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Farm Family Safety and Health Workshop  Revised edition

Chapter 7: Finding Appropriate Teaching Resources

There are a variety of resources available that can enhance the quality of any farm safety workshop. Four common resource formats include

  1. printed materials, such as leader's guides, safety brochures, quizzes, coloring books, and safety check lists;
  2. audiovisual materials, including videos, PowerPoint presentations, slide sets, and overhead transparencies;
  3. on-line and computer-based resources; and in some locations,
  4. portable displays and demonstrations

In addition, there are numerous resource people with specialized training that are available in most communities to assist in presenting safety information. This chapter is designed to help you become more familiar with some of the available resources and how to access them.

Rural Health and Safety Resource Directories

Many Extension safety leaders and safety organizations across the country have published or put on their web site resource directories of safety information available in their state. For example, the Indiana Rural Safety and Heath Council regularly publishes and puts on-line a directory listing hundreds of films, videos, publications, and other resources available in Indiana. For more information on obtaining a safety resource directory for your state contact your local office of the Cooperative Extension Service, or the state Extension safety leader at your land grant institution. To view the on-line copy of the Indiana Rural Health and Safety Resource Directory, visit or write :

Indiana Rural Safety and Health Council
Purdue University
Agricultural & Biological Engineering Building
225 S. University Street
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093

Audiovisual Materials

High quality audiovisual materials provide diversity to a farm safety workshop, and can be very effective in vividly reinforcing a particular safety message in a very short amount of time. There are several excellent videos on various farm safety topics have been produced and are available for purchase or rent. The following sampling of videos are available from the Instructional Media Center at Purdue University (317-494-6742). Similar videos are likely available in most states.

Agricultural Accidents and Rescue Series CA*

Designed for rural first response personnel including fire, rescue, and emergency medical services. Covers technical information on rescue and extraction from various types of agricultural accidents.
(Producer: The Pennsylvania State University)

(* Videos are generally classified for age groups according to the following scale:

E = Elementary J = Junior High S = Senior High C = College A = Adult )

Agricultural Tractor Safety 24 minutes JSCA

Explains that tractor accidents are the leading cause of death for farm and ranch workers and that most of these accidents can be prevented. Shows mannequins being crushed and mangled in accidents while making a strong case for rollover protective structures, seat belts, PTO shields, and prohibiting extra riders.
(Producer: Purdue University)

ATV Safety on the Farm 17 minutes JSCA

Offers a concise overview of ATV safety basics for both farm operators and their employees. Although the video focuses on farming activities, the information is beneficial to anyone using ATV's for utility operations. Driving procedures and personal protective equipment are discussed in detail.
(Producer: The Ohio State University)

Dairy Safety, It's No Accident 28 minutes JSCA

This film discusses a variety of safety concerns relating to dairy farming, including animal handling techniques and the hazards of various types of milking parlors. Also the proper handling and storage of dairy chemicals are stressed.
(Producer: California Polytechnic State University)

Driveline Safety... and You 24 minutes JSCA

Farm broadcaster Orion Samuelson discusses accident prevention when using agricultural equipment drivelines. The video also advises the viewer how to use and maintain a driveline properly and points out correct operating procedures.
(Producer: Agricultural Driveline Manufacturers Association)

Farm and Ranch Electrical Safety 19 minutes SCA

The risk of electric shock is an ever-present hazard in modern agriculture. Radio personality Wey Simpson explains how to properly handle irrigation equipment, how to safely wire and ground electrical systems, and what to do when the worst happens.
(Producer: University of Idaho)

Farm and Ranch Equipment Safety 19 minutes JSCA

Farm broadcaster Bob Tallman narrates the program and discusses many important safety considerations for farm and ranch equipment. Emergency medical personnel discuss accident situations they have experienced involving equipment, and they offer advice on accident prevention.
(Producer: University of Idaho)

For the Rest of Your Life 16 minutes SCA

Instructs on the precautions to be used when handling anhydrous ammonia as a fertilizer. Reports on the agricultural uses of anhydrous ammonia, why it can be dangerous, what accidents can happen, and how to prevent eye injuries or permanent eye damage when using anhydrous ammonia.
(Producer: Iowa State University)

