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Find Support for Your Community by Joining the Food Systems Impact Collaborative - Part 1

Join us to learn how to support your Community with Food Systems programs and projects, through the Impact Collaborative. Are you looking to: Create and launch a new idea? Innovate or add creativity to a current project or program? Network with other and find inspirational ideas to support ‘thinking differently’ in your community? The Impact Collaborative is here to provide you with support, networking, inspiration and innovation processes that support your community and you in finding ways to "thinking differently" from idea generation, to project development, implementation, measuring impact, finding project support and beyond.

This 30-minute webinar will go over how to apply for the Impact Collaborative and will introduce you to community project ideas and suggestions: Come prepared to be inspired, share your thoughts, and ask questions!

December 19th 11am PST, 2pm EST (food and agriculture literacy, accelerator & incubator kitchen programs, harvesting and community orchard programs and cottage kitchen)

New topics (will be announced soon for 3 webinars in January - each focusing on new and different community impact suggestions and ideas with time to ask questions).

Topic explorations help individuals and teams explore (and expand on) this informational webinar through the Food Systems Impact Collaborative, which is currently accepting applications:

More information on eXtension’s Impact Collaborative: 

This is not your typical webinar! Rather than attendees passively watching presenters, this will be a fully interactive learning event where attendees will engage with presenters as well as other attendees with live audio and video. Use this test link from Zoom to test your systems ability to connect to the meeting interactively. Please come prepared to learn, reflect, and engage with others in conversation

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