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- 10/27 - Goat & Sheep Workshop: Alternative Feeds, Minerals, & Parasites
- 11/02 - Issues & Innovations in Urban Agriculture
- 11/08 - Farmers Market Training Series
- 11/13 - Small Ruminant Meeting
- 11/14 - Job Readiness Course
- 11/15 - Gardening 101 Workshop Series
- 12/11 - Small Ruminant Meeting
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.
Visit our Archived Special Events page.
Elk Valley Forestry Association
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
Field Day 2017
Friday, October 20 - 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University
Winfred Thomas Agricultural Research Station
272 Walker Lane - Hazel Green, AL
FALL 2017 ENROLLMENT
Enroll now for Parent-Child Reading Enhancement Program (PCREP)
PCREP Enrollment Form (pdf)
PCREP empowers parents with the knowledge and skills to enhance the reading level
of children ages 4 to 9 in grades K-4. Visit the PCREP website to learn more.
Metro News is a quarterly online newsletter that features current news and research-based articles on urban and nontraditional topics for global audiences.
Programación en Español, is a web site that serves both Alabama’s growing Hispanic population and the people who work with them.