Wednesday, January 30
Tuesday, January 29
|Mr. Washington on his farms|
Monday, January 28
USDA for the full story.
"It's important for farmers and ranchers in America today to stand up and be counted by participating in the Census of Agriculture," said Vilsack. "By participating in this survey, producers help provide a snapshot of the current state of agriculture in our country, which helps policymakers make better decisions about farm safety net programs and policies."
Currently underway by USDA's National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), the Census collects detailed data covering nearly every facet of U.S. agriculture. It looks at land use and ownership, production practices, expenditures and other factors that affect the way farmers do business and succeed in the 21st Century.
All farmers and ranchers should have received a Census form in the mail by early January. Completed forms are due by February 4, 2013. Farmers can return their forms by mail or online by visiting a secure website, www.agcensus.usda.gov. Federal law requires all agricultural producers to participate in the Census and requires NASS to keep all individual information confidential.
For more information about the Census, visit www.agcensus.usda.gov or call 1-888-4AG-STAT (1-888-424-7828). The Census of Agriculture is your voice, your future, your responsibility.
|Mr. Ware, left gives a tour of his farms|
Friday, January 25
Thursday, January 24
|Small farmers learn in the field as part of conference|
Wednesday, January 23
|Teams vying for 2012 top prize|
Friday, January 11
|CoC team celebrates 1st anniversary of 100% tobacco-free SU System|
Below: Motivated employees chant "Yes we can."
Gina E. Eubanks, Vice Chancellor for Extension and Adell Brown, Jr., Executive Vice Chancellor & Vice Chancellor for Research brought greetings to the convocation participants, praising past performance and encouraging future innovation in generating new skills, techniques and tools that will ultimately generate revenue for the SU System.
The three-day conference included training sessions, current breakout sessions for program areas; special guest speakers from SU System’s Office of Human Resources, College of Business; and a professional development session entitled “Navigating Academic Hierarchies Are you on the right path to reaching your career goals?”
|Poland pins anniversary button on faculty at convocation|
Monday, January 7
|Chancellor Williams addresses employees|