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Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery: Creating a Virtual Conference for Low-Resourced Communities

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This book documents the process used to develop a virtual conference for low-resourced communities focusing on Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Recovery. We believe this is a model other Extension teams can adapt and use.

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Southern University Ag Res. & Ext. Center
Authors (Name, Email, Institution)

Krystle J. Allen, krystle_washington@suagcenter.com, Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center
Marlin Ford, marlin_ford@suagcenter.com, Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center
Kiyana Kelly, kiyana_kelly@suagcenter.com, Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center
Angell C. Jordan, angell_jordan@suagcenter.com, Southern University Agricultural Research & Extension Center

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Cooperative Extension
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Process Publication
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