John Deere Consolidated Safety Video 87 minutes SCA

Contains eleven segments on such farm safety topics as safety attitudes, bypass starting, safety and labels, lawn mowers, combines, tractors, and others.
(Producer: Deere & Company)

Kids Talk Farm Safety Stuff 7 minutes EJ

This short film has a group of young farm children describing various hazards on the farm. Animals, farm machinery, ponds, and other potential hazards are described by the kids. This film is an excellent way of introducing farm safety concepts to children.
(Producer: Farm Safety 4 Just Kids)

Sawdust 18 minutes EJA

Covers a wide variety of hazards encountered by youngsters in both town and country. Topics covered include highway and playground safety, as well as farm hazards such as tractors and flowing grain.
(Producer: Indiana Rural Safety and Health Council)

Safety – It’s All About You 15 minutes JSCA

Promotes numerous farm safety topics, such as tractor rollovers, PTO safety, instructional seats, round bale handling.
(Producer: Deere & Co.)


Publications exist on almost every conceivable topic related to farm safety. Brochures, bulletins, posters, and technical papers are available through your state Extension Service, organizations like the National Safety Council and Farm Safety 4 Just Kids, agricultural equipment manufacturers, agricultural organizations, and federal agencies, including the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission. A few phone calls can generate more material than you can efficiently use in one safety workshop. Be careful not to overwhelm participants with printed material. A few key pieces that effectively address your objectives will have more impact than a bushel of unrelated items. Be prepared to pay for multiple copies of most material. In many cases, sponsors may be willing to cover the cost of selected items. You may wish to incorporate the cost of handouts in the registration fee.

Leaders' Materials:

Careful Country Teacher's Kit

A comprehensive educational resource designed to help teachers, parents, and others teach injury prevention principles to rural and farm children. The Teacher's Kit is structured around the 24-page Careful Country Farm Safety Coloring and Activity Book, which uses animal characters and "parent alerts" to depict the primary health and safety hazards to farm children. The kit includes lesson plan, fact sheets, camera-ready handouts, and an 18-minute video entitled Sawdust.

Available from:
Indiana Rural Safety and Health Council
Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907

Teaming Up -A Farm Safety Walkabout For Kids

A resource designed for organizing a farm safety "walkabout" for farm families. Includes suggested motivation techniques and activities designed for children .

Available from:

Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
PO Box 458
Earlham, IA 50072

Farm and Ranch Safety Management Instructor's Guide

Assists teachers in planning agricultural safety lessons.

Available from:

Local John Deere dealer, or

Hobar Publications
1234 Tillar Lane
St. Paul, MN 55112

Farm Accident Rescue (35 pages)

This handbook is used to familiarize emergency and rescue personnel with common farm accident situations and how to deal with them safely. Machinery upsets, grain bin entrapments, equipment entanglements, and many other scenarios are discussed. Recommended rescue procedures and necessary equipment are emphasized.

Available from:

Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service
152 Riley-Rubb Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853

First on the Scene (46 pages)

This manual provides appropriate first response procedures for the first person on the scene of a farm accident. Designed for the farm family, the manual uses simple flowcharts to direct the actions of the first responder .

Available from:

Northeast Regional Agricultural Engineering Service
152 Riley-Rubb Hall
Cornell University
Ithaca, NY 14853


Most county extension offices and land grant institutions have access to safety-related brochures and pamphlets that are suitable as handouts for farm safety workshops.

In Indiana, for example, the following titles are available:
  • Beware of Flowing Grain Dangers
  • Beware of Machine Hazards
  • Beware of On-Farm Manure Storage Hazards
  • Chain Saw Safety
  • Dressing Up the Farm Family
  • Protecting Your Hearing
  • Safety with Farm Tractors
  • Using Anhydrous Ammonia Safely
  • Using Grain Harvesting Equipment Safely
  • Using Hay and Forage Harvesting Equipment Safely

Sources of Additional Safety Information

The following represent only a sample of the organizations and information sources you may wish to contact while planning your safety workshop .

