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Re: "Video Ventures - How to use Windows 10 Video Editor"

Linda Law-Saunders ·
I thought this was supposed to be from 9am-10am?
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Re: "Video Ventures - How to use Windows 10 Video Editor"

Dan Allen ·
I am sorry to say that I wanted to attend this training. However, it was at 11AM and not at the 9AM time as indicated on the invitation. Dan
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Re: "Video Ventures - How to use Windows 10 Video Editor"

Danica ·
Will this event be offered again? I wasn't able to attend due to confusion about the start time.
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Re: Stress and Children - Good, Tolerable and Bad - RECORDED Webinar

Aaron Weibe ·
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Extension Collaborative on Immunization Teaching & Engagement Announces Funding Recipients for Activities 1 and 2

Aaron Weibe ·
The Extension Foundation, in cooperation with the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy, through an Interagency Agreement with the USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are funding the Cooperative Extension System to address health disparities among rural and other underserved communities. This initiative is called the Extension Collaborative on Immunization Teaching & Engagement (EXCITE). The EXCITE program...
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Teamwork Part 1: Making Recognition a Resource

Karl Bradley ·
If anyone knows about leadership & teamwork it was Pat Summit, Hall of Fame basketball coach from the University of Tennessee. In her book "Reach for the Summit" she says: “The amount of success you are capable of enjoying and the pleasure you are capable of feeling is equal to the number of people you are willing to share it with.” Sharing doesn’t come naturally though. We’ve all seen this when we watch kids playing; the crying starts when they have to share their favorite toy. Diagnose...
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A. Renee' Hall ·
As a former college basketball player, Pat Head Summit was an inspiration to so many! Teamwork has been a major part of my entire life...we must work together to accomplish and succeed. Thanks for this article!
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New EXCITE Interactive Dashboard with Video Feature

MelaniePugsley ·
EXCITE announces a new interactive Dashboard that displays data of the 72 "Education" programs and 24 "Pilot Projects" of the EXCITE program. This Dashboard was created so anyone can view details and data of their local Extension immunization education projects. The Dashboard data and videos communicate EXCITE's reach, value, and story and it replaces the interactive map after making changes to better serve the projects' needs. View Dashboard View Dashboard Tutorial The Dashboard is easy to...
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Ecosystem Services in Working Lands Practice and Policy of the U.S. Northeast: Successes, Challenges, and Opportunities for Producers and Extension Webinar

MelaniePugsley ·
Register for webinar HERE May 24th, 2022 2 PM - 3 PM ET The Extension Foundation and Extension Northeast Ecosystem Services Assessment Fellows invite you to a webinar to discuss their Extension Foundation publication on the recently-completed ecosystem service landscape assessment, which analyzed provisioning programs and policies across the U.S. Northeast. This report documents the results from a regional assessment of over 1,300 ecosystem service provisioning programs and policies across...
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New Project Videos on the EXCITE Dashboard

MelaniePugsley ·
EXCITE announces a new interactive Dashboard that displays data of the 72 "Education" programs and 24 "Pilot Projects" of the EXCITE program. This Dashboard was created so anyone can view details and data of their local Extension immunization education projects. The Dashboard data and videos communicate EXCITE's reach, value, and story. The project videos help showcase the success multiple institutions across diverse populations have had in reaching and educating their audience despite the...
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The 2 things everyone wants

Karl Bradley ·
Travel teaches us a ton. It's not about comparison. It's about perspective. "Comparison is the thief of joy." -Teddy Roosevelt In this article, psychologist Dr. Amy Silver helps us... " Say no to comparisonitis! " My wife and I traveled before and throughout our military careers. We still love to travel. One thing we did was chart our locations on a world map. This was a great way to share our travels with our children and what we learned along the way. In total we had the opportunity to...
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Biodegradable Plastic Mulch: A Climate Smart Agricultural Practice

Stacey Stearns ·
During the growing and harvest seasons, vegetable producers often begin their day before sunrise and finish as the last light is seeping into the horizon. These long days are normal but varied. Challenges such as pests, disease, climate change, and weather make each day and each growing season unique and unpredictable. Vegetable farmers control some of the variables they face – like weeds and the temperature and moisture levels of their soil – by using a product that comes with pros and...
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‘Just Good Food’ is topic of URI’s fall Honors Colloquium

Vanessa Venturini ·
‘Just Good Food’ is topic of URI’s fall Honors Colloquium Speakers to address equitable, sustainable and resilient food systems KINGSTON, R.I. – Aug. 22, 2022 – Just the mention of the word food can bring to mind varying images for Americans: a big dinner with family; a low-key night at home with pizza; children and families across the globe facing starvation; the behemoths of agribusiness; and the increasing interest and participation in local, sustainable farming and food production.
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New Report Provides Regional Assessment of Ecosystem Services in Northeast U.S.

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
A new report - Ecosystem Services in Working Lands Practice and Policy of the U.S. Northeast - has been added to the Extension Foundation’s bookshelf. Authored by Northeast Ecosystems Services Fellows Alicia F. Coleman, PhD, and Mario R. Machado, PhD, the report documents results from an assessment of over 1,300 ecosystem service provisioning programs and policies across the U.S. Northeast (Connecticut, Delaware, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York,...

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