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Engaging Teens & Older Youth

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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Brad Gaolach ·
Is this a free event or eXtension members only - some local CBOs might be interested
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Phil Rodbell ·
This event is free and open to the public. The URL includes all archived presentations. It will be updated soon with this fresh event. All events occur on Second Wednesday of each month at 1:00 Eastern.
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Kathleen Foley ·
It's so difficult to navigate these courses. Where is the link to JOIN the webinar????
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Aaron Weibe ·
@Kathleen Foley - this webinar is brought to you by the U.S. Forest Service. There's a blue button up top that says "Register Here." I notice it takes you over to their website and shows the connection information for this webinar.
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Kathleen Foley ·
Thank you. I was able to finally sleuth it out. I had already registered and received numerous reminders, but nowhere in those reminders or calendar entries or the notification bulletin description did it have a join now button. I hate to know how many couldn’t join due to the cumbersome joining system.
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Aaron Weibe ·
Great. @Phil Rodbell shared this event from the Forest Service, so that's good feedback for him.
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Phil Rodbell ·
Sorry if you had trouble connecting. We had more than 180 participants, which is pretty solid for our attendance. You will have to send me one of those reminders so I can see an example. The words "join now" are not used on our site. It says simply Connect to the webinar, Go to: https://usfs.adobeconnect.com/ucf/ The presentation will be archived at the registration site above. Best, Phillip
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Tammy Majcherek ·
Hello, I was really looking forward to this webinar, unfortunately I was called away to another meeting at the last minute this morning. Would you mind sending out the link for the recording? I tried the one below but it only showed a title slide. Thank you.
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Re: CommuniTree: A model for engaging communities in tree planting and maintenance projects

Phil Rodbell ·
It will magically appear at this URL as early as April 15, as a title hyperlink: https://www.fs.fed.us/research/urban-webinars/
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FOLLOWERS or JOINERS?

Karl Bradley ·
My curiosity about leadership & management led me to connect with Don Shapiro of First Concepts Consulting. We had a great conversation about our mutually favorite topic...leadership! Here's his site where you can find out more about his offerings, thought leadership, etc... First Concepts Consulting During our conversation, he had two important insights... *Over the last 20 years (or so), there has been an almost exponential increase in the focus on leadership. Ok, maybe exponential...
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Re: Problematic Sexual Behavior: The Importance of a Multidisciplinary Evidence-Based Approach

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: How To Host Engaging Webinars

Aaron Weibe ·
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Integrating Perspectives

Karl Bradley ·
Anna McGrath from Godfrey Dadich Partners is one of the most enlightened people I've ever met. She's cool & wise which is a rare combo! Had the pleasure of attending a workshop she did called " Integrating Opposite Perspectives "...here are my notes from our time together... How can you ensure everyone is working towards a common goal when they all seem to be coming from so many different points of reference? Diverse ideas & perspectives can be a source of strength in your...
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How To Host Engaging Webinars

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Re: Engaging Families in Clinical Services: A Discussion on Engagement in Family Advocacy Settings

Aaron Weibe ·
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ICYMI: How to Host Engaging Webinars

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
The COVID-19 crisis means that Extension professionals are using webinars even more frequently to extend knowledge and information. Creating engaging online learning experiences for our clientele and peers is critical to our success in this new virtual environment. This webinar - offered by eXtension Foundation staff in partnership with Delaware State University Cooperative Extension - provided an opportunity for participants to reinforce the basics and learn more about advanced features. In...
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Re: Wits Workout Training: An Engaging and Interactive Brain Health Program for Older Adults in a Variety of Settings

Aaron Weibe ·
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