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    • Abandoned properties.

    • Abandonment of property--Oklahoma.; Abandoned buildings--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.; Vacant lands--Economic aspects--Oklahoma.
    • Abandoned and neglected properties, particularly those in urban areas or in close proximity to occupied residences and businesses, create a wide range of problems for the communities in which the properties are located, fostering criminal activity,...
    • Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom : 7th & 8th grade curriculum.

    • Agricultural education--Oklahoma.; Agriculture--Study and teaching (Middle school)--Oklahoma.
    • The goal of the Ag in the Classroom program is to help familiarize Oklahoma school children, both urban and rural, with the food and fiber industry. Ag in the Classroom lessons use agriculture-related activities and research-based background...
    • Oklahoma agritourism : resource manual.

    • Agritourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Rural tourism--Oklahoma--Management.; Agritourism--Management.; Rural tourism--Management.
    • Throughout this site you will find information that will walk you through the process of starting an agritourism business, the resources available for your business, developing a business plan, and letting the public know what you have to offer. A...
    • Alva cultural district development plan, Alva, Oklahoma

    • Alva (Okla.); Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Alva.; Historic districts--Oklahoma--Alva.
    • The Cultural District Development Program is an initiative of the Oklahoma Arts Council. It is designed to inspire communities to develop and build upon their arts and cultural assets that will serve as an anchor for downtown revitalization and...
    • Status of arts education in Oklahoma.

    • Arts--Study and teaching--Oklahoma.
    • "As a cooperative effort between the State Arts Council, the State Department of Education and the Oklahoma Alliance for Arts Education, a survey was developed and mailed to all 611 school districts in Oklahoma. It was designed to assess what...
    • Attracting birds

    • Bird attracting--Oklahoma.
    • Backyard wildlife habitats can serve as urban 'wilderness' for both people and wildlife. This booklet is designed to help reach that goal.
    • Resources and services directory for head injury and other conditions

    • Brain--Wounds and injuries--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain--Wounds and injuries--Complications--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.;Brain damage--Patients--Services for--Oklahoma--Directories.
    • The intent of the directory is to help individuals, families, and providers know what resources and services are available in the state of Oklahoma and how they may seek referral or obtain them directly. The need for such a document became readily...
    • Rural broadband availability and adoption in Oklahoma

    • Broadband communication systems--Oklahoma.
    • Rural areas generally lag behind their urban counterparts in terms of broadband Internet access, a discrepancy commonly known as the “digital divide.” Nationally, the divide was approximately 12 percentage points as of 2009, with 54% of rural...
    • Brownfields redevelopment and voluntary cleanups in Oklahoma

    • Brownfields--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Hazardous waste site remediation--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • In 1996, the Oklahoma Legislature enacted the Oklahoma Voluntary Brownfields Redevelopment Act1 and instructed the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to create a new program to encourage the cleanup and redevelopment of idled or...
    • Peoria/Riverside corridor.

    • Bus lines--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Planning.
    • INCOG is performing an analysis of the Peoria/Riverside corridor for transit improvements. This process will provide information on the costs, benefits and impacts of transportation alternatives to develop a sound basis for decision-making.
    • Oklahoma Main Street Center award winners

    • Central business districts--Oklahoma--Periodicals.; Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Main Street Center recently named the 'best of best' during its Annual Main Street Awards Banquet"; "Oklahoma Main Street recognized the first place communities from across the state in 22 categories.
    • Downtown public investment master plan

    • Central business districts--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Planning.;Transportation--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Planning.;City planning--Oklahoma--Tulsa.;Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Tulsa.
    • To ensure pedestrian improvements were coordinated with other planned infrastructure improvements and to maximize the potential for private development, the design team conduced an interactive planning session titled the 'Downtown Linkage Summit'....
    • Relationship between fish stocks and angler attitudes in Oklahoma close-to-home-fishing-program

    • Channel catfish--Counting--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City.; Fish populations--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City.; Fishing surveys--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City.; Fishers--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City--Attitudes.; Public opinion--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City.
    • To provide information about the standing stock and age structure of channel catfish in CTFHFP [Close-to-Home Fishing Program) lakes and to assess fishing pressure, angler satisfaction, and angler demographics of the CTHFP.; Appendix B "This paper...
    • Oklahoma, an exemplary dispute resolution system in special education.

