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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Kim Byrne Greder ·
to register for the event, does you institution have to be an eXtension member?
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Rose Massengill ·
I am a member of the Health Farms subgroup. I am interested in this webinar. How do I join the subgroup in order to register. Thank you, Rose
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Aaron Weibe ·
This particular event is for eXtension Foundation members. A listing of members is available at extension.org/current.
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Aaron Weibe ·
Yes, this event is for eXtension Foundation members.
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Sheila G ·
This registration system to attend trainings is not working about 50% of the time. I think I registered and then can't get in.
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Re: Engaging Latinos and Creating Partnerships with Latino Media

Katem ·
I missed the event yesterday, I wasn't sure if I would receive a link or to view here on eXtension. Is the program recorded to view? Thank you so much, Kathleen Morgan
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Re: Connecting Latino Youth, Families, and Communities with Extension Resources: What Works!

Aaron Weibe ·
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Re: Connecting Latino Youth, Families, and Communities with Extension Resources: What Works!

Jhusch ·
This looks like an important and fascinating chat---and i'd love to join but I'm committed to another event at the same time. I'd LOVE to learn more about the work people are doing so if there is a way to share information that would be great. I'm at Univ. of Delaware Cooperative Extension working on a USDA grant related to farm/ag workers stress and mental health issues. We have created a working group that is focussed on the LatinX community in the Northeast so this is perfectly timed.
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Re: Connecting Latino Youth, Families, and Communities with Extension Resources: What Works!

Aaron Weibe ·
Hi Jerri! The great thing about these chats is that after they happen, you can view the entire transcript. So when you're ready, you can just come back here and you'll be able to see the entire transcript!
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Re: Convivencia y conversación: Tools for reducing stress and fostering emotional well-being among Latino farmworkers

Aaron Weibe ·
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