Child Safety:

Farm Safety 4 Just Kids
P.O. Box 458
Earlham, IA 50072-0458
Tel. 1-800-423-KIDS
The National SAFE KIDS Campaign
Children's National Medical Center
111 Michigan Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20010-2970
Tel. (202) 662-0600
Children's Safety Network
Rural Injury Prevention Resource Center
National Farm Medicine center
1000 North Oak Avenue
Marshfield, WI 54449
Tel. 1-800-662-6900

Electrical Safety:

Local utility company

Local rural electric cooperative

Farm and Ranch Safety:

Farm Safety Association, Inc.
340 Woodlawn Rd. West
Guelph, Ontario

Fire Prevention:

Local fire department

National Fire Protection Association
1 Batterymarch Park
Quincy, MA 02269

General Safety:

State affiliate of the National Society to Prevent Blindness

State affiliate of the National Safety Council

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
230 Dearborn Street, Room 2945
Chicago, IL 60604
Tel. (312)353-8260

Rural Health:

American Heart Association

American Lung Association

American Red Cross

Arthritis Foundation

State Department of Health

State Food & Drug Administration

State Mental Health Association

State Poison Center

Outdoor Recreation Safety

State Department of Natural Resources

Traffic Safety

State Department of Traffic Safety

State Police

State Sheriff's Association

On-line Resources:

AgrAbility Project - National Project

USDA AgrAbility Project activities and information

American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)

Resources, late-breaking news, and links to other sites for parents, pediatricians, health professionals, and others interested in child and adolescent development.

Breaking New Ground Resource Center

Resources related to farming and ranching with a disability. Includes links to other related sites.

Canada Centre for Occupational Health and Safety

Information, demonstrations, courses, search tools, and cooperative projects worldwide on safe and healthy working environments.

Center for Rural Emergency Medicine (CREM)

Education, research, service, gopher archive, and data on the delivery of emergency and trauma care in rural areas.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Publications, resources, statistics, funding, training opportunities, and links to other federal and international agencies.

Child Farm Safety Links - National Safety Council

Children's Safety Network (CSN) - Education Development Center

Project highlights, CSN site descriptions, and links to other injury prevention sites.

Consumer Product Safety Commission

CPSC, an independent Federal regulatory agency, helps keep American families safe by reducing the risk of injury or death from consumer products. Site contains product recall information, statistics, and more.

Cooperative Extension Service-Federal

Access to resources at land grant universities across the country.

The Disaster Handbook

Contains information on disaster preparedness, during or after the disaster, home/farm recovery, floods, hurricanes and other related subjects.

Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)

Provides a variety of information on preparing and coping with disasters of all types.

Fact Sheets - National Safety Council

Farm Safety Week

Farm Safety 4 Just Kids

Information for parents, kids, and chapters interested in childhood agricultural safety.

Florida AgSafe Progam

This site provides educational information for making the agricultural workplace safer and healthier. It also contains materials relevant for disaster and emergency situations.

Harborview Injury Prevention and Research Center

Overview of prevention activities, research, projects, resources and links to national and international sites.

Injury Control Resource Information Network (ICRIN)

Injury prevention, information, database searches, updates and links to nationwide and international sites.

Indiana Rural Safety and Health Council (IRSHC)

Available resources on health and safety for rural and farm families. Additional links to other injury prevention sites. Useful educational pages can be downloaded.

Minnesota Farm Safety and Health

Activities in Minnesota and links to national and international occupational safety and health sites.

National Agricultural Safety Database (NASD)

NASD has numerous documents on agricultural safety and health available in both English and Spanish.

National Center for Farmworker Health

Information resources and special projects of NCFH with migrant and seasonal farmworkers.

National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural health and Safety (NCCRAHS)

Provides resources, research, and education to enhance the health and safety of all children exposed to agricultural hazards in the U.S., with a focus on injury prevention.

National Farm Medicine Center

Resources dedicated to improving the quality of life on farms and ranches, and links to National Children's Center for Rural and Agricultural Health and Safety.

National FFA Organization

Guide for FFA members, advisors, and others with leadership, growth, and career opportunities in agriculture, links available to other agricultural education resources.

National Highway and Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

Events, "What's New?" feature, and links to other transportation sites.

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Information, services, and links to other occupational web sites.

National SAFE KIDS Campaign

Fact sheets available on a variety of child injury topics.

National Safety Council

News, events, membership, publications, fact sheets, and activities. Visit the agricultural division site at NSC.

National Education Center for Ag Safety (NECAS)

Ohio Agricultural Safety Page

Listing of publications, services, and products available from the Ohio State University Extension.

Progressive Farmer Magazine

Special topics, bulletin board, news/weather reports, and special features.

