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1FORAGE SORGHUM OVT IMPLEMENTEDAlfred Crouch
alfredc@clemson.edu
2013
2THE NEWBERRY COUNTY 4-H ROBOTICS CLUBAlana West
awillin@clemson.edu
2013
3THE UPSTATE MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM: ;GRADUATING NEW VOLUNTEERSAlana West
awillin@clemson.edu
2013
4THE UPSTATE MASTER NATURALIST PROGRAM: ;GRADUATING NEW VOLUNTEERSAlfred Crouch
alfredc@clemson.edu
2013
5INCREASE IN BOATING ACCIDENTS CALLS FOR MORE BOATER EDUCATIONAlana West
awillin@clemson.edu
2011
6INVESTIGATING BROWN MID-RIB SORGHUM SILAGE SUITABILITY Alfred B. (Jay) Crouch, Jr
alfredc@clemson.edu
2011
7MASTITIS MANAGEMENTTina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2011
8MILK MARKETING AND DAIRY SITUATION OUTLOOKTina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2011
9A RECIPE FOR A SUCCESSFUL YEAR: USING COLOR ME HEALTHYMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2010
10LOCAL GRAIN MARKET CLOSESJay Crouch
alfredc@clemson.edu
2010
11MOVE MORE BAG IMPROVES FAMILY PHYSICAL ACTIVITYMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2010
12NORTHERN CORN LEAF BLIGHT APPLICATION AVOIDEDJay Crouch
alfredc@clemson.edu
2010
13CONFIRMING ALS RESISTANT RYEGRASS IN NEWBERRY COUNTYJay Crouch
alfredc@clemson.edu
2009
14HOOF CARE 101Tina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2009
15NEWBERRY COUNTY VOLUNTEERS REVITALIZE YOUTH DAIRY SHOWTina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2009
16NUTRITION FACTS ARE TOSS-UP IN SALAD BOWLMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2009
17PUTTING THE PIECES TOGETHER: NUTRITION, HEALTH, AND READINGMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2009
18RENEWAL OF MILK SYSTEM CHECKINGMike Loveless
mlvlss@clemson.edu
2009
19SALVAGING HEAT DAMAGED CORN IN 2008Jay Crouch
alfredb@clemson.edu
2009
20DAIRY CALF COLLEGETina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2008
21LEAP (LITERACY, EATING AND ACTIVITY FOR PRESCHOOLERS) FOR HEALTHMarlyne ;R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2008
22REDUCING THE RISK OF ILLNESS IN CHILDRENMarlyne ;R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2008
23STATE YOUTH DAIRY CAMPTina Horn
thorn@clemson.edu
2008
244-H AGENTS, LEADERS AND VOLUNTEERS BUDGETING DISCRETIONARY DOLLARSMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2007
25ADDRESSING PROFITABILITY IN FOREST MANAGEMENTDarren Atkins
datkins@clemson.edu
2007
26NEWBERRY ALTERNATIVE LIVESTOCK WATER PROGRAMWilliam B. Smith
wsmth@clemson.edu
2007
27PARENTS FINDING NONCOMMERCIAL ACTIVE LEARNING MATERIALSMarlyne Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2007
28CHILD CARE PROVIDERS STEP UP TO NUTRITION & HEALTHMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2006
29NUTRITIOUS STORY TIME INCREASES CHILDREN AWARENESS OF ;5­A-DAY ­ THE COLOR WAYMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2006
304-H SHOOTING SPORTSDarren Atkins
datkins@clemson.edu
2005
31BUILDING HEALTHY HABITS: USING THE DIETARY GUIDELINES IN CHILD CARE CENTERSMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2005
32FUNDING FORESTRY FOCUSDarren Atkins
datkins@clemson.edu
2005
33REDUCING THE RISK OF FOOD-BORNE ILLNESS IN CHILDRENMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2005
342004 WHEAT SEEDING RATESAlfred B. Crouch, Jr.
acrouch@clemson.edu
2004
35CHILD CARE TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES IMPROVE IN NEWBERRY COUNTYMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2004
36NO-TILL PRODUCTION COMES TO NEWBERRY COUNTYAlfred B. Crouch, Jr.
acrouch@clemson.edu
2004
37PREVENTIVE TACTICS INCREASE AWARENESS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD CAVITIESMarlyne R. Walker
marlyne@clemson.edu
2004