Walk Your Land. Extension Programming for Safety and Protection against Unauthorized Use of Land. Methamphetamine & Kentucky Land. Methamphetamine cooks often use farmland or rental property. Waste is left behind along with toxic residue. Water and soil are at risk of contamination .
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Extension Programming for Safety and Protection against Unauthorized Use of Land
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Intended to increase community awareness of potential hazards on land.
Intended to protect landowners from unwittingly contributing to ease of manufacture.
Not intended to put Extension Agents in the role of law enforcement.
Not intended for people to try to “catch” people doing illegal things.
Not intended for landowners to take the law into their own hands.Purpose of Walk Your Land: Safety, Not Enforcement
Educational programs of Kentucky Cooperative Extension serve all people regardless of race, color, age, sex, religion, disability, or national origin.
This information is provided by the H.E.E.L. Program. Health Education through Extension Leadership (H.E.E.L.) is a partnership among the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service, Kentucky State University Cooperative Extension Program, the University of Kentucky College of Medicine, and the Kentucky School of Public Health.
The development of the HEEL program was made possible by Senator Mitch McConnell with funds earmarked for the University of Kentucky, College of Agriculture, Lexington, KY and budgeted through the CSREES/USDA Federal Administration.