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Citizen Science & 4-H

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Citizen Science: Taking It Local

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HACCP in an Hour

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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Former Member ·
Interested in butchering poultry???? LOL [The Ohio State University] Michael Schweinsberg Extension Educator, 4-H Youth Development College of Food, Agriculture, and Environmental Studies OSU Extension Paulding County OSU Extension, 503 Fairground Drive, Paulding, OH 45879 419-399-8225 Office / 419-786-0207 Mobile schweinsberg.5@osu.edu<mailto:schweinsberg.5@osu.edu> / paulding.osu.edu< http://paulding.osu.edu/ > [The Ohio State University Sesquicentennial: Celebrating 150 years...
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Former Member ·
Please include me on this event.
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The Business of Dry Curing

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Preparing eXtension CoP Budget

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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Hannah Hendryx ·
Please include me on this event Hannah Hendryx Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Services OSU-Washington County Extension Administrative Support Specialist Hannah.K.Hendryx@okstate.edu
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Aba Kiser ·
Hi, I never got a login for this? Cheers, Aba Kiser (she/her) Project Manager WSU Food Systems OFFICE: (360) 379-5610 ext 211 EMAIL: aba.kiser@wsu.edu <mailto:aba.kiser@wsu.edu> I acknowledge< http://landacknowledgements.org > the traditional lands & territories of the many Coast Salish peoples who have stewarded the land where I live in Port Townsend, WA, including the Makah, Chimacum and Klallam peoples. Upcoming Event: International Quinoa Research Symposium August 17th -...
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Aaron Weibe ·
I think sometimes folks RSVP to attend an event here in Connect Extension, but they miss the registration link. I found your registration link where it says "Register in Advance for this Webinar." One suggestion is to put a nice big "REGISTER HERE" right at the top of your post and link that out to your registration page. I've found that to work pretty well. Here's an example: https://connect.extension.org/...d-teamwork-session-2
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Dr. Jacquie Jacob ·
Sorry you missed the webinar. The link is posted on the event page. I'm just learning this site. I will see how to send out links in the future. But the webinar was recorded and the recording will be shown on this site shortly. Also, if you check the follow box for the event, you will be notified when changes are made to the page.
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Dr. Jacquie Jacob ·
20 people did get on so they must have gotten the link. Did you check your junk folder to see if it went there?
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Colette DePhelps ·
I registered, but did not receive a link for this event.
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Re: Slaughter and processing of poultry

Aba Kiser ·
Thanks! Will watch the video. I couldn't find the link on the website either... not sure about junk, doesn't look like it went there. Cheers, Aba Kiser (she/her) Project Manager WSU Food Systems OFFICE: (360) 379-5610 ext 211 EMAIL: aba.kiser@wsu.edu <mailto:aba.kiser@wsu.edu> I acknowledge< http://landacknowledgements.org > the traditional lands & territories of the many Coast Salish peoples who have stewarded the land where I live in Port Townsend, WA, including the Makah,...
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Live Stream at 2 PM ET Today! Unpacking the Content Creation Process: How NPSEC Optimizes Existing Cooperative Extension Resources

Aaron Weibe ·
Open this post in Connect Extension to view the live stream! Launching a state-wide campaign can be daunting, but the content creation process doesn't have to be! In this webinar, Kara Maddox from the National Pesticide Safety Education Center (NPSEC) and Nathan Hermond from Prairie View A&M University Cooperative Extension describe how they transformed existing Pollinator Stewardship Resources into an engaging Pollinator Prep Guide. Designed to engage Millennials and their families...
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Re: Benefits Of Using Cover Crops

Russell & Jewell Bean ·
Cover Crops Information
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THE SUPERMAN RULE

Karl Bradley ·
If we stopped to think about how many decisions we make each & every day it would be a daunting task. If we wrote them all down... Would we be satisfied with the outcomes? What would we learn about ourselves? How do they affect others? In today's world, it seems we have learned how to be distracted by all the wonderful technology available. Being bombarded by information can derail our effectiveness in making meaningful decisions that positively affect those we are trusted with leading.
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Handful to Ponder

Karl Bradley ·
It's not about you It's all about you It's about what you're doing for others & how your intentions provide the evidence of your authentic intentions. Realizing & doing them is leadership to me. Behavior Change The hardest part about leadership development. The start is what stops most people. Coach People Fix Processes You don't have to be better than another person to help them, to coach them. You just have to care a whole awful lot. Help people do their work by removing the...
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Re: Processed Foods and How They Affect Nutrition

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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2 Approaches

Karl Bradley ·
Transactional and Transformational leadership are different. Different in their approaches. Almost opposites in application. Transactional leaders focus on the task. Focus on the process of getting work done Transformational leaders focus on people. Focus on engaging & inspiring There is a need for both. A need to fix processes to remove barriers to getting work accomplished. A need to coach people to become the person they want to be. Fix processes so the "event" serves the people...
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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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Are you ready?

Karl Bradley ·
Life isn’t happening to you it’s happening for you. Are you ready to lean into all the opportunities life brings? When was the last day you felt at your best? What does it mean to be ready ? When you're ready you feel prepared. You feel rested. To be the best we can be, it takes caring for our mental, physical, spiritual and emotional states. Taking care of what it means to be human. When we fail to prepare we're preparing to fail. To be the best we can be means helping others be the best...
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Re: Best Management Practices for preparing eggs for sale with flocks of less than 3000 hens

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: World Health Organization (WHO) Guidelines on Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior for Persons with Disabilities: Process to Practice

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 , 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 FAQs for Learn Calendar Users: Will a recording be available? That is entirely...
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New Publication: How to Use Digital Dashboards to Improve Program Implementation and Evaluation

Rose Hayden-Smith ·
How to Use Digital Dashboards to Improve Program Implementation and Evaluation is available on the Extension Foundation’s bookshelf. This case study was written by Amy Patillo, Matthew Pezold, and Karen Funkenbusch from the University of Missouri. It outlines a strategy used by the University of Missouri (MU) Extension to manage and evaluate complex mental and behavioral health initiatives for farmers and rural communities. It highlights the processes and tools used to help a large,...
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