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National Extension Climate Initiative

The National Extension Climate Initiative serves to link climate change-related education and research across Extension program areas and associations. This subgroup acts as a place to share opportunities and resources, and discuss all things related to climate change extension.

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Lissa Radke

Lissa Radke
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Sarah Smith

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Shaun Francis

Shaun Francis
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L Swanson

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Swan Ray

Swan Ray
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Scott Laursen

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Danny Badger

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Eli Sagor

Eli Sagor
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LFrey

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Melissa Hill

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Cat Techtmann

Cat Techtmann
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Aaron Groth

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Amy Hagerman

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Ariel Cowan

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Art

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Chris Adlam

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Craig Gifford

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Crystal Powers

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Crystal Powers
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Dan Stark

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Dana Sanchez

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Dave Anderson

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Myra Moss

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Neeta

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Rick Stowell

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rsmyrer

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Safeeq Khan

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Janet D

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John Cobourn

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Jon Traunfeld

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Ted Grantham

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Tony Nakazawa

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Veronica Fall

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Vicki

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Ye Su

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Mark Thorne

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