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INNOVATION IN EXTENSION: Kentucky State University
a mobile kitchen to help the people with process of their food, and [keeping date?], and have the food ...
INNOVATION IN EXTENSION: Purdue University
The Learning Network connects people and organizations with educational opportunities throughout ...
Dr. Jeffrey Jacquet
to people, policy, and culture from 2008 to 2018 in the Greater Mid-Atlantic region of the United ...
dealing with... PEOPLE (INTERPERSONAL) THE BUSINESS OF EXTENSION SELF (PERSONAL COMPETENCIES) ... networks, and dynamic human systems; relates well with people. Builds trust by interacting with others in ... appreciates the complex dynamics of organizations, communities (place, politics, and people), and the economic ...
Farm Management for New & Small Farms
couples. Registration deadline is January 30, 2017. Space is limited to 30 people. Week 1: Developing ...
INNOVATION IN EXTENSION: The University of Georgia
capacity. So these people could do volunteer development, fund development, public relations in marketing ...
INNOVATION IN EXTENSION: Louisiana State University
important that young people understand the urgency we have with restoring those wetlands. It depends. The ...
2012. State report for Arizona from the research project entitled “Understanding People in Places.” Project ... research project entitled “Understanding People in Places.” Project Report for the South Dakota Department ... Washington from the research project entitled “Understanding People in Places.” Project Report for the ...
INNOVATION IN EXTENSION: University of Vermont
building a small reactor for producing biodiesel which has led now in the state to many other people ... programs for people that think they want to go into farming. So a whole series of courses, and at the end ... shirt. We're better off having people decide after going through the program that they don't ...
Dr. Sayeed Mehmood
competing demands on our natural resources that are often in conflict with each other. People’s perceptions ...