Public Service Announcements

Purdue Agricultural Safety and Health Program

Extensive listing of agricultural safety and health resources including links to other helpful sites.

Rural Indiana Safer Kids Project

Covers basic injury prevention information concerning the risks in the rural setting. Many links to other sites and offers families helpful direction to resources.

Rural Information Center (RIC)

Upcoming conferences, funding sources, publications, and policy and research issues.

Safer Site (for Youth)

Successful Farming Magazine

Agribusiness news and links to other agricultural organizations.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA)

Reports, data, program information, and links to other related sites.

University of California (UC) Agricultural Health and Safety Center

NIOSH center abstracts, projects, newspaper clippings, information and links to other sites.

USDA Guide for Editors

Women in Agriculture

Articles, updates, resources, ag women discussion groups and links to other agriculture pages and resources for women.

State Extension Contacts:

Washington D.C.

Bradley K. Rein
800 - 9th St, SW
3rd Floor Waterfront Centre Bldg
DC 20250
Phone: (202) 401-0151
FAX: (202) 401-5179
Ms. Joan M. White
800 - 9th St, SW
3rd Fl Waterfront Centre Bldg
DC 20250
Phone: (202) 401-6950
FAX: (202) 401-5179


Dr. Jesse LaPrade
107 Duncan Hall
Auburn University
Auburn, AL 36849-5626
Phone: (334) 844-5533
FAX: (334) 844-9022


Mr. Hunter Michelbrink
Alaska Cooperative Extension Service
809 S. Chugach St. #2
Palmer, AK 99645
Phone: (907) 745-3361
FAX: (907) 745-5479


Dr. Donald C. Slack
University of Arizona . Ag & Biosystem Engr
403 Shantz Bldg.
P.O. Box 210038
Tucson, AZ 85721-0038
Phone: (520) 621-7230
FAX: (520) 621-3963

American Samoa

Tavita Elisara
PO Box 5319
Pago Pago, AS 96799
Phone: (684) 699-1575
FAX: (684) 699-5011


Dr. Gary Huitink
University of Arkansas
POB 391
2301 South University Avenue
Little Rock , AR 72227
Phone: (501) 671-2237
FAX: (501) 671-2303


Dr. James M. Meyers
School of Public Health
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720
Phone: (510) 643-5310
FAX: (510) 642-5815


Mr. Dean Oatman
Farm Safety Specialist
200 E. First
Courthouse Rm 101
Trinidad, CO 81082
Phone: (719) 846-6881
FAX: (719) 846-4257


Mr. Roy A. Jeffrey
Extension Educator
University of Connecticut
1376 Storrs Rd
Storrs, CT 06269-4134
Phone: (860) 486-5962
FAX: (860) 486-0264


Dr. Ronald Jester
University of Delaware
16684 County Seat Hwy.
Georgetown, DE 19947
Phone: (302) 856-7303 Ext310
FAX: (302) 856-1845


Dr. Carol J. Lehtola
University of Florida
Frazier Rogers Hall
POB 110570
Gainesville, FL 32611-0570
Phone: (352) 392-1864 ext 223
FAX: (352) 392-4092


Dr. Glen C. Rains
Bio & Agr Engr Dept.
PO Box 748
Tifton, GA 31793
Phone: (229) 391-3735
FAX: (229) 386-3958


Mr. Roland Quitugua
University of Guam
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
UOG Station
Mangilao, Guam 96923
Phone: (671) 735-2080
FAX: (671) 734-5600


Dr. Sabina F. Swift
University of Hawaii at Manoa
Dept. of Plant and Environmental Protection Sciences
3190 Maile Way
St. John 307
Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: (808) 956-9208
FAX: (808) 956-9675


Mr. Thomas J. Karsky
University of Idaho
Bio & Agr Engr Dept
PO Box 440904
Moscow, ID 83844-0904
Phone: (208) 885-7627
FAX: (208) 885-7908


Dr. Robert A. Aherin
University of Illinois
Dept of Agr Engr
1304 W Pennsylvania Ave
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: (217) 333-9417
FAX: (217) 244-0323
Dr. Robert (Chip) Petrea
University of Illinois
Dept of Agr Engr
1304 W Pennsylvania Ave
Urbana, IL 61801
Phone: (217) 333-5035
FAX: (217) 244-0324


