During the past biennium various members of the Utah Station Staff have been actively engaged in the national and state recovery and emergency programs. P. V. Cardon, the director, served as a member of the National Advisory Committee, Division of Subsistence Homesteads, Department of the Interior, from November 1, 1933 to April 10, 1934, acting as western representative of that division. Effective April 25, 1934, under the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Land-Policy Section, Planning Division, he was appointed Regional Director of Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico. On April 27, 1934, Professor George D. Clyde, Station Irrigation and Drainage Engineer, was appointed by Governor Henry H. Blood as Special State Water Conservator to meet the existing drought situation confronting the state. From December 14, 1933 to April 15, 1934, Mrs. Almeda Perry Brown, Assistant Station Home Economist, was associated on the Farm-Housing Survey conducted by the Civil Works Administration in direct cooperation with the Extension Service of the Utah State Agricultural College.
Cardon, P. V., "Bulletin No. 250 - Summary Report of Progress: July 1, 1932 to June 30, 1934" (1934). UAES Bulletins. Paper 208.