What to communicate about MU Extension
Instructions for reporting stakeholder activities in WebApps
Make Learning Possible brochure, 2013 (PDF)
Summary of top twenty state and federal grants currently supporting extension programming.
See also: detailed grants and contracts reports
Top 10 impacts, prepared for Legislative Day 2013
Reliable, Responsive, Relevant to Today’s Needs (PDF)
Two-page document describes how MU Extension is aligned with the greatest needs in the state and is continually changing to address future needs.
1/11/13 Council districts proposal
The MU Extension State Extension Council has prepared a brief on the proposed council districts law, a PowerPoint presentation for educating stakeholders about the proposal, and the top ten reasons for this change in Missouri state law. The documents are available on the state extension council page
8/8/13 Pride Points
12/16/2010 MU Extension: The University of Missouri in Your Community
(PDF) | (PUB)
This publication template is to be localized for specific counties, regions or legislative districts. The front page gives a statewide view; the back page is for local information. The publication is designed for use with key stakeholders, such as legislators and county government officials.
4/21/10 Missouri Master
Gardeners: Greening up Communities (DOCX)
Impact statement about MMG program.
How have budget reductions impacted MU Extension? See a high level set of bullet points regarding the toll of budget cuts over the last number of years.
4/9/2010 Local needs
drive MU Extension priorities and programs (PDF)
Local needs drive MU Extension priorities and programs – summary regarding the program priority setting process undertaken within Extension to ensure limited resources are used to address the most pressing educational issues facing our state.
MU Extension Statewide Annual Reports
Statewide annual reports are available for online reading or download. Limited quantities are available in print through MU Extension Publications.
County annual reports
All politics are local. Use your county annual report to inform officeholders about University of Missouri Extension benefits for county residents.
University of Missouri’s impact on counties is far-reaching. Print off copies of the UM System Government Relations impact sheets, and provide this valuable information to legislators and other decision makers.
University of Missouri
Extension, Building a Bridge to Community Learning (PDF)
Document explaining the meaning and value of being a Land-Grant institution and cooperative extension service. Also includes program profiles for Agriculture, 4-H Youth, Business Development, Continuing Education, Human Environmental Sciences and Community Development. — updated 3/16/09
Note: the Q&A section of this document is in the About area of our site: Working for Missourians: Building a bridge to community learning
MU Extension’s Economic Impact in
Two-page document included both cooperative extension and continuing education examples of economic impact in Missouri