Land-grant institutions have a long heritage of serving the public as informational resources and for working to improve the quality of life for families and communities. The RadioSource network is committed to continuing and expanding this heritage in the information age.
Membership is free for land grant, 1890 and tribal institutions.
For more information about the RadioSource.NET project, or if you are interested in becoming a member, contact email@example.com.
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The University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture is dedicated to improving the lives of Arkansans by generating knowledge through research and putting that knowledge to use through education.
Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station
Cooperative Extension Service
Dedicated to serving people, the University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR) strives to make life better for Californians in all walks of life, in every corner of our fast-growing,
ethnically diverse state. No arm of the University reaches out so far to improve the lives of Californians. ANR brings together nearly 1,100 research scientists and educators at three UC campuses, nine field stations,
and 64 Cooperative Extension county offices to develop and deliver practical solutions for local problems. Their efforts range from technical farm assistance and water-conservation research to nutrition education
for low-income families and pioneering advances in veterinary medicine.
Clemson University was established more than a century ago to provide education, to conduct research, and to serve as an information resource for the citizens of South Carolina. Our state's education, research and information needs have changed dramatically over the years, and so have Clemson's approaches to improving the prosperity and quality of life of our citizens.
The University is uniquely able to address the state's changing needs. Exciting solutions are being developed at Clemson to help South Carolinians face the challenges of today and prepare for the future.
Clemson University Public Service emphasizes five priority areas:
Clemson University is South Carolina's primary source of impartial information for public policy issues concerning agriculture, forestry, natural resources, environmental quality, rural economic development and land use. As a land-grant university, Clemson has a unique mission of public service: to improve the quality of life for all South Carolinians through teaching, research and outreach efforts across the state.
- Agrisystems productivity and profitability
- Economic and community development
- Environmental conservation
- Food safety and nutrition
- Youth development and families
Resources for public service activities at Clemson are provided by the South Carolina General Assembly, the U.S. Congress for federal agriculture and forestry research and regulatory and extension services, and by numerous other public and private partners.
Clemson University Public Service
Florida A&M University (FAMU), founded in 1887, is a comprehensive, doctoral-degree granting, historically black 1890 land-grant university that is the third oldest institution in the State University System of Florida.
Considered among the leading institutions of higher education in the nation, Florida A&M University, TIME Magazine's 1997 "College of the Year," is a viable educational partner among 16 other 1890 land-grant institutions
throughout the country, offering academic programs in twelve schools and colleges to more than 12,000 students. Florida A&M University is considered to be the "Scholars' Choice" university because of its No. 1 ranking in
enrolling more National Achievement Scholars (NAS) than any other institution of higher learning in the nation. It also leads the nation in the production of African-American students at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
The College of Engineering Sciences, Technology and Agriculture (CESTA) is the land-grant arm of Florida A&M University. The tripartite mission of this CESTA is to continue its state mandate to provide top quality resident
instruction, research, extension and outreach that is global in scope, and is nationally and internationally recognized for excellence. For more information on Florida A&M University's College of Engineering Sciences, Technology
and Agriculture, please contact the Office of the Dean at (850) 599-2644 or visit us on the web at: www.famu.edu/acad/colleges/cesta/ and www.famu.edu.
The University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS)is committed to providing scientific knowledge and expertise to the public. Florida Cooperative Extension Services aim to help improve the quality of life
for individuals and the community at large.
The University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences works to seek, verify and apply knowledge related to agriculture and the environment, and to disseminate this knowledge through student education
and public outreach programs. For more than 200 years the University of Georgia has provided quality education for the state's citizens. The study of agriculture has been an important part of the University since the earliest years.
The CAES still holds the honor of providing not only agricultural education, but ground-breaking research and an extension service that helps Georgians make the most of the research information, and apply it to their daily lives.
The College of Agriculture, Home Economics, and Allied Programs, at Fort Valley State University, is committed to providing educational programs and services which address the needs of citizens and help to enrich their lives. This commitment is actualized through
its four resident instruction departments -- Agriculture, Family and Consumer Sciences, Electronic Engineering Technology and Veterinary Science -- and two outreach and service programs -- Agricultural Research and Cooperative Extension.