Dr. William E. Field
Purdue University
Dept of Agr & Bio Engr
ABE Bldg.
225 S University St.
West Lafayette, IN 47907-2093
Phone: (765) 494-1191
FAX: (765) 496-1356


Dr. Charles V. Schwab
Iowa State University
214D Davidson Hall
Ames, IA 50011-3080
Phone: (515) 294-4131
FAX: (515) 294-2255


Dr. John Slocombe
Kansas State University
149 Seaton Hall
Manhattan, KS 66506-2917
Phone: (785) 532-2906
FAX: (785) 532-6944


Mr. Larry R. Piercy
128 Barnhart Bldg.
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40546-0276
Phone: (859) 257-3000 ext 107
FAX: (859) 257-5671


Mr. Dan Martin
Louisiana State University
Dept. of Bio & Agr Engr
149 E.B. Doran Bldg.
Baton Rouge, LA 70803-4505
Phone: (225) 578-2229
FAX: (225) 578-7437


Dr. Steven B. Johnson
University of Maine
Aroostook Co. Extension Service
POB 727
Presque Isle, ME 04769
Phone: (207) 764-3361
FAX: (207) 764-3362


Dr. David S. Ross
University of Maryland
Dept. of Bio Resources Engr
College Park, MD 20742-2315
Phone: (301) 405-1188
FAX: (301) 314-9023


Dr. William Coli
University of Massachusetts
Dept of Entomology
Ag Engr Bldg, Rm. 211
Amherst, MA 01003
Phone: (413) 545-1051
FAX: (413) 545-5858


Dr. Truman Surbrook
Dept. of Biosystems & Agr Engr
Farrall Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824-1323
Phone: (517) 353-3232
FAX: (517) 432-2892


Dr. John M. Shutske
University of Minnesota
Biosystems & Agr Engr Dept.
1390 Eckles Ave
St. Paul, MN 55108
Phone: (612) 626-1250
FAX: (612) 624-3005


Mr. M. Herbert Willcutt
Mississippi State University
Dept. of Agr & Bio Engr
POB 9632
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Phone: (662) 325-7345
FAX: (662) 325-3853


Ms. Karen Funkenbusch
University of Missouri
205 Agricultural Engineering Bldg
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 800-995-8503
FAX: (573) 884-5650
Dr. H. Willard Down
University of Missouri
222 Agricultural Engineering Bldg
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: (573) 882-2731
FAX: (573) 884-5650


Dr. Mike Cavey
Montana State University
203 Taylor Hall
Bozeman, MT 59717-3580
Phone: (406) 994-3501
FAX: (406) 994-5417


Mr. David L. Morgan
University of Nebraska
Nebraska Tractor Test Laboratory
35th & East Campus Loop
Lincoln, NE 68583-0832
Phone: (402) 472-2442
FAX: (402) 472-8367


Dr. Albert A. Cirelli
University of Nevada
Dept. of Animal Biotechnology & Veterinary Medicine
Mail Stop 202
Reno, NV 89557-0104
Phone: (775) 784-1635
FAX: (775) 784-1375

New Hampshire

Ms. Sarah Smith
University of New Hampshire
214 Nesmith Hall
131 Main St.
Durham, NH 03824
Phone: (603) 862-2647
FAX: (603) 862-0107

New Jersey

Dr. George Hamilton
Pest Management Office
Rutgers University
93 Lipman Drive
New Brunswick, NJ 08901-8525
Phone: (732) 932-9801
FAX: (732) 932-9751

New Mexico

Mr. Craig R. Runyan
New Mexico State University
POB 30003-MSC 3AE
Las Cruces, NM 88003
Phone: (505) 646-1131
FAX: (505) 646-8085

New York

Dr. Eric M. Hallman
Cornell University
Director Ag Health & Safety Program
777 Warren Rd.
Ithaca, NY 14850
Phone: (607) 255-5492
FAX: (607) 257-5041

North Carolina

Mr. Grant Ellington
North Carolina State University
Campus Box 7625
Raleigh, NC 27695-7625
Phone: (919) 515-6748
FAX: (919) 515-7760

North Dakota

Mr. George G. Maher
North Dakota State University
Agr Engr 115
Box 5626 (pkgs-1221 West College Street)
Fargo, ND 58105-5626
Phone: (701) 231-8288
FAX: (701) 231-1008

