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 email@example.com.
The County Council meets the last Monday of each month. The agenda is typcially posted a few days ahead of the meeting and this packet includes meeting minutes, financials and other information.
Annual report for the Greene County Extension Council. Includes financial statement for 2015.
This annual report explains the impact of MU Extension in Greene County and why continued county funding is important to county residents.
Learn more about the financial history of Greene County Extension and how the Great Game of Business is being used to change behaviors and the direction of our organization.
This tri-fold brochure offers a general overview of the programs and staff accessible through the MU Extension office in Greene County. This brochure was created by Spring 2014 intern Vicke Kepling.
If your business regularly offers programs for employees, either as part of ongoing professional development or as an employee incentive plan, these University of Missouri Extension specialists can offer affordable research-based educational programming.
The Greene County Extension Council has developed a business plan that guides their operations in Greene County and helps with future planning.
A resource guide to the topics various MU Extension specialists in southwest Missouri can address. Use this guide to contact a specialist to meet your personal, community or media needs.
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.
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.
A list of the individuals in Greene County who have been honored by the Greene County Extension Council with its annual "Leaders Honor Roll" award.
Every extension specialist headquartered in or doing programs in Greene County must create a plan of work. This document, which is approved by the regional director before being put in to action, details the total programming scope for the coming year of each specialist headquartered in Greene County.
This document provides the plan of work for each MU Extension specialist that serves Greene County (but is not headquartered in Greene). This provides an idea of the scope of programming they will do in the county during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Short bio descriptions of the individuals that have filed to serve on the Greene County Extension Council.
This plan was specifically researched and written for Wright County but the principals and recommendations can be applied to all extension councils in southwest Missouri. This is a 40-page document.
The question of the tax status for Greene County Extension can be complex because of the three different organizational names as well as state laws and early IRS rules. This document provides an explanation and the necessary tax forms to understand the tax-exempt status of Greene County Extension.