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Please take the Community Needs Assessment Survey

From Nick Roy, Agent for Agriculture & Natural Resources
Adair Co. Cooperative Extension Service

Kentucky Cooperative Extension Service recently launched a statewide survey with hopes of reaching thousands across the Commonwealth. In fact, our last survey received more than 38,000 responses, and we want to see that number grow.

Knowing what matters to Kentucky means our services will matter to Kentucky. You might already know about our educational programs for agricultural production, youth development, nutrition, business development, and family finances... but our outreach has grown even more. Our last survey led to partnerships with nationally recognized experts and new services in areas such as:
  • Addiction Intervention & Prevention
  • Small-Town Tourism & Art Revitalization Programs
  • Rural Mental Health & Suicide Prevention
  • Natural Disaster Preparedness
And this is only the start for what's ahead. With more direction from you and others in our community, we can continue real work that matters to real people. People like you.

We hope you'll take our ten-minute survey found at and encourage others to do the same. We want to hear from all Kentucky citizens ages 18 and up. Every voice matters.

This story was posted on 2023-09-18 14:52:25
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