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Helping Customers "Find" You

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Re: Soil Health Digital Cafe Series: Gaining Ground-Soil as a Renewable Resource

Brooke Alford ·
Will this be recorded and made available to those of us who cannot attend?
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

Phoebe Wall ·
Wil you be recording this?
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

Brad Gaolach ·
At this point, we do not have plans to record these for general availability after. We will have numerous breakout rooms and notes will be distilled, aggregated, and made anonymous for purposes of reporting to NIFA. Thanks, Brad sent from mobile device, excuse auto corrects
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

Brad Gaolach ·
I posted the wrong registration link for this session, sorry. The correct one is below https://msu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUldOqrqjgrHtUuyo1zmS1KAiwyvUQFk7NF
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

Aaron Weibe ·
Brad - I'm going to update with the correct link for you. FYA - you can edit an event under "Post" and "Manage Event."
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

gaye ·
Hello, I received the email below 4 times this morning. The event I am interested in is “How to make an engaging webinar”. I took part in the first one, missed the second one, and had trouble connecting to the third. Now I need instruction on how to find the recordings of those on your site…because i spent time looking but could not find them. Thank you, Gaye Torjusen > On May 19, 2020, at 11:18 AM, eXtension Foundation < alerts@crowdstack.com > wrote: >
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Re: Urban Agriculture Listening Sessions

Molly Immendorf ·
Hi Gaye, the summaries and recordings of the two How to Host Engaging Webinars are here: https://connect.extension.org/...-basics-and-advanced
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Targeting Your Market Dollar

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The Bioeconomy's Human Element

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The OrganicA Project Webinar

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The Seed Workshop

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