Cooperative Extension Work in Agriculture and Home Economics
by T. H. Eaton — 1931
The United States Department of Agriculture maintains a division known as the Extension Service. Of this 'service' the principal subdivision is the Office of Cooperative Extension Work. In every one of the forty-eight states, and the Territory of Hawaii, the land-grant college of agriculture maintains likewise an extension service. The federal and state services together perform a function known as 'cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics.'
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