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North Central Climate Collaborative (NC3) Presentation at the National Extension Climate Initiative (NECI) Monthly Meeting. October 7th at 3:30 PM ET


Dear National Extension Climate Initiative partners,

Please join us for an engaging presentation and discussion at our next NECI monthly meetingon Thursday, October 7, at 12:30 PT/3:30 ET.

This month, we'll be learning about the North Central Climate Collaborative (NC3) and how they have successfully launched a regional collaboration of Extension professionals to provide a foundation for lasting climate education.

Two NC3 state representatives will be sharing:

  • Hans Schmitz is the Posey County Extension Director & Agriculture and Natural Resources Educator at Purdue University, Indiana. Learn more about Hans here.
  • Aaron B. Wilson is an Atmospheric Scientist at The Ohio State University, with a joint appointment as an Extension climate specialist and Research Scientist at the Byrd Polar & Climate Research Center. Learn more about Aaron here.

These meetings provide opportunities for peer-to-peer learning and professional development within a supportive community of colleagues tackling climate change challenges. We look forward to seeing you there!


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