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Area Cooperative Extension Advisor - Orchard Systems
Serving Madera and Merced Counties
Staff Position Vacancy Announcements
Nutrition Program Coordinator
The Program Coordinator is responsible for the coordination of program implementation focusing on delivery of nutrition education to low-income youth and adults. This includes recruiting, training, guiding, and supporting nutrition education extenders with information and resources, evaluating program implementation, collecting documentation, and writing reports in compliance with USDA guidelines.
Requisition Number #20150719
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Shannon Mueller, Ph.D., County Director Agronomic Crops Farm Advisor (559) 675-7879 Ext. 7211 or (559) 241-7515 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lindsay Jordan, Viticulture Farm Advisor (559) 675-7879 Ext. 7205 email@example.com
Janet Cangemi, Master Gardener Coordinator (559) 675-7879, Ext. 7212 firstname.lastname@example.org
Russell Hill, 4-H Advisor (559) 675-7204 email@example.com
Laurie Fringer, 4-H Program Representative (559) 675-7879, Ext. 7202 firstname.lastname@example.org
Scott Stoddard, Vegetable Crops & Limited Resource Farms Advisor (209) 385-7403 email@example.com
Fadzayi Mashiri, Ph.D., Livestock & Natural Resources Farm Advisor (209) 966-2417 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Madera County Programs
Organizes, administers, directs and coordinates youth programs in cooperation with Madera County 4-H adult volunteer leaders. Programs are designed to meet the needs and interest of youth 9 to 19 years of age. Focus is on responsibility and leadership development.
Provides extension education and research programs in alfalfa, cereal grains and corn. Provides weed identification and programs for efficient weed control.
Dairy Currently searching to fill this position
Dairy productivity and product quality, as well as complex issues of animal health and welfare, waste management, and water quality.
Providing professional research and advice to support range livestock producers and rangeland managers.
Their mission is to extend research based knowledge and information on home horticulture, pest management, and sustainable landscape to the residents of Madera County.
Practical advice and problem solving for fruit and nut producers.
Provides educational information to vegetable crop producers in Madera County. Conducts research programs in tomatoes, melons, garlic and other vegetables. Serves Madera and Merced Counties.
Disseminates research based information from University, industry and private research to growers, processors and packers of grapes and grape products. Provides diagnosis of permanent crop plant diseases.
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