Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Resources

The resources below are intended for use by employees of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service.

As additional materials are prepared with the updated logos, downloads will be made available here. Please check back regularly. If you have questions not answered in our FAQ, you can contact John Chivvis in AgriLife Communications at chiv@tamu.edu or (979) 845-2601.

Overview Materials

The following materials can be used to promote AgriLife Extension in video or in print.

  • Overview video – YouTube (5:30): This YouTube video provides a great overview of the agency featuring our major program areas and our impact on and in Texas communities and beyond.
  • Overview brochure (trifold): This small brochure serves a a quick guide/overview to AgriLife Extension. It is available through the AgriLife Bookstore.

Logos and Wordmarks

EPS and TIF files are best used for print publications, while JPG and PNG are optimized for use on websites. Both EPS and PNG files can be used when you need the background to be transparent. Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.

Maroon and Gray

Instructions: Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.

One Color

Instructions: Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.

 

4-H Logo: Color

Logo - Color- 4H

Instructions: Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.


To see additional versions of AgriLife Extension logos or wordmarks shared here, please contact John Chivvis in AgriLife Communications at chiv@tamu.edu or (979) 845-2601.

Smith-Lever Centennial Resources

100th anniversary markThe 100-year anniversary of the signing of the Smith-Lever Act of 1914 which officially created the national Cooperative Extension System will take place in 2014. The Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) developed a mark to use on centennial year publications and materials.

NOTE: This does not take the place of nor is this mark to be a substitute for the AgriLife Extension mark. It must be used in conjunction with the AgriLife Extension mark.

Below are compressed (Zip) files that contain the Centennial mark in either Black and White, or in color. Each Zip file will contain the mark in several formats (EPS, TIF, JPG, PNG and WMF).

Instructions: Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.

Stationery, Presentations and Business Cards

Instructions: Right-click (or control-click on a Mac) to download desired version.

Document and Reporting Templates

Find a full suite of document and report templates on the Document and Reporting Templates page.

Email Signatures

Always use an email signature that includes your appropriate agency in addition to your unit name.

Use a plain text type, such as Helvetica, Arial, Cambria, or Times New Roman, in black.

Do not use any other art, favorite quote, or other non-signature-related text in your email signature.

The AgriLife Extension logo may be used only if it is reduced in screen and physical size (or download the email-friendly version).

email friendly logo for signature

Secondary logos may not be used “on their own” in an email signature without using the AgriLife Extension logo first, and they must appear underneath or to the right of the AgriLife Extension logo. Secondary logos must be the same size or smaller than the Extension logo. If using the email friendly mark, secondary logos should be less than 60 pixels tall.

Examples of secondary logo use:

email signature logo option 1       or            email signature logo option 2

The following signature types are recommended:

Example  1:

John Q. Public, M.S.
Extension Agent, Brazos County | Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
2619 Highway 21 W | Bryan, TX 77803

p: (979) 123-4567 | c: (979) 098-7654 | f: (979) 765-4321
jqpublic@tamu.edu | http://brazos.agrilife.org/

http://AgriLifeExtension.tamu.edu

Example 2: 

Sue Smith, Ph.D.
Professor and Extension Specialist
Soil and Crop Sciences Department
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

1234 TAMU | College Station, TX 77843-1234
p: (979) 123-4567 | f: (979) 765-4321
s-educator@tamu.edu

http://AgriLifeExtension.tamu.edu

Example  3:

John Q. Public, M.S.
Extension Agent, Brazos County | Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service
2619 Highway 21 W | Bryan, TX 77803

p: (979) 123-4567 | c: (979) 098-7654 | f: (979) 765-4321
jqpublic@tamu.edu | http://brazos.agrilife.org/

http://AgriLifeExtension.tamu.edu

email signature logo option 1

Social Media

Social media pages – Any Facebook, Twitter, or other social media account or page will need to have any references in the name, “contact” or “about us” sections updated. We’ve put together some social media tips and resources to help you out. Download instructions for Facebook, Twitter and YouTube and a letter from Dr. Hussey for Facebook documentation.

Profile Images

Below are two basic social media profile images and should work for all social platforms.

Download the JPG.

Download the JPG version that includes the 4-H logo.

 

Branded Merchandise

Promotional items and branded merchandise (including pens, bags and wearables) are available through the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Web Store.

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