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33:49

Owner: tmevan0
28 March 2017
Duration: 33:49
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Every calendar year the 104 EPA regulated communities must report their Public Education and Outreach activities that are required by their stormwater permit. Many of the activities CES agents do on a regular basis count toward meeting the regulatory requirements of the regulated community. This discussion will focus on how CES agents can get their stormwater related Public Education and Outreach data to the regulated Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) permit holders in their county as quickly and as efficiently as possible. Although this workshop can be attended by all ANR agents, we are specifically interested in attendance from those ANR, HORT and ENV with at least one MS4 in their county. Counties that have MS4s are listed below: Region 1: Boyd, Greenup Region 2: Bell Region 3: Boone, Bullitt, Campbell, Jefferson, Kenton, Oldham, Shelby Region 4: Anderson, Boyle, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Jessamine, Madison, Scott Region 5: Hardin, Meade, Nelson, Pulaski, Taylor Region 6: Barren, Daviess, Henderson, Warren Region 7: Calloway, Christian, Graves, Hopkins, McCracken

58:06

Owner: tmevan0
28 March 2017
Duration: 58:06
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Dr. Jim Martin will do a presentation on using 2,4-D and Dicamba tolerant soybeans. Wednesday 2/24/2016 9:30 to 10:30

37:34

Owner: krhorn2
28 March 2017
Duration: 37:34
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36:22

Owner: krhorn2
28 September 2017
Duration: 36:22
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This in-service will bring agents up to date on the Cattle Handling and Care and Beef Quality Assurance Programs. The video is in the process of being updated and will be divided into modules, instead of one long video. We will start with 6 videos and to be certified farmers must complete 4; two that are required and a choice of 2 from the other 4. Another major change is that we are combining the H&C and BQA programs. When farmers complete the program, they will be certified in both. This in-service will take you through the new process and we hope to gain feedback from you before the final product is rolled out.

49:35

Owner: krhorn2
20 December 2017
Duration: 49:35
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JD Green and Travis Legleiter discuss New Dicamba Use Guidelines for Applications with Dicamba-Tolerant Crops on 12/14/2017 from 9:30am - 10:30am ET. They will discuss label changes and new requirements for use of dicamba products in 2018 will be discussed and how we plan to offer dicamba-specific training.

57:12

Owner: krhorn2
22 February 2018
Duration: 57:12
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The program will feature Dr. Greg Halich who will provide a grain profitability update for 2018

28:04

Owner: krhorn2
07 March 2018
Duration: 28:04
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March’s “Water Wednesday” is dedicated to MS4 training. We will review MCMs 1&2; Learn how to identify relevant CES programs and what permit holders require to meet reporting requirements.

02:11:13

Owner: krhorn2
29 March 2018
Duration: 02:11:13
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This meeting will count for the 2018 training requirements for US Tobacco GAP. Presentations will include a “GAP Connections update” from GAP Connections staff, “Labor Training” from the US Department of Labor, and a “Crop Production Update” from Cooperative Extension.

45:38

Owner: krhorn2
09 July 2018
Duration: 45:38
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Growers that need to abide by the FSMA -Produce safety Rule (federal regulation) go through the PSA Grower Training conducted by me. However, FDA is going further to help growers understand the rule. Starting in July 2018, FDA is offering On Farm Readiness Reviews (OFRR) to help produce growers prepare for the Produce Safety Rule associated with FSMA. Someone from FDA’s Produce Safety Network will conduct the review with a team comprising of a KDA representative; and/or, a local Cooperative Extension agent for additional support and outreach. We have eight Extension personnel so far who are trained to be trainers for this program. We will continue offer more Train-the-Trainers to get more agents’ help with the fruit and vegetable growers in their county/Extension district. This webinar is going to talk about AFS’s plan for this program.