Re: Who's Who in Sust. Ag

Dear Katie Sue (and other sanet friends):

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Sheryl Swink
Graduate Student
International Agriculture and Rural Development
Cornell University

In reference to the following mailing:

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>I'm sorry for sending the unedited version, here is the final copy.
>Discard the one sent today at either 15:02 or 14:22.
>Here is a directory I put together for the CSANR.  They can all be
>accessed throught the internet.  Ones with a * could not be opened and
>some are lists of organizations.
>Hope this is of use,
>Karen Goebel
>> Date:          Tue, 28 Jan 1997 19:16:17 -0800
>> To:            sanet-mg@amani.ces.ncsu.edu
>> From:          milesc@wsu.edu (Carol A. Miles)
>> Subject:       Re: Who's Who in Sust. Ag
>> Deborah:
>> The Center for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resources (CSANR)
>> at Washington State University can be reached at 509-335-0183.  The
>> center has a web page, but I can not put my finger on the address.
>> It can be accessed through the WSU home page, http://www.wsu.edu.  I
>> would be interested to hear what you come up with specifically for
>> WA and OR.
>> >Is anyone aware of any directories listing sustainable agriculture
>> >organizations (from the well funded to the smaller grassroots
>> >type)? I'd be particularly interested in directories that are
>> >nationwide, but would welcome input on state specific directories
>> >(specifically OR and WA) if anyone knows of any. Thanks very much.
>> >
>> >Please feel free to respond to me directly and I'll post results to
>> >the list if appropriate.
>>     Carol A. Miles, Ph.D.
>>     Washington State University
>>     Extension Agricultural Systems
>>     360 NW North Street
>>     Chehalis, WA   98532
>>     PHONE 360-740-1295   FAX 360-740-2792
>>     milesc@wsu.edu
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>Katie Sue
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