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State Impact: 4-H Outdoor Education

…tion, aquatic science, natural resource management, and stewardship.
43% of youth were interested or participated in natural resources and environmental education.
Alabama 4-H Science School reached 22,000 students through residential…

Support Alabama 4-H on Tiger Giving Day

…on System. “The donations will permit young people to experience team building activities while exploring Alabama’s natural resources and gain an understanding of the web of life in Alabama ecosystems.”

Whether conquering fears on …

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Spotted Seatrout in Alabama

…per thousand.
Fishing Success
Since 1997, the Marine Resources Division of the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources has conducted a survey of fishermen who were fishing from boats on Alabama’s inshore waters. In rece…

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Chronic Wasting Disease: What to Know

…a deer with CWD.
Cases of CWD

Mark Smith, an Alabama Extension specialist and professor of forestry, wildlife and natural resources, said that CWD has been around for a while, but the major spread of the disease has been relatively re…

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A Ready Partner

…e help millions of Alabamians.
We provide research-based educational programs in agriculture; forestry, wildlife, and natural resources; family and consumer sciences; economic and community development; 4-H and youth development; and urba…

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Alabama IPM Communicator Newsletter

…of crops grown in Alabama. This newsletter promotes sustainable agriculture, i.e., successful farming without depleting natural resources so that future generations can have productive land for food production. Currently there are over 2,60…

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Alabama Extension at Alabama A&M University

…l Financial Management; Community & Economic Development; Family & Child Development; Forestry, Wildlife, & Natural Resources; Home Grounds, Gardens & Home Pests; Human Nutrition, Diet & Health; and Animal Science & …

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Home *A* Syst

…t and personal safety. Such efforts will lessen adverse impacts on the environment and reduce dependency on the state’s natural resources.
How does the Alabama Urban Home *A*Syst work?
This Alabama Urban Home *A* Syst Program follows four…

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EMEP: E-waste Management Education Program

…ng E-waste

Saves energy
Generates revenue
Recovers precious metals
Reduces carbon footprints
Conserves natural resources
Reduces environmental pollution
Protects human and animal health
Cuts down on greenhouse gas …

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Youth Exploring Environmental Science

…lity issues, such as seeking solutions to the adverse effects of nonpoint source pollution and storm‐water runoff.
Natural Resources and the Environment
Natural Resources play an integral part of our daily lives. While some natural re…

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…ation and to avoiding the long‐term consequences associated with poor environmental stewardship and management of our natural resources.
What is UESEP?

UESEP is the acronym for Urban Environmental Science Education Program.

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Assessing and Managing Storm-Damaged Timber

…m (CRP) or the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), alert the local United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) or the Farm Service Agency (FSA) office and request guidance on salva…

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Evaluation of Pond Balance in Recreational Fish Ponds

…ars if fishing quality is unsatisfactory. District fisheries biologists with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries may be able to assist you in checking pond balance. The…

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Pond Construction and Watershed Management in Recreational Fish Ponds

…tershed may make good management impossible. For assistance in pond construction or renovation, contact your local USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Office. The NRCS can provide assistance in design, layout, and monitoring …

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