The Changing Interest in Organic Agriculture in Texas and Its Implications for Texas AgriLife Extension Service
The study reported here sought to determine the level of demand Texas AgriLife Extension agents are receiving for information on organic agriculture and their interest in training on organic agriculture. A majority of agents perceived the interest in organic agriculture was low to moderate in their respective counties, but was increasing. Agents indicated they had not received much formal training in organic agriculture but expressed an interest in training and noted traditional information resources and Extension workshops would be the most useful.
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Lillard, P. T., & Lindner, J. R. (2012). The Changing Interest in Organic Agriculture in Texas and Its Implications for Texas AgriLife Extension Service. The Journal of Extension, 50(3), Article 60. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss3/60