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Developing Engaging Extension Curriculum to Enhance Food Security
How can Extension support practices that sustain healthy forests and rangelands, while enhancing food Security? The rapidly growing population in the United States and the world creates food security challenges at local, regional, and national scales and threatens our ability to export important food resources to other nations. To meet these challenges U.S. farmers and ranchers need innovative approaches to increase productivity while maintaining the sustainability of the lands they manage.

Healthy and productive forests and rangelands are the hallmark of the Renewable Resources Extension Act and essential for addressing our future food security challenges through advances in agroforestry and rangeland management practices. Successful Extension Educators transfer innovations to stakeholders via engaging curricula.

This webinar will feature the work of three successful Extension Educators:
Dr. John Munsell, Agroforestry and whole farm planning, Virginia Tech.
Dr. Diomy Zamora, Agroforestry and Silvopasture Systems, University of Minnesota
Dr. Travis Mulliniks, Nebraska Ranch Practicum, University of Nebraska

You will be sent a Zoom link for the webinar after your registration has been submitted. You will also receive reminders for the webinar. If you have questions about this webinar please contact: Mark Thorne, State Range Specialist, University of Hawaii.

We look forward to “seeing” you at the webinar!

Mar 26, 2020 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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