Florence, E. H. / Annual report of the Trempealeau County agricultural agent
Cooperation of and with other agencies PDF (943.2 KB)
O00APl05ION 0F AND WITH MM AGENCUS COOFlUTIVE8 Agent keeps in as close contact as possible with existing coopera- tives and offers his services to organizing any new cooperative, providing, of course$ it Is worthwhile and feasible. AGRI0ULMTLL 3NSTUCORS Trempealeau County is fortunate to hate six Vocational Agricultural departments in its school system. They are an inducement for farm boys to at- tend high school who might not otherwise. The instructors 3.4. Smith, Blair; J. O. Beadle, Galesville; 3il Schiesser, Whitehall; Parker Hagg, Arcadia; Philip Newnan, Independence; and Hiram Thompson, Osseo have given splendid assistance to county agricultu- ral programs and their help and good will is deeply appreciated by the County Agent. JAN1 HiWCMJY The County Agent assists the' county supervisor, A. 1. Nehring when- ever he requests it in establishing clients. A fine spirit of cooperation exists and every effort is made to help the low income families. M7 AL WAD BN The County Agent cooperates with the local secretary, J. o, Garaghan, with any problems he desires assistamdo the county agents office May be able to give. Their cooperation with our erosion control program has been note- worthy and is appreciated. A. CCMITTE3D & OFICE The agent appreciates the past assistance given on agricultural pro- grams by the AAA. Their passing on of information on agricultural programs to their neighbors has meant much to the county. COMMUNITY CORGNIZATIONS It is a policy of this office to give all aid possible to community programs such as fairs, festivals, regular club meetings, etc, Judging was done at several fairsb Motion pictures on soil erosion have been shown on soil erosion problems at many community club meetings. 0oUNTY sUwE=NfnDDWn OF SCEoOLS The aid and cooperation given this office by Mrs. Laura Pattridge, the superiseing teachers, and rural teacher., regarding agricultural programs has been great. A very close and fine spirit of cooperation exists between these two educational orgnizations that work with rural people.
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