Could any Sanetters help Gustavo? I have a list of some programs but
according to my list, the only program in the general area of the
south/southwest is Florida's M.Sc. in Agricultural Education and
Communication, which allows people to specialize in farming systems
research and extension for sustainable ag. Please respond directly to
Gustavo. Contacts would be useful.
Michelle Thom, IATP
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From: "Assoc. Gaucha de Prot. ao Ambiente Natural" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Dialogue on Participation
I am going to the US next semester for a graduate course in Agronomy, with
emphasys on susag. university/college will be indicated
by my sponsors, but I could send some suggestions: do you n know of any
programs in susag/organic ag/ produt low input production systems
research in the Southcentral states (Lousiana/Texas/OK)?
If you could send some brief references (esp. qualitative), or indicate someone who could, I would be very grateful.
AGAPAN Sci. Tech . Committee