Plans and reports
This is the monthly newsletter of the Greene County Extension Council. It highlights the work being done in Greene County by local MU Extension specialists. You may request a copy of a specific past month of this publication by calling the office. To receive an email notice when the new monthly report is posted email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Greene County Extension Council has developed a business plan that guides their operations in Greene County and helps with future planning.
This publication provides a summary and registration information for all MU Extension programs being offered in Greene County over the next three month period. The catalog is updated monthly.
The minutes from the previous month's county council meeting are posted online several days before each regular council meeting.
The County Council meets the last Monday of each month. The agenda for is typcially posted here three to four days ahead of time as a meeting notice.
This is the full annual report from Greene County Extension showing the impact, events and financials from 2012. This professionally printed version contains an appendix of all Reaching Out Reports from 2012.
This is the shorter version of the 2012 Annual Report for the Greene County Extension Council. It meets all of the legal requirements but does not contain the appendix of 2012 Reaching Out Reports.
The Greene County Extension Council annually audits the books for the local office to make sure that accounting practices are being followed. Audit guidance and guidelines are provided by the University of Missouri as well as the County Program Director.
Here are just a few of the ways Extension is making a difference in the county.
Greene County is one of two urban areas in the Southwest Region. We have some programs that are specifically designed to address urban areas of concern.
A resource guide to the topics various MU Extension specialists in southwest Missouri can address.
Developed by local council members and the public, this document outlines program focus of MU Extension programs locally.
These bylaws provide the governing rules for the local extension council.
This document details the extension council's compliance with Missouri's open meetings and open records law.
A unique publication that gives best practices and suggestions for using social media in a community following disaster. Information and provided guidelines grow out of the first-hand experience volunteers and an MU Extension specialist had builing a Facebook community following the Joplin (2011) tornado and the Branson (2012) tornado.
A discussion guide written by MU Extension specialist David Burton in 2005 and used in Republic, Mo. Numerous communities have used this publication to help their own citizens decide what is best for their community. A shorter tri-fold brochure discussion guide is available at http://extension.missouri.edu/greene/documents/community/Fireworks-SmallDiscussionGuide.pdf
Tri-fold brochure providing names, phone numbers, email addresses, and mailing addresses for all MU Extension specialists in southwest Missouri.
Learn what is required of Greene County Extension council members as well as a little about the role of our extension council.
If you would be interested in running for an elected seat on the Greene County Extension Council please print out this form and complete it.
This 12-page document is the Greene County Extension Council's legally required report on the status of the local office. The printed version also includes an appendix of Reaching Out Reports from the past 12 months.