower Parking Lot
406 Nance Ford Rd SW; Hartselle, AL 35640
Come to recycle your computers/laptops/netbooks | cell phones | speakers |
printers & cartridges | modems | routers | keyboards | VHS/DVD players
A $15 fee applies to recycling electronics with a glass screen [monitors/TVs/etc]
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Metro News is a quarterly online newsletter that features current news and research-based articles on urban and nontraditional topics for global audiences.
Alabama Families First, formerly A Look at Alabama Families, is a dynamic web site that offers timely information for Alabama’s traditional and nontraditional families.
Programación en Español, is a web site that serves both Alabama’s growing Hispanic population and the people who work with them.