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New Connect Extension Podcast Episodes: Juntos National Roadtrip


The Juntos program out of NC State University has been receiving support from the Extension Foundation through New Technologies for Ag Extension (NTAE). The NTAE program is funded by USDA-National Institute of Food & Ag through a partnership with Oklahoma State University. The Juntos program, like others served through NTAE, receive one-year of support from the Extension Foundation and its services to help accelerate their work. 

We had the pleasure of working with Diana Urieta, Senior Director, Co-Developer, and Extension Specialist for the Juntos Program out of North Carolina State University and her team in the development of these podcast episodes.

In this three-part series, we connected with Juntos Programs in the state of Oregon, California, Idaho, Wisconsin, and Washington to learn more about the work they are doing and to understand the story of the Juntos Program nationally. A big thank you to those programs for their contribution to this production.

The podcast episodes are available on most podcast networks and in the podcast player below.

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