These six interlocking components allow the university to respond to state, regional and world needs and place it in an excellent position to provide trained personnel in many areas need.
University of Illinois Extension provides radio and television programming free of charge to all broadcast outlets. The programming is targeted primarily to Midwestern grain and livestock producers, but is usually written in a
consumer friendly form. We cover research and production related topics including national policy debates, international trade, practical field applications of emerging technologies, weather and market information, biotechnology,
Integrated Pest Management, and nearly all other aspects of production and commercial agriculture.
You may use or listen to the programming found on this site, or contact Todd Gleason for more complete information on U of I
Extension's broadcast news releases. If you need help determining which formats are best used for rebroadcast from your radio station, Todd would be more than happy to take you through the digital process. He suggests using mp2
files (not mp3) for broadcast quality audio. Todd can be reached at 217-333-9697 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Horizons (Nuevos Horizontes) is a Spanish language educational outreach program created and recorded by University of Illinois students. The focus of the program is to provide relevant information for newly arriving Hispanic
immigrants who are residing in communities throughout the U.S. The content of the programs includes interviews with Latino/a leaders, scholars and public figures as well as newly arriving immigrants about the issues, challenges
and opportunities immigrants are encountering. The program also includes regular sections on health and cultural topics of interest to the program's Spanish speaking audience. The 15 minute program is distributed biweekly on CDs
and audio tapes, free of charge, to radio stations and organizations working with Hispanic audiences. Currently the program is distributed to 8 states located primarily in the Midwest. For more information contact Ben Mueller,
email@example.com or visit the New Horizons website listed below.
University of Illionois Extension Home Page
U of I College of ACES Home Page
Print News Releases from U of I College of ACES
Pest Management and Crop Development News Letter
Integrated Pest Management Web Site
Marketing and Economic Information
New Horizons Spanish Language Radio Program
K-State Research & Extension refers to the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service. Its research and extension programs focus on 4 core areas: agricultural industry competitiveness,
natural resources and environmental management, food, nutrition, health, and safety, and youth, family and community development. K-State Research and Extension is dedicated to a safe, sustainable, competitive food and fiber
system and to strong, healthy communities, families and youth through integrated research, analysis and education. It is committed to expanding human capacity by delivering educational programs and technical information that
result in improved leadership skills in the areas of communication, group dynamics, conflict resolution, issue analysis, and strategic planning that can enhance the economic viability and quality of life in communities.
Since 1914 the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service has brought educational programs to people across the commonwealth through offices located in every county. Extension programs in agriculture and natural resources,
family and consumer sciences, 4-H/youth development, and rural and economic development meet the needs of all Kentuckians. In partnership with the Kentucky State University Cooperative Extension program,the federal
government, the state, and local governments, we grow ideas that enrich lives. We also work closely with Extension Councils made up of volunteer leaders at county, area, and state levels to make sure our programs are
locally defined, current, and useful. The hallmark of the Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service is that its educational programs are based on unbiased scientific research conducted at UK and other land-grant institutions.
University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Radio News Releases
Through the work of Experiment Station scientists, Extension agents and other faculty members, the LSU AgCenter provides agricultural producers,local government officials, communities, youth and others with the latest
and most useful information on a variety of topics that will improve the quality of life for all Louisiana citizens.
The Mississippi State University Extension Service provides research-based educational programs and information in agriculture and natural resources, 4-H youth development, family and consumer education
and community resource development to improve the economic, social, and cultural well-being of all Mississippians.
Mississippi State University Extension Service
Mississippi State University
Division of Agriculture, Forestry and Veterinary Medicine
Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station
Office of Agricultural Communications, Mississippi State University
Founded in New Mexico's territorial days, New Mexico State University is a vibrant mix of Southwestern tradition and leading-edge technology. NMSU researchers are developing the world's best chile varieties
and sending scientific payloads aloft in rockets and high-altitude balloons. With a multi-cultural student population of about 15,000, NMSU continues to build on its land-grant heritage of teaching, research
and public service. With strong academics, research and Extension education, NMSU's College of Agriculture and Home Economics is improving the lives of New Mexicans, strengthening our communities and
agricultural industries and helping sustain our natural resources. We have a solid presence throughout the state with scientists and specialists located in 12 agricultural science and research centers, 33
Cooperative Extension Service county offices and three tribal offices. We bring science to your life.
