The Extension Professional Associations of Florida is a coalition of the Florida Association of County Agricultural Agents, the Florida Extension Association of Family and Consumer Sciences, the Florida Association of 4-H Agents, Epsilon Sigma Phi - Alpha Delta Chapter, and the Florida Association of Natural Resources Extension Professionals.
Purpose of the Association: Advance the professional status of county Extension Agents and state faculty with Extension appointments; Encourage, promote and provide professional improvement for all FACAA members; Provide for the exchange of ideas, methods and techniques among members; Represent professional interests of members in matters of public policy and affairs; Promote public confidence, esteem and respect for the Florida Cooperative Extension Service and FACAA members;And, as an official affiliate with the National Association of County Agricultural Agents, to cooperate with the NACAA and other professional associations to further the objectives and common interests of association membership.
The Florida Association of Extension 4-H Agents is a professional association committed to developing its members to the highest standards in the youth development profession and serving as a voice for 4-H agents in Florida.
The purpose of this organization is to assist the professional development of University of Florida/IFAS, Family and Consumer Sciences Extension Agents in the following subject areas:Parenting and Family Life, Nutrition and Food Safety, Housing and Home Environment, Financial Management, Disaster Preparedness, Leadership Development, Youth Development
Our mission: Dedicated to foster standards of excellence in the Extension System and develop the Extension Profession and Professional.
Florida Association of Natural Resource Extension Professionals (FANREP) is a state association of Extension Professional Associations of Florida (EPAF) whose membership consists of professionals working in environmental education, fisheries, forestry, wood sciences, range, recreation, waste management, water, wildlife, energy and related disciplines. Members are active and retired Extension employees at the county, regional, or state level. FANREP memberships are open to state and county faculty and staff working in the field of natural resources. Together, FANREP members create a network of professionals to support collaborative outreach and education programs focused on Florida's natural resources.