August 6, 2019
Edition Topics

  1. Message from Dr. Silvertooth
  2. Achieving Forest Health Video
  3. Emergency Action Plans 

Message from the Associate Dean and Extension Director  

The Cooperative Extension System (CES) is conducting the annual conference this week at La Paloma in Tucson.  The conference begins today at 11:30 a.m. and extends to midday on Wednesday, 7 August.

This conference provides a great opportunity for everyone in the CES to assemble for updates and information.  This conference offers a great chance for people to meet face to face in cases where telephone calls and email are often the primary means of interaction.  This conference needs to be useful, productive, and worthwhile for all parties. 

It is up to all of us to make this conference useful, enjoyable, and productive.  I look forward to seeing everyone in Tucson this week and I appreciate your participation.  


Achieving Forest Health Video 

Achieving Forest Health in Arizona

The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension takes the science of the the people of Arizona - when it comes to health, agriculture, and natural resources. Agent Chris Jones talks about Forest Health in Arizona, and the importance of a recent 'Forest Health Symposium' in Gila County.

Refresh Your Emergency Action Plans

With the start of a new academic year almost here, it’s a good idea to refresh your Emergency Action Plans (EAPs) or Continuity of Operations Plans (COOPs).  These plans can be used for a variety of situations and incidents.  The University of Arizona has created the short video below for active shooter scenarios.  WARNING this video contains information about active shooters, which may be triggering to victims of violence.

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