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What is MSU Extension?

MSU:
The Extension program is a fundamental part of Montana State University's land grant mission, developed to ensure that all Montanans benefit from the University.

Public access:
The program extends university knowledge to the people who need it, even if they never set foot on a campus. It gives every Montanan access to useful information and expert help via workshops, demonstrations, community meetings, publications, videos, the internet and other sources. Montana 4-H is MSU Extension's youth development program.

Educational outreach:
Extension links a network of MSU faculty topic specialists on the MSU-Bozeman campus and agents in 53 counties and seven reservations to the people. Its role is to extend practical knowledge to the public about agriculture, natural resources, youth development, community development and family and consumer sciences.

Free information:
MSU Extension provides resources on topics that range from raising livestock, growing crops and protecting the environment to raising a family, managing finances, starting a business and protecting your family's health and well-being.

For everyone:
You can use Extension by calling your local agent (listed in the county section of the phone book), by taking advantage of workshops and demonstrations in your area, or by clicking on "Extension and Outreach" at www.montana.edu.

For a catalog of free and low-cost publications, call (406)994-3273 or browse the Extension catalog online.

Montana 4-H Logo Download Page
These logos are provided for the use of the Montana 4-H community on Montana 4-H-related projects. They are configured in different electronic formats for common uses.

The 4-H emblem
Special attention must be paid to the use of the 4-H emblem. Please adhere to all guidelines listed by the National 4-H Headquarters.

How to Download
To download the logos on this page, position your mouse over the link that indicates the format and size you've selected, then:

Windows: RIGHT-CLICK on the link and select "Save Target As..." from the pop-up menu in Internet Explorer, OR "Save Link As..." from the pop-up menu in Netscape. The logo will download to the designated location on your hard drive;

Macintosh: CLICK and HOLD on the link and select "Download Link To Disk" from the pop-up menu in Internet Explorer, OR "Save this Link as..." from the pop-up menu in Netscape. The logo will download to the designated location on your hard drive.

Tips: Saving the image to your desktop will make it easier to find. Once the logo is downloaded, you may use it with any application that supports that particular image format. You can also forward these files to your printer, graphic designer or service provider for various uses, or ask the printer to download them directly from this page. If you need additional assistance, or another image format for your 4-H logo project, contact Marla Goodman at MSU Extension Communications at 994-5132 or e-mail mgoodman@montana.edu.

Montana 4-H Center for Youth Development Logos

Files that end with .sit are compressed. They can be expanded using
Stuffit Expander.

 Logo use file size/type

Hi res JPG (This format is easy to e-mail and can be printed out in color) 168 K / jpg

Spot color: Black + PMS 347 (Graphic designers and print shops can use this format for professional 2-color print jobs, stationery etc.) 284 K / eps.sit

Black only (for various uses) 204 K / bmp

For Web or monitor (This is optimized for fast loading on web pages) 8 K / gif

4-H Clover Logo
 Logo use file size/type

For Web or monitor 4 K/ gif

Black only (for various uses) 280 K

For official use rules and more info National 4-H Headquarters.
 

The programs of the MSU Extension Service are available to all people regardless of race, creed, color, sex, disability or national origin. Issued in furtherance of cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics, acts of May 8 and June 30, 1914, in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, LeRoy Luft, Interim Vice Provost and Director, Extension Service, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT 59717.


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