Northern Marianas

Mr. Ross Manglona
No. Marianas College
PO Box 501250
Saipan, MP 96950
Phone: (670) 234-5498
FAX: (670) 234-0054


Dr. Thomas Lee Bean
The Ohio State University
Dept of Agr Engr
590 Woody Hayes Drive
Rm 218
Columbus, OH 43210-1057
Phone: (614) 292-9455
FAX: (614) 292-9448


Mr. Ross O. Love
Oklahoma State University
245 Agricultural Hall
Stillwater, OK 74078-6021
Phone: (405) 744-6550
FAX: (405) 744-5339


Mr. Myron Shenk
Oregon State University
Integrated Plant Prod Center
2040 Cordley Hall
Corvallis, OR 97331-2915
Phone: (541) 737-6274
FAX: (541) 737-3080


Dr. Dennis J. Murphy
Penn State University
221 Agr Engr Bldg
University Park, PA 16802-1909
Phone: (814) 865-7157
FAX: (814) 863-1031

Puerto Rico

Mr. Noel Torres
Agr Extension Service
POB 9031
Mayaguez Campus
Mayaguez, PR 00681-9031
Phone: (787) 832-4040
FAX: (787) 265-4130

Rhode Island

Dr. Richard A. Casagrande
University of Rhode Island
240 Woodward Hall
Kingston, RI 02881
Phone: (401) 874-2924
FAX: (401) 874-5296

South Carolina

Mr. Charles V. Privette, III
Clemson University
224 McAdams Hall
Box 34-0357
Clemson, SC 26934-0357
Phone: (864) 656-6247
FAX: (864) 656-0338

South Dakota

Dr. Dick Nicolai
South Dakota State University
Agr & Biosystems Engr
AE 123
Box 2120
Brookings, SD 57007
Phone: (605) 688-5663
FAX: (605) 688-6764


Dr. Timothy G. Prather
University of Tennessee
Biosystems Engr & Environmental Science Dept.
2506 E. J. Chapman Dr.
Knoxville, TN 37996-4531
Phone: (865) 974-7266
FAX: (865) 974-4514


Dr. Bruce J. Lesikar
Texas A&M University
301 Scoates Hall
2117 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-2117
Phone: (979) 845-7453
FAX: (979) 862-3442


Mr. Ross Jacobson
Utah State University
4900 Old Main Hill
Logan, UT 84322-4900
Phone: (435) 797-3761
FAX: (435) 797-3268


Mr. George L. Cook
UVM Extension System
29 Sunset Drive, STE 2
Morrisville, VT 05661-8331
Phone: (802) 888-4972
FAX: (802) 888-2432

Virgin Islands

Mr. Stafford M. Crossman
University of the Virgin Islands
V.I. Cooperative Extension Service
RR 2
Box 10,000
Kingshill, St. Croix
VI 00850-4066
Phone: (340) 692-4054
FAX: (340) 692-4045


Mr. Robert (Bobby) Grisso
Virginia Tech
Dept of Biological Systems Engr
211 Seitz Hall
Blacksburg, VA 24061-0303
Phone: (540) 231-6538
FAX: (540) 231-3199


Dr. Ed Adams
Washington State University
Director Ag & Natural Resources Programs
534 E. Trent
Ste 203
POB 1495
Spokane, WA 99210-14495
Phone: (509) 358-7960
FAX: (509) 358-7979

West Virginia

Dr. Patricia Miller
West Virginia University
130 Tower Lane
Morgantown, WV 26506-6615
Phone: (304) 293-3096
FAX: (304) 293-5905


Cheryl Skjolaas
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dept of Biological Systems Engr
460 Henry Mall
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 262-0568
FAX: (608) 262-1228
Dr. Ronald T. Schuler
University of Wisconsin-Madison
Dept of Bio Systems Engr
460 Henry Mall
Madison, WI 53706
Phone: (608) 262-0613
FAX: (608) 262-1228


Mr. Jerry Langbehn
Cooperative Ext Service
Extension Farm/Ranch Safety Specialist
Rm 107 Ag Hall
POB 3354
Laramie, WY 82071-3354
Phone: (307) 766-3565
FAX: (307) 766-3998
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