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Communicating about Water

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Job Hunting In a Tough Job Market

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Public opinion of food safety

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The Ins and Outs of the Learn Calendar on Connect Extension

Aaron Weibe ·
I’ve received a number of GREAT questions about the Learn calendar here on Connect Extension. What is it? Who can use it? What’s the value in using it? I thought it would also be helpful to explain some of the things that are happening on the backend that many might not be aware of - and how you, as Cooperative Extension professionals, can take advantage of that with ease! First - who can use it? Anybody in Cooperative Extension can use it. You do not need to be a member of the eXtension...
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How To Find the Recordings for Past Events & Search the Learn Calendar Archive

Aaron Weibe ·
Last week, I posted about the Ins & Outs of the Learn Calendar on Connect Extension, the different things that happen behind the scenes when you publish an event to it, and how eXtension helps to market those events for you. Another question I often receive is where can I access the recording of a recent event? The short answer : for eXtension-hosted events, we update the calendar items with the recordings. I typically remove the “Register Here” button and replace it with “Recording...
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APHA Annual Meeting Deadline Extended to September 10

Roger Rennekamp ·
If you have never attended the Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association (APHA) because of the added cost of travel, meals, and lodging then this may be your to attend the all-virtual conference. Better yet, is that workshop will also be available on-demand after the conference, so you won't have to among sessions in the same time block. This is a big conference with over 1,000 concurrent sessions. For more information, visit https://www.apha.org/events-and-meetings/annual
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Atomic Habits: An Extension Conversation About Moving Forward in the New Year

Scott Reed ·
James Clear’s book, Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results , was the subject of a recent Connect Extension Virtual Chat. The hour-long interaction stimulated participants to extend Clear’s lessons into vignettes describing their personal and professional experiences with habits. The recorded chat can be found here . Atomic habits are intended to be small and easy to do-thus reinforcing their value by becoming a part of one’s identity. Multiple atomic habits can begin to influence...
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Re: Engaging Community Members in Addressing Community Issues Together – An Introduction to the new How to Hold a Forum, Interactive Workshop

Aaron Weibe ·
Automated message: Thanks for sharing this event! If you can, please remember to update this listing after your event with a link to the recording. You can do that by coming back to your event here in Connect Extension, clicking "Manage Event" and then "Edit Event." From there, I suggest adding the words "Recording Available Here" to the top of your event and linking out to the recording. Example: Recording Available Here Thanks for helping us make this an awesome archive of resources for...
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Re: Integrating Resiliency Thinking into your Extension Farm and Farm Family Programs Interactive Workshop

zena bartell ·
I'm leaving a comment here so if anyone like, I'll come back to this again and I love this song 😁 I like the part where they say "we're rising, we're falling, we'll make to thoughhhhhh" I sang the same thing, I love it! slope unblocked
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Re: Poultry-Human bond

Former Member ·
Cela semble être excellent mais je ne suis toujours pas sûr que je l'aime. En tout cas, j'y regarderai beaucoup plus et je déciderai personnellement . Comment Faire Pour Séparer Un Couple
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Re: 25th Booker T. Washington Economic Development Summit

Gary Walton ·
Thank you, @Aaron Weibe . I'd missed this comment.
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Re: 25th Booker T. Washington Economic Development Summit

Aaron Weibe ·
No worries, we're here to help! Thanks for sharing this event.
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Re: The Juntos Program: An Extension Program’s Journey to Serving a Growing Community

Diana M Urieta ·
So proud of this publication and the team that made it happen. The Juntos 4-H story will always be one of community, bridge building, and movement forward for the communities it serves.
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Inform the Development of the Physical Activity Guidelines Midcourse Report on Older Adults Posted on November 8, 2021 by ODPHP

Holly H. McPeak ·
Posted on November 8, 2021 by HHS/ODPHP HHS is seeking public input to help inform the Physical Activity Guidelines Midcourse Report on older adults. HHS is requesting input through written comments and nominations of qualified candidates to support the development of the report. Learn More About the Call for Written Comments The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans provides science-based recommendations on how physical activity can help promote health and reduce the risk of chronic...
 
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About the Extension Foundation

The Extension Foundation was formed in 2006 by Extension Directors and Administrators. Today, the Foundation partners with Cooperative Extension through liaison roles and a formal plan of work with the Extension Committee on Organization and Policy (ECOP) to increase system capacity while providing programmatic services, and helping Extension programs scale and investigate new methods and models for implementing programs. The Foundation provides professional development to Cooperative Extension professionals and offers exclusive services to its members. In 2020 and 2021, the Extension Foundation has awarded 85% of its direct funding back to the Cooperative Extension System, 100% of funds are used to support Cooperative Extension initiatives. 

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