A Guide for Leaders
2015 King Arthur Flour Youth Baking Competition
Chocolate Zucchini Cake
also includes technology resources
UNHCE Accident/Injury/Incident Report Form
Being part of an action group working on a community-defined project can be extremely rewarding. It can also present many challenges, including those related to leadership, communication and/or coordination, resource development and planning. In light of all the challenges, the following are important points to consider.
38 page document
These workshop materials cover the use of co-occurrence analysis, both simple and weighted, for compositing a variety of data layers to make important natural resource and societal decisions.
Effective leadership, open communication, coordination of efforts, celebration and participatory planning are just a few elements of healthy communities. The same principles apply to effective action groups working on community defined projects.
Essential Farm Accounting Practices for
Managing Agricultural Income Taxes
HELPING ACTION GROUPS SUCCEED
Picking Our Battles: A Guide to Planning Successful Invasive Plant Management Projects