a. Protocol and safety measures for utilizing the Nitrate QuikTest
b. Conditions leading to nitrate accumulation and forage management strategies to reduce risks
c. Nitrate toxicity in livestock and general feeding management/recommendations
d. Proper sampling and interpretation of laboratory analysis for nitrate content of feedstuffs
- Teacher: Janna Kincheloe
Instructor/Contact: Ashley Kent, Montana State University Extension’s Local Government Center, firstname.lastname@example.org
This course is intended to satisfy the annual ethics training requirements for the City of Bozeman employees, elected officials and appointed officials. The training is based on the Montana Code Annotated and City of Bozeman policy, and will educate participants in laws, policies, and best practices.
For more information or to enroll please contact: Ashley Kent, Montana State University Extension, email@example.com
This training was created by University of Minnesota Extension, and we thank Dean Beverly Durgan for making it available. For information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Enrolling in this course requires entry of an Enrollment Key. Enter your institution email domain name (the text before 'edu'). If you are not sure what to use, see http://bit.ly/crcenrollment
This is a set of forums designed to facilitate an exchange of ideas, questions, and suggestions among all those who are involved in the development, teaching, grading, delivering, and supporting online courses hosted at eXtension's online campus. For questions about enrolling in this course or its purpose, please contact Dr. Larry Lippke, email@example.com.
This online course consists of six units which address various topics relevant to municipal government in Montana. Each unit contains required readings and/or other media, discussion boards, a quiz. It is anticipated that participants will complete each unit in approximately two hours for a total of 12 credited Institute hours.For more information or to enroll please contact: Ashley Kent at Ashleykent@montana.edu, at Montana State University.
The Strengthening Extension Advisory Leaders (SEAL) program is targeted for advisory leader volunteers and those that work directly with them.Volunteers that support Extension (a.k.a. Advisory Leaders) ensure Extension’s future by making sure Extension programs are relevant and responsive to the needs of citizens.By partnering with Cooperative Extension and assisting with marketing, programming, and advocacy efforts, volunteers have proven to be an invaluable part of our organization.The SEAL program works to continue developing new curriculum and related resources to support volunteer involvement.
- Teacher: Eric Kaufman