Also, I synthesized the various sections of the book that have implications
for the conduct of extension in a feature in the June _Consortium News_ the
newsletter of the Consortium for Sustainable Agricutlure Research and
Education. If you would like to receive that and get on our mail list,
contact me directly at the addresses below.
Good luck, Elizabeth Bird
>From: (Kate Alexander) <email@example.com>
>Subject: communication and SA
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>I am an undergraduate at Cornell who is conducting honors research on the
>differing approaches to communication between Cooperative Extension and
>sustainable farmers. My basic premise is that there is the potential for
>mutally beneficial exchange of information between Cooperative Extension
>and sustainable farmers but this opportunity is thwarted by ideological
>conflicts or institutional incompatibility, to name a couple. I want to
>examine how these obstacles can be circumvented. If anybody has any
>suggestions, I would certainly appreciate the assistance.
Elizabeth Ann R. Bird, Ph.D.
Consortium for Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education, and
Research and Technology Policy Project Leader,
Center for Rural Affairs
3609 Busse St.
Madison, WI 53714