One Ohio Extension agent created a Web site to help Extension Agents, Agriculture, quickly find research-based information to answer the questions of people with new and/or small farms. The site currently contains over 1,300 links to .edu, .gov, and .org sites. Readers with a rural clientele should find the site useful. Others may find inspiration, motivation, and instruction from reading how the site evolved from a group of agents discussing a lack of available resources to a state-of-the-art means to access up-to-date resources. Small Farm/New Farm http://newfarm.osu.edu officially debuted in December 2000 and is being well received by agents, specialists, and administrators.
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Polson, J., & Gastier, T. (2001). Small Farm/New Farm: One Agent Meeting Other Agents' Needs for Research-Based Information Through the WWW. The Journal of Extension, 39(4), Article 21. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol39/iss4/21