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CAHS Juniors Lead in SGA For CAHS juniors Regan Johnson and Kendric Jones, the college experience means broadening one academic awareness but also being part of an organized voice for the student body’s academic, social and cultural well being at PVAMU. Serving as liaison between students, faculty, administrators, both were elected to the University’s Student Government Association (SGA). Johnson, a human science major, and Jones, an agriculture major, are bridging the gap between the traditional perception about agriculturalists as farmers and the reality of what students studying in the field of agriculture set for themselves as ambitious goals. They understand and help their classmates embrace the College of Agriculture and Human Sciences as the arm of the University that supports the land-grant mission and the critical role the agriculture industry plays in the economy. Jones, SGA comptroller, says, “Being an agricultural major concentrating in economics has really helped me in my position because it allows me to enhance my knowledge in financial operations and teach people how to break down a budget.” Johnson, an aspiring dentist, is excited to expand students’ ability to enact change to all aspects of the campus and make every PV student feel like they’re part of SGA.
Businesses in Development make BIDs at the Texas Fair Senator Royce West’s “Doing Business Texas Style Bid Fair” is the largest premier business expo in the southwest. The Bid Fair links minority owned businesses with corporations, public sector agencies and prime federal suppliers giving them opportunities they may not have otherwise enjoyed without this unique ability to directly connect with this network of prime customers. Businesses attending the statewide HUB Program are provided an opportunity to build relationships and submit bid proposals on-site. Community & Economic Development (CED) Specialist from Prairie View A&M University’s Cooperative Extension Program, Mr. Lloyd Hebert, held one of the 12-course curriculum classes in Irving, Texas, where participant’s met with purchasing agents from across the state. With his wealth of knowledge and years of experience in the industry, Mr. Hebert, walked participant business owners through the steps of how to engage these agencies with tips and best practices that would increase their success. Over 12-weeks of preparation, seventeen small businesses were established by the CED Small Business and Development Course. While attending the Bid Fair, 3 of the 21 bids submitted by the new businesses were awarded. One participant even completed a proposal for Lamar University that could be awarded $180,000 to fund his venture and launch a potential partnership that will brighten the future for not only his business, but his family and the community. To learn more about the Cooperative Extension Program, visit the CAHS website at www.pvamu.edu/CEP. Stay connected @pvamucahs. The Cooperative Extension Program at Prairie View A&M University is funded by the National Institute for Food & Agriculture (NIFA) through the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). The 1890 Extension Formula Program supports extension education programs that respond to the changing needs of limited resource clientele and underserved populations.
Livestock Fencing Workshop Held Over 40 farmers and ranchers from Waller and several neighboring counties attended the Livestock Fencing Workshop hosted by the Cooperative Extension Program on Saturday, August 13 on the campus of Prairie View A&M University. The workshop focused on modern fence construction for cattle and goat/sheep. The attendees included farmers and ranchers from various backgrounds and ages, some of whom are beginning farmers and ranchers. Participants learned how modern fence construction is more effective at keeping out large and small predators and durable enough to withstand the weight of cattle or the force of a random mishap with farm equipment. The material and techniques shared in the workshop result in cost-savings over time as livestock and produce are better protected from loss due to predators. Furthermore, the cost of repairing and re-constructing fences is minimized because of the durability and longevity of the fencing. Judd Pearce, Territory Manager, Stay-Tuff Fencing, presented information on building braces, fence type, stretching, tying and splicing fence. Several of the attendees engaged in hands-on participation as they applied the fencing techniques learned to construct a demonstration fence as the closing activity of the workshop. In addition to the fencing workshop, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) presented information on Cross-Fencing through the Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP), which is a program that offers financial support to Livestock Producers in cross fencing their pastures. The Farm Service Agency (FSA) presented information on the Farm Storage Facility Loan Program. This low interest loan program finances building structures such as hay barns, equipment storage and grain facilities. Of the 29 attendees responding to a workshop survey, 66% said they would probably or definitely adopt the use of a different fencing wire, 79% said they would use a different type of brace for fencing, and 79% said they would use cross-fencing as a practice on their farm. Further survey responses indicate that 86% intend to utilize USDA/NRCS programs to assist with cross-fencing, 66% will utilize USDA/FSA loan programs to build storage facilities, 86% will utilize USDA programs designed to assist small farmers, and 86% will participate in programs conducted by PVAMU to assist small farmers.
New Research Frontiers Begin Members of the Natural Resources and Environmental Systems, Ripendra Awal and Haimanote Bayabil, experimented with the CAHS’ unmanned aircraft system (UAS), commonly known as a drone, on the University Farm this past week. The UAS was bought early this year as part of the Smart Agriculture and Natural Resources Management research activities. Both scientists participated in UAS training course early this summer in California. They will be using this UAS and other sensors to train students and conduct research on the University Farm.

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Brenda Frazier
Class of '67

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