This paper presents results of a study of natural resource/development programs in agricultural economics program in the 1862 and 1890 land grant institutions in the South. The results indicate that these programs, while small in student numbers, offer some opportunity for expanding student contact hours in colleges of agriculture. The results also suggest that resource/development courses will be of increasing interest to the extension and research clientele of the colleges of agriculture.



resource/development teaching programs, teaching programs in the South

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