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This issue includes the 2014 SDSU Extension Annual Report.
[Page] 2 Committed To South Dakotans: Programs Focus On “Healthy Food, Healthy Families, Healthy Communities”
[Page] 4 Serving South Dakota’s Multi-Cultural Communities: Programs Take Root In Sioux Falls And On Standing Rock Indian Reservation
[Page] 4 Relevant Resource: New Manual Provides Guidance For Farmers Markets
[Page] 6 Food Growers Unite: Formation Of “Food Hub” Being Explored
[Page] 8 Envisioning The Future: Extension Assists Community Leaders With Forward Thinking
[Page] 10 Innovative New Tools: Online Resources Provide Useful Climate Data, Drainage Calculators
[Page] 12 Meeting Producer Needs: Production Knowledge Enhanced With Extension Efforts
[Page] 14 Directing Dairy Dialogues: Collaborative Outreach Efforts Engage & Educate
[Page] 15 Empowering Women: Annie’s Project Builds Business Skills Among Rural Women
[Page] 16 Adapting & Achieving: 4-H Youth Programming Continues To Grow & Serve New Audiences
[Page] 21 Planned Giving: A Message From The SDSU Foundation
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