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Extension Accessibility Statement

The Mississippi State University Extension Service is committed to ensuring digital accessibility for people with disabilities. We are continually improving the user experience for everyone, and applying the relevant accessibility standards.

Our Efforts to Support Accessibility

We take the following measures to ensure accessibility:

  • Provide HTML for all new content.
  • Provide alternative text descriptions for images, charts, and graphs.
  • Use heading structure for navigating through content.
  • Post only PDFs that pass Adobe Acrobat’s accessibility checker.

Current Accessibility Standard of the Site

WCAG 2.0 level AA

Current Content Conformance Status

Partially conformant: some parts of the content do not fully conform to the accessibility standard.

Known Accessibility Issues

Despite our best efforts, users may experience some issues. This is a description of known accessibility issues. Please contact us if you observe an issue that is not listed.

PDFs: We are in the process of removing inaccessible PDFs and currently loading only accessible PDFs.

Images: Some images may not have alternative text.

Videos: Some videos may not have closed captions.

Multiple links: Some pages have multiple links to the same location.

Color contrast: Some pages may have color contrast issues.

Assessment Methods

We assess the accessibility of this site using Siteimprove and internal monitoring.

Feedback and Formal Complaints

The Mississippi State University Extension Service is working to ensure all web content is accessible to all users. If you need assistance accessing any of our content or want to provide feedback regarding the site’s accessibility, please email, call 662-325-2262, or complete the form below.

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Filed Under: County Extension Offices, Plants and Wildlife May 10, 2024

An underserved community spent a day enjoying the outdoors at the Sam D. Hamilton Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge in early May as Mississippi State University Extension Service personnel hosted 20 adult residents of care homes. 
Jim McAdory, MSU Extension agent in Winston County, coordinated the May 1 event with help from several other Extension agents and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff. The goal was to allow this population to experience the outdoors, complete with a hot dog lunch at the end of the event. 

Filed Under: About Extension, Extension Administration April 18, 2024

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- Trent Irby has moved into an administrative role with the Mississippi State University Extension Service after more than 12 years of serving the state’s soybean growers.

Filed Under: About Extension, Extension Administration, Regional Extension Coordinators March 4, 2024

STARKVILLE, Miss. -- The Mississippi State University Extension Service’s Delta region will soon have new leadership.