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Research and Education to Advance Conservation and Habitat (REACH)

Filed Under:

REACH provides coordination and support for documenting the benefits of conservation efforts in agriculture, as well as training in agricultural and natural resources conservation to producers and agricultural and natural resource professionals.

Target Audience(s):

Agriculture producers and landowners


Participants will:

  • Gain understanding of Mississippi’s natural resource concerns regarding water, soil, and wildlife;
  • Gain understanding of how conservation can benefit their production system environmentally and economically;
  • Gain understanding of what conservation practices are and their applications;
  • Gain understanding of how conservation practices might work on their property and available resources to support conservation implementation; and
  • Be prompted to consider implementation of conservation practices and have the opportunity to share successes of already implemented conservation practices with the REACH network.

Total Number of Modules or Sessions: 1

Total Number of Hours for Program Delivery: 4

Program Delivery:

  • Educational Class
  • Educational Video (Online or DVD)
  • Numbered Extension Publication
  • Webinar

Primary Contact:

Dr. Beth Baker,


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Portrait of Dr. Beth Harlander Baker
Associate Extension Professor