Even though the Cooperative Extension Service has been around for 100 years, people often ask about the connection between Extension and land-grant institutions.
Land-grant institutions are legislated to not only teach but to engage in research and outreach. The Smith-Lever Act established the Extension Service system in 1914 to provide federal funding for land-grant universities to educate rural citizens in vocational, agricultural and home demonstration topics.
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