Frank Wideman

Extension Engineer

Frank is a Natural Resources Engineer with the University of Missouri - Extension.  He has interests and knowledge in natural resources management, environmental concerns, energy, geospatial technology, livestock, field crops and community mapping.  See Frank's profile in Map@Syst, Geoospatial Technology.

agrosecurity floods natural resources computer literacy beef cattle dairy cattle geographic information systems environment animal manure management facilities management technology disasters geospatial technology global positioning systems pastures and grazing nutrient management remote sensing web mapping geospatial applications for 4h and youth public health and safety emerging environmental issues regulations environmental planning manure handling and storage alternative technologies and uses value of manure and economic issues small farm issues air quality management general information farm - premise animals worker safety preparedness protect your property clean-up and recovery prepare and reduce damage drought earthquake thunderstorm extreme heat tornado winter weather engineering precision agriculture pastures and forages home energy new home design and construction energy savings indoor air quality insulation and air sealing windows and doors drinking water private water system(s) private well(s) water testing and interpretation in-home water quality and treatment options conserving water at home animal identification and records mold agricultural engineering mildew and mold control gps gis gps gis protecting water quality and quantity in the local watershed