    • Children with disabilities--Education--Oklahoma.; Special education--Parent participation--Oklahoma.; Special education--Oklahoma--Administration.; Mediation--Oklahoma.; Dispute resolution (Law)--Oklahoma.; Special Education Resolution Center...
    • Between Fall 2008 and Summer 2010, CADRE, the National Center on Appropriate Dispute Resolution in Special Education, undertook a process to identify state special education dispute resolution systems that are particularly effective and to...
    • Supported families

    • Children with disabilities--Family relationships--Anecdotes.; Children with disabilities--Care.
    • The purpose of this booklet is to present the Oklahoma Individual and Family Support Principles, illustrated by success stories. As a bonus, the reader will get to meet several Oklahomans who are doing a good job in their everyday lives. The people...
    • Midtown Tulsa redux

    • City planning--Oklahoma--Tulsa.;Urban renewal--Oklahoma--Tulsa.
    • Recent conflicts in the redevelopment process in Midtown Tulsa prompted a number of members from local neighborhood associations to approach councilor Baker to examine the dynamics of redevelopment in Midtown Tulsa.;In order to study the conditions...
    • Community poultry and garden exchange

    • Community gardens--Olahoma.; Poultry--Oklahoma.; Food--Oklahoma.
    • This study will look at the possibilities for forming coalitions to support the development of community egg, fruit and vegetable production to meet the needs of eligible low income Oklahomans in both urban and rural settings.
    • ODMHSAS yellow pages.

    • Community mental health services--Oklahoma--Directories.;Mental health services--Oklahoma--Directories.;Oklahoma. Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services--Telephone directories.
    • "The Department maintains online information related to certified programs providing services throughout the state. In addition, information regarding department contracted services is also provided. This information is constantly changing and...
    • Sparrows Landing master plan

    • Congregate housing--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Designs and plans.;Group homes for the developmentally disabled--Oklahoma--Tulsa--Designs and plans.;Sparrows Landing (Tulsa, Okla.)--Planning.
    • Sparrows Landing is a non-profit, non-denominational organization dedicated to providing opportunities to developmentally disabled adults in work, living arrangements and social activities to enhance their independence and role in society.; This...
    • Consumer price index

    • Consumer price indexes--United States.
    • The Consumer Price Index rose to 232.2 in February 2013, from 230.3 in January 2013. Over the last 12 months, the CPI for all Urban Consumers increased 2.0 percent before seasonal adjustment. The Midwest Urban Area changed from 216.9 to 221.6 and...
    • Crime victimization survey : 2010 report.

    • Criminal statistics--Oklahoma.; Victims of crimes surveys--Oklahoma.; Crime--Oklahoma--Public opinion.; Victims of crimes--Oklahoma--Attitudes.; Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Statistical Analysis Center (SAC) recently completed the first statewide crime victimization survey. The purpose of the Oklahoma Crime Victimization Survey (OCVS) was to generate statewide crime estimates for crimes in Oklahoma.; The...
    • Fair housing rental practices and attitudes in Oklahoma.

    • Discrimination in housing--Oklahoma.;Discrimination in housing--Oklahoma--Public opinion.;Public opinion--Oklahoma.
    • "A primary concern of the statewide audit was to obtain a representative picture of the nature and extent of discriminatory practices in the rental market.";"The purpose of this report is to present information gathered through the Oklahoma...
    • Public Utility Division inquiry on prepaid metering services

    • Distributed generation of electric power--Oklahoma.; Electric utilities--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Recording electric meters--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Electric power consumption--Cost control--Oklahoma.; Energy conservation--Oklahoma.;...
    • In response to inquiries related to proposed Prepaid Metering pilot projects, programs that could impact Oklahoma ratepayers, the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) is providing forums for other State agencies, electric utilities, consumer...
    • Oklahoma drought contingency plan.