North Carolina Cooperative Extension is an educational partnership helping people put research-based knowledge to work for economic prosperity, environmental stewardship and an improved quality of life.
Affiliated with North Carolina State University's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and North Carolina A&T State University's School of Agriculture and Environmental and Allied Sciences, Cooperative
Extension reaches people in all 100 of the state's counties and the Cherokee Reservation.
Ag Answers is the electronic source for research-based, objective information from Extension Service specialists in Ohio and Indiana. With a searchable database, Ag Answers allows farmers and others in agribusiness
find stories that address specific questions or interests. Ag Answers is a unique and collaborative effort by the Agricultural Communication Service at Purdue University and the Section of Communications and Technology
at Ohio State University.
Ag Answers Homepage
Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences awarded the nationís first baccalaureate degrees in agriculture in 1861. Today, the college is broadly recognized as one of the nationís premier institutions for agricultural
research and education programs. The collegeís mission is to create, analyze, and share knowledge to enhance our food and agricultural systems, natural resources and environmental stewardship, and economic and
social well-being, thereby making life better for people in Pennsylvania, the nation, and the world. Penn State Cooperative Extension is a nonformal, community-based educational resource, funded cooperatively by
state and county governments and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Each year, more than 2 million people participate in Penn State Cooperative Extension programs in agriculture; natural resources and environmental
management; 4-H/youth development; community resources and economic development; family development and resource management; leadership and volunteer development; and nutrition, diet and health.
Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences radio stories
Penn State College of Agricultural Sciences news releases
The University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (UPRM) offers 90 undergraduate and graduate nationally accredited academic programs in Engineering, Art and Sciences, Agricultural Sciences and Business Administration. With it is out standing tradition in
curriculum and programs, UPRM have developed 48 baccalaureate, 38 master, and four doctoral programs to meet the diverse academic needs of students. Academic offerings include many opportunities to
engage in undergraduate and graduate research. More than 1,400 students in the college of engineering alone participate in annual research projects, and there is a hundreds opportunities to participate in
exchange programs by traveling to the United States and to other countries. Some choose to participate in national and international student competitions and in academic presentations locally and abroad.
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South Dakota State University's College of Agriculture & Biological Sciences is South Dakota's land-grant partner. The ABS College's mission is to use knowledge, education, and experience as tools to help make a
difference in the global future of South Dakota. The South Dakota State University Cooperative Extension Service helps people improve their lives through an educational process that uses unbiased, science-based knowledge focused on issues and needs.
The professionals of the Extension Communications Section of the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture are dedicated to the goal of providing research-based information to fellow Extension professionals and ultimately,
to the people of Tennessee. We provide assistance in the selection and use of satellite technology, educational and TV video, news stories, feature articles, media relations, photography, graphics, exhibits, publications, brochures and presentations.
The Texas A&M University System Agriculture Program is one of the premier agriculture programs in the world. The Agriculture Program is an organization of statewide agricultural agencies, divisions and colleges of agriculture,
life sciences, natural resources, human sciences and veterinary medicine within The Texas A&M University System. The personnel of these agencies and universities work collectively to improve the quality of life in Texas and
beyond its borders through teaching, research, extension and service.
From a meager beginning in October of 1872, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, popularly known as Virginia Tech, has evolved into a comprehensive university of national and international prominence.
As Virginia's largest university with 25,000 students and one of the top 50 research institutions in the nation, it is an institution that firmly embraces a history of putting knowledge to work. That tradition is rooted
in our motto, Ut Prosim: "That I May Serve," and our land-grant missions of instruction, research, and solving the problems of society through public service and outreach activities.
Virginia Cooperative Extension Homepage