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  • Cornell Cooperative Extension

The past year has revealed the urgency for Extension to adapt to multiple transitions in the population that impact how Extension engages with audiences. In this three-part series staggered monthly, we will learn about new opportunities to engage with diverse stakeholders across New York State.

This month's speakers are:

Anu Rangarajan, Assistant Director of Extension and Director of the Cornell Small Farms Program, will share highlights of new national programming in urban agriculture that welcomes diverse farmers and will describe efforts to collaborate with Black farmers in urban and rural communities of New York.

Julie Suarez, Associate Dean for Land-Grant Affairs, will provide an overview of New York's changing population and a summary of legislation that addresses historic discrimination against Black famers by reforming policies within the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
 

Zoom link:
https://cornell.zoom.us/j/94405452768?pwd=a0x5bWxFdGVBeGdZcnRCU1ZHa0JPUT09

Meeting ID: 944 0545 2768; Passcode: 2021

Date & Time

January 22, 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am

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Speaker

Anu Rangarajan

  • ar47 [at] cornell.edu

Julie Suarez

  • jcs433 [at] cornell.edu

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