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FAIRBANKS - The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service is looking for opinions from state residents to aid in long-range planning of programs and services.
Extension director Fred Schlutt says the agency is collecting information through a short survey online. A paper version is also available at district offices.
Schlutt says the Extension Service will use survey results to focus its work in six areas: health, energy, climate change, food security, economic development, and youth and families.