    • Droughts--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Drought relief--Oklahoma--Management.; Water conservation--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • Reminded of this tragic episode [the Dust Bowl] as effects of the 1996 drought rippled through the state’s economy and society, and recognizing the deficiency of serious drought planning work in Oklahoma, state emergency officials and water...
    • Executive summary, 2008 state pilot program results

    • Early childhood education--Oklahoma.; Early childhood special education--Oklahoma.
    • In 2006 the Oklahoma State Legislature directed the State Board of Education to establish a pilot infant and toddler program (hereafter called 'Pilot Program') funded through private donations and state funds to serve at-risk children and their...
    • Bold ideas for Oklahoma

    • Economic development--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma--Economic policy.
    • Last January you asked us to assemble a Task Force on Economic Develop­ment and Job Creation for Oklahoma. We have done that. In the intervening months, 45 dedicated Oklahomans have spent dozens of man-weeks generat­ing suggested initiatives for...
    • OKEMSIS data summary 2009-2011

    • Emergency medical services--Oklahoma--Statistics.
    • In 2009 there were 434,646 total EMS runs reported to OKEMSIS with 483,861 runs reported for 2011, an increase of ≈ 10%. • Region 7 and 8 reported ≈42% of the total run volume for 2009 through 2011. • There were ≈190 total EMS...
    • Environmental justice analysis of the Encompass 2035

    • Environmental justice--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.; Transportation--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area--Planning.; Roads--Environmental aspects--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.; Transportation--Environmental...
    • In August 2005, Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU) was signed into law. SAFETEA-LU placed additional emphasis on environmental stewardship and the consideration of environmental issues...
    • Quantification of water fluxes and irrigation use through remote sensing

    • Evapotranspiration--Remote sensing.;Water balance (Hydrology)--Remote sensing.;Water consumption--Oklahoma--Measurement.
    • Accounting for water use and availability can benefit from knowing how much water is transported to the atmosphere from land surfaces.; Water flux comes from irrigation water application, water bodies, available soil moisture, groundwater, and...
    • Oklahoma close-to-home fishing program

    • Fishing--Oklahoma.;Fish stocking--Oklahoma--Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area.
    • To provide Oklahoma metropolitan residents quality fishing within a neighborhood-based Close-to-Home Fishing Program by focusing on angler desires, use and benefits, and by implementing management techniques on urban ponds.
    • Urban fisheries workshop

    • Fishing--United States--Congresses.;Urban lakes--Recreational use--United States--Congresses.
    • A 1-1/2 day workshop on urban fisheries programs was held January 26-27, 2000 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.; Agencies are encouraged to use the information and ideas presented in planning for urban fisheries, aquatic education and outreach programs.
    • Oklahoma forest resource strategy : 2010 to 2015 and beyond

    • Forest management--Oklahoma.; Forest policy--Oklahoma.
    • In 2008, the USDA Forest Service implemented a “Redesigned” State and Private Forestry Program (S&PF Redesign). It was formed in response to the combined impacts of increasing pressure on the nation’s forests and decreasing S&PF resources and...
    • Hazard mitigation grant program

    • Forests and forestry--Fire management--Oklahoma.; Fire protection--Oklahoma.; Wildland urban interface--Oklahoma.; Fire ecology--Oklahoma.; Wildfires--Oklahoma--Prevention and control.
    • The Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry - Forestry Services, in cooperation with the USDA Forest Service, is pleased to announce the Oklahoma Firewise Community Hazard Mitigation Grant Program. Grants may be awarded for projects...
    • Preliminary report on timely reunification in Oklahoma : a cohort analysis /

    • Foster children--Oklahoma.;Foster children--Family relationships--Oklahoma.;Family social work--Oklahoma.;Oklahoma. Division of Children & Family Services.
    • This report is preliminary to a report on predictors of reunification in Oklahoma, which will provide more insight into how reunification might be impacted by characteristics of children, families, and service delivery systems.


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