CONSIDERATIONS FOR EXTENSION LOW-INCOME PROGRAM DESIGN: RESULTS OF A PRELIMINARY SURVEY
Robert O. Coppedge and
A. Gene Nelson
No 284677, 1973 AAEA-CAES-WAEA Joint Meeting, August 8-11, Edmonton, Canada from American Agricultural Economics Association (New Name 2008: Agricultural and Applied Economics Association)
The Cooperative Extension Service has been given the.charge to develop programs for delivery to the rural poor. Several states are now in the midst of pilot efforts to develop such programs. This paper reports on the results pf such a pilot project in Oregon with the assumption that the approach taken has implications for the development of low-income programs in other states as well.
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