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  • Developing directories of local services and opportunities for older persons 

    Mitchell, Charles F. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1978)
    The need frequently has been expressed for guidelines on how to prepare a directory of community services and opportunities for older persons. This publication was prepared in order to meet this need, in part. It is based ...
  • Not another survey : a look at issues in assessing the community needs of the aging 

    Mitchell, Charles F. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1978)
    This guideline for needs assessment is part of the 1977-78 follow-up of Area Aging Training Projects by the University of Missouri Social Work Extension Program. Consultation regarding the feasibility of the needs assessment ...
  • Putting Robert's rules to work 

    Robertson, William E. Gene (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1977)
    This simplified guide is intended to help you wade through the waters of Robert's Rules of Order. It does not suggest that Robert's Rules is the most effective way of conducting meetings in every situation. It is a guide ...
  • Children's reading : what parents can do to help 

    Robinson, Richard D. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1977)
    The role parents play in helping their children become good readers cannot be overemphasized. While the local school still has the major responsibility for the actual teaching of formal reading, its program can accomplish ...
  • Bibliography of Missouri geography : a guide to written material on places and regions of Missouri 

    Schroeder, Walter A. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1977)
    This bibliography is intended to serve as large an audience as possible. Included are works of a range of reading difficulty or sophistication. The annotations for entries should serve as guides to the kind of readership ...
  • University of Missouri, Lincoln University Cooperative Extension Service Publications (order form) 

    (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1978)
    This is an order form for University of Missouri, Lincoln University Cooperative Extension Service publications.
  • Evaluation of the reading program : decisions for improvement 

    Hulett, Joycelin Brown; Robinson, Richard D. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1980)
    As noted throughout this monograph, any reading program evaluation is largely dependent for its eventual outcome upon the knowledge and attitudes each classroom teacher has concerning both the total reading program in a ...
  • Preliminary estimate, Missouri land in public ownership, 1974-1976 

    Ballard, John (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1976)
    It is impossible to determine the amount of land in public ownership in Missouri, though this information is often sought. The Missouri State Library cites public land questions among inquiries most frequently received and ...
  • Missouri's Bootheel Career Exploration Project : a demonstration rural career education pilot modeled on 4-H 

    Jefferson, N. Lyneel; Cook, Samuel A.; Cooper, M. Mike (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1976)
    Funding: A career exploration youth project, funded on March 22, 1973, with $100,000 in 1890 Extension Service USDA Grant Special Project funds, was initiated in a six-county area of southeast Missouri. (See Appendix A). ...
  • Principal interaction fields of Missouri regional centers 

    Boehm, Richard G.; Wagner, William B. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1976)
  • Questions for evaluation and selection of instructional materials 

    Robinson, Richard D.; McElmurry, Judy (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1976)
  • Trash management : better than burial 

    Duepner, John J.; Ballard, John E.; Dohm, Richard R. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1976)
    One result of the increased environmental concern of the late 1960's was a status elevation for trash. As solid waste it became an object of concern to planners, engineers, the bureaucracy, legislators, and local officials. ...
  • People helping people, the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, a second report 

    (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division., 1975)
    Life can be tough. When you've eaten beans and rice as long as you can remember and the price of beans and rice doubles, what do you do? When you don't have enough food to pack school lunches for your children, what do you ...
  • Back to the basics : through teacher-made tapes from primary children 

    Fehrie, Carl C. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Program of Conitnuing Professional Education, 1975)
  • Missouri Bootheel career exploration project, interim second-year report 

    (Lincoln Univesrity; University of Missouri, 1975)
    Missouri Bootheel Career Exploration Project for Secondary-Age Youth of Low-Income and Minority Group Status This demonstration project was'undertaken in an effort to stem, in part, the out-migration in rural Missouri and ...
  • Teaching the metric system 

    Leake, John B. (1975)
    Gradually the United States is moving toward the adoption of Systeme International (SI) units of measurement. These units are also referred to as metric units. SI units will become more important for measurement in schools ...
  • Phosphorus in Missouri soils 

    Buchholz, Daryl D. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1983)
    "In Missouri, soils generally contain from 800 to 2,000 pounds of total phosphorus per acre. Most of this phosphorus is fixed, that is, not available for use by plants. When added to soils, phosphorus fertilizer enters ...
  • Nitrogen in Missouri soils 

    Buchholz, Daryl D. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1982)
    "Missouri soils commonly contain from 1,000 to 6,000 pounds of organic nitrogen. This nitrogen is made slowly available for plant use by the breakdown of stable organic matter (humus). Research in Missouri has shown that ...
  • Selection of the herd bull 

    Massey, John W. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1985)
    "Two major breeding programs in beef cattle improvement are: (1) purebred, in which the objective is to improve the genetic worth of the herd, and (2) commercial production, in which the objective is to take advantage of ...
  • Assisting the beef cow at calving time* 

    Whittier, Jack C.; Thorne, James G. (University of Missouri--Columbia. Extension Division, 1988)
    "Six to ten percent of all calves born in beef cow herds in the U.S. die at or soon after birth. About half of those deaths are due to calving difficulty (dystocia). This multi-million dollar annual loss is second only to ...