Annual Report of Program Accomplishments January-​December 1985 New York Sea Grant Extension
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Annual Report of Program Accomplishments January-​December 1985 New York Sea Grant Extension

  • 1985

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    More than 14 million people live within 20 miles of New York's 500 mile Great Lakes, and 2,300 mile marine and tidal Hudson River coastline. The role of the New York Sea Grant Extension Program is to help such coastal residents, coastal users and decision makers seize upon opportunities, and address problems in the development and conservation of our coastal resources. This report portrays examples of educational impacts of this Extension program selected from hundreds of activities and accomplishments of the Cooperative Extension professional staff during the last year. Over 30 professionals plus support staff and several hundred volunteers along the coasts compose the people power of the program. Through their united efforts, more than 70,000 individuals were aided directly while millions of others received information through mass media efforts. Exampl​es of impacts in six areas of major emphasis, some additional traditional efforts, and a few instances of work in emerging areas are presented. The report concludes with highlights of organizational growth and changes. A map on page 3 indicates the location of Sea Grant Extension staff offices, and suggests topics emphasized in each region.
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    NYEXT-Q-85-001
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