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The 1890 Extension System: A Glimpse at the “Enterprise.”. A paper presented at the North Central NELD Interns’ trip to Southern University AgCenter Baton Rouge, LA Presented by: Dr. Adell Brown, Jr. Presentation Purpose and Desi g n.

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the 1890 extension system a glimpse at the enterprise

The 1890 Extension System: A Glimpse at the “Enterprise.”

A paper presented at the North Central NELD Interns’ trip to Southern University AgCenter

Baton Rouge, LA

Presented by:

Dr. Adell Brown, Jr.

presentation purpose and desi g n
Presentation Purpose and Design
  • To increase conference participants knowledge of the operations of the 1890s.
  • Presentation design
    • Number, location and organizational structures
    • Mission, Vision, and Values
    • Programmatic Goals
    • Model Programs and Best Practices
    • Trends and Challenges
number and location of 1890s
Number and Location of 1890s
  • Thirty-two years following passage of the Justin Smith Morrill Act of 1862, Congress passed the 1890 Morrill Act creating black land-grant colleges and universities.
  • Today, the rich legacy of the land-grant tradition remains prominent on the campuses of 17 public black colleges and universities including Tuskegee University, a private, state-related land-grant institution.
  • The University of the District of Columbia and the University of the Virgin Islands were established under the 1862 Morrill Act.
1890 universities
1890 Universities

North Carolina A&T State UniversityGreensboro, NC 27411

Delaware State UniversityDover, DE 19901

Langston UniversityLangston, OK 73050

  • Alabama A&M UniversityNormal, AL 35762
  • Alcorn State UniversityLorman, MS 39096
  • Tuskegee UniversityTuskegee, AL 36088
  • Lincoln UniversityJefferson City, MO 65101
  • University of Arkansas Pine BluffPine Bluff, AR 71601
1890s continued
1890s Continued
  • Florida A&M UniversityTallahassee, FL 32307
  • South Carolina State UniversityOrangeburg, SC 29115
  • Fort Valley State UniversityFort Valley, GA 31030-3298
  • Tennessee State UniversityNashville, TN 29115
  • Kentucky State UniversityFrankfort, KY 40601
  • Prairie View A&M UniversityPrairie View, TX 77445

Southern UniversityBaton Rouge, LA 70813

Virginia State UniversityPetersburg, VA 23806

University of Maryland Eastern ShorePrincess Anne, MD 21853

West Virginia State CollegeInstitute, WV 25112-1000

1890s general facts
1890s General Facts
  • Alabama A&M University, Florida A&M University, North Carolina A&T State University, South Carolina State University, Southern University & A&M College, Tennessee State University, Tuskegee University and the University of Maryland Eastern Shore offer doctorates and/or professional degrees in one or more of the following disciplines:
    • Engineering
    • Food Sciences
    • Law
    • Pharmaceutical Sciences
    • Physics
    • Plant and Soil Sciences
    • Toxicology
    • Veterinary Medicine
general information continued
General Information (continued)
  • Southern University and Florida A&M are the largest.
  • Alcorn State talks about being the oldest
  • Several do not have academic programs in Agricultural.
  • West Virginia was the last to be reinstated into the 1890 community.
structures in the 1890 enterprise
Structures in the 1890 Enterprise
  • Southern University System and the Center concept
  • Traditional model (T-R-E)
  • Model of R&E
  • Extension structured at the central administration with research being located at the college level.
  • Additionally, there are many other structures.
1890s 1862 relations
1890s -1862 Relations
  • 1890s function as a 5th Regional with appointments on ECOP standing and ad hoc committees.
  • Association of Extension Administrators
  • Southern Association of Extension Directors.
  • Individual and joint, regularly.
  • Both Directors and Administration participate in National activities
values
Values
  • Nurturing/Empathy
  • Input from Customers
  • Transferring experience to less experienced individuals
  • Networking, partnering, and collaborating
  • Education is the great equalizer
mission
Mission
  • To help the socio-economically challenged individuals and diverse audiences to improve their quality of life.
  • Providing educational programs that address critical needs using research-based information and techniques.
vision
Vision
  • Excellence in programming and a reputation as the leading organization in outreach educational programs, and
  • offering continuous learning opportunities for the targeted families and communities.
programmatic goals
Programmatic Goals
  • The 1890 Extension Enterprise has reviewed the USDA’s goals, and tailored them to fit who we are and what we do.
  • The presentation will now focus on each of the five goals and its related activities.
goal one
Goal One:
  • Develop and/or strengthen an agricultural system that promotes diversity and enhances the abilities of participants, especially small, limited resource producers to be competitive in a consumer-oriented global economy.
issues
Issues
  • USDA Small Farm Commission’s report
  • National Decline in the number of African-American Farmers
  • Benefits to the farm family and community.
goal one innovative programs
Goal One: Innovative Programs
  • Meat Goat Research and Extension, Virginia State University.
  • Integration of Pastured-poultry into small-scale farming, SU, LA..
  • Small Farm Outreach, Training Assistance Prog.., Alcorn U., MS
  • Research and Extension Centers of Excellence
goals two three
Goals Two & Three
  • Goal Two:Improve decision-making to insure a sustainable, safe affordable and nutritious food supply.
  • Goal Three: Increase the capacity of individuals, families, and communities to assure a healthy well-nourished population
    • changes in federal, and state family and consumer policies (food stamps, welfare, etc.......)
    • changing life styles (working mothers, etc.......).
innovative programs goals 2 3
Innovative Programs: Goals 2 & 3
  • Nutrition, Diet and Health, NC A&T..
  • Nutrition PLUS (Public Learning Utilization System) Alcorn State U., MS. the Lower Delta Region.
  • Ten-state Consortium: Families First Nutrition Education & Wellness System (FF NEWS) Common curriculum, delivery, and education protocol for food stamp recipients (AK, LA, TX, MS, MO, OK and others).
goal four
Goal Four
  • Achieve greater harmony between businesses, communities, agriculture and the environment.
    • Air and water quality
    • Soil management
    • Environmental regulations and policies
    • Balancing environmental concerns and economic viability
innovative programs goal 4
Innovative Programs: Goal 4
  • Applied Aquaponics, Virginia State University -
  • Water Wizard Aquatic Education Van, Virginia State University -.
  • SARE' Southern Region Professional Development Program for 1862, 1890, and non-governmental agencies.
goal five

Goal Five

Empower individuals, families and communities to improve their economic well-being and quality of life.

innovative programs goal 5
Innovative Programs: Goal 5
  • Community Voices - A Multi-State leadership Development Project (NC, AK, TX, and AL).
  • Victims Assistance for Public Housing (NC A&T)
  • The National Center for Diversity (NCFD), KSU and KY.
  • The Answer Shop, FVSU, GA, a lending library of more than 550 educational videocassettes.
  • Faith-Based Community Economic Development Initiative, Southern University (Louisiana).
challenges and opportunities
Challenges and Opportunities
  • Understanding the dynamics of collaboration
  • Greater Regional Efforts
  • New Methods and Techniques for Educating Diverse Audiences .
  • Creative Finances
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For More Information

Dr. Adell Brown, Jr., Associate Administrator SU Agricultural Research and Extension Center

P. O. Box 10010

Ashford A. Williams Hall

Baton Rouge, LA 70813

Email: abrown2244@aol.com

(225) 771-2242