Agriculture and Extension Leadership DevelopmentMajor Program


Total Hours




with Local Stakeholders.



of Multistate Efforts.


Total Number

of Volunteers Engaged.

Program Indicators

Number of people trained by Extension who serve as members/ leaders of advisory councils, community development committees and/or in leadership roles with agriculture organizations


Number of producers who mentored, advised or assisted new and/or young producers in agriculture


Number of clients who advocated for agriculture and/or environmental issues to elected officials  


Number of clients who shared information about agriculture and/or environmental issues with elected officials  


Number of clients who advocated for agriculture and/or environmental issues locally


Number of clients who shared information learned from Extension about local agriculture and/or environmental issues


Number of people impacted by Advisory Councils,community organizations, and other volunteers including County Ag Investment Program (CAIP), Chamber of Commerce Ag Committee, farm bureau, county fairs, festivals, etc.


Number of clients trained in agricultural leadership development


Number of clientele increasing agriculture awareness due to Extension Programming



Ladies in Ag

Women make up nearly 40% of the agricultural producers in Kentucky. The number of ladies who own and operate farms and agribusinesses continues to increase each year. The importance of their contributions to a vibrant agricultural economy are tremendous.“Ladies in Ag” was an educational series designed to educate, empower, inspire, and connect ladies who are involved or interested in agriculture. It featured motivational stories presented by strong women who shared their experiences, successes, ...

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Ladies in Ag

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