Cooperative Extension Program

About the Cooperative Extension Program

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Formally beginning with the appointment in 1906 of
Thomas Monroe Campbell as the first extension
agent in the United States, the Tuskegee University
Cooperative Extension Program (TUCEP) maintains
a rich tradition of serving limited resource and
underserved audiences. ...Read More

TUCEP Team Projects

Outreach Initiatives

>> Small Scale Farming, Landownership, and Global Food Security
>> Alabama Youth Entrepreneurial Initiatives and Workforce Development
Enhancing Citizens' Capacity to Transform Communities  
>> Integrated Natural Resources, Renewable Energy and Climate Change 
>> Healthy Lifestyles, Prevention and Food Safety 
>> Nutrition, Fitness and Childhood Obesity
4-H Program
>> Livestock Program
>> Water Quality Program
Affordable Health Care Program
>> Beginning Farmer and Rancher Development Program
>>Tuskegee-Macon County Community Development Corp. (TuskMacCDC) 

TUCEP Conferences

Past Conferences


    TUCEP Workshops

    Past Workshops


    TUCEP Project Happenings

    News at TUCEP

    • Summer Youth College
      The concept of Summer Youth College grew out of the need to provide rural youth with alternative and additional educational opportunities for academic preparedness.

    • Water Quality
      The Tuskegee University water quality team addresses the safe drinking water concerns of Alabamians receiving their drinking water from private wells.