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Wildlife, Fisheries and Aquaculture

This program is designed to inform Northern Gulf of Mexico stakeholders about fisheries management, fisheries science, and sustainability via an electronically available book and accompanying in-person course.

Leasing Your Land for Hunting will teach private landowners and farmers in Mississippi how to successfully lease their property for hunting purposes, for income diversification, and for the conservation of natural resources on their lands.

This program is designed to inform coastal anglers (recreational and commercial) about the most relevant fisheries management issues they face in the northern Gulf of Mexico.

The Mississippi Coastal Cleanup is a partnership between the Mississippi State University Extension Service and The Mississippi Marine Debris Task Force that collectively work together to educate and empower citizens of Mississippi about marine debris and aquatic pollution and engage citizens in cleanup events to remove trash from Mississippi’s coastline, waterways, and barrier islands.

REACH provides coordination and support for documenting the benefits of conservation efforts in agriculture and training in natural resource conservation.

Mississippi Rice Production Demo will provide research-based recommendations for rice stakeholders to make informed decisions for rice production.

Water Chemistry Management in Fish Ponds provides participants with the knowledge and tools required to address landowner issues with water quality.

Wild Hog Damage Management will educate Extension clients about wild hog problems and solutions.

Wildlife Food Plots will inform wildlife managers and hunters about wildlife nutrition and planting supplemental forages for wildlife.