Cooperative Extension

100th anniversary smith-lever act logoThrough a well-organized network of professional educators and more than 4,000 trained volunteers, the Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension Program delivers practical research-based knowledge to small farm producers, families, aspiring entrepreneurs and youth in 35 Texas counties. We work with people who need us the most. Many of them have limited personal or family assets, limited opportunities or they come from communities that have limited resources.

Our clientele view us as a trusted resource for information. Cooperative Extension Program agents and specialists respond not only with answers, but meet people where they are and move them along to the next level. We offer programs that work for people in the areas of 4-H & Youth Development (4H), Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR), Community and Economic Development (CED) and Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS).

Autism Webinar

Autism Webinar

October 22 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

agriculture and natural resources

four H and youth development

family and consumer sciences

community and economic development

Department of Agriculture,
Nutrition and Human Ecology

658 May Hall Home Economics Building

570 Anne Preston Street
P.O. Box 519, MS 2000
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-2540
F: (936) 261-2501
E: kwaddo@pvamu.edu

Cooperative Agricultural
Research Center

745 Jessie and Mary Gibbs Jones
Agricultural Research Building

570 Anne Preston Street
P.O. Box 519, MS 2000
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-2540
F: (936) 261-2501
E: kwaddo@pvamu.edu

Cooperative Extension
Program

761 Carden-Waller Cooperative
Extension Building

250 E.M. Norris Street
P.O. Box 519; MS 2001
Prairie View, TX 77446
T: (936) 261-5148
F: (936) 261-5143
E: cjwilliams@pvamu.edu

 

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