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  • Department of Community Sustainability

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    The Department of Community Sustainability engages with colleagues, students, stakeholders and communities to address social choices within specific environmental, economic and cultural contexts that advance or conflict with sustainability goals.

  • MSU Detroit Partnership for Food, Learning and Innovation

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    Forming partnerships, addressing challenges and opening up opportunities unique to Michigan's urban environments.

  • Center for Regional Food Systems

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    Engaging the people of Michigan, the United States and the world in developing regionally integrated, sustainable food systems.

  • Food Processing and Innovation Center

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    Commercial processing Space with Food Processing Equipment and Facilities to create new innovative products for the marketplace

  • Product Center

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    The MSU Product Center can help you develop and commercialize high-value products and businesses in the food, agricultural and natural resource sectors.

  • Facilitation

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    A facilitator is someone who helps a group of people understand common objectives and assists in planning and achieving objectives without taking a position in the discussion. Facilitators can help those groups come to a consensus on their best ideas.

  • Civic Engagement

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    Through its public policy education and leadership trainings, MSU Extension informs residents about public policy issues and processes, develop leadership capacity in communities and strengthen community capacity to solve complex problems.

  • Leadership

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    MSU Extension strengthens the leadership skills of individuals and organizations so they can participate fully in our democracy. MSU Extension offers several classroom-based leadership development training programs and educational resources.

  • Conflict Resolution

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    MSU Extension offers hands-on educational opportunities that help people build the skills needed to manage a range of potential conflict situations—from one-one-one interactions to large public meetings with a possible wide array of conflicting viewpoints.

  • Government

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    Through education of newly elected and incumbent officials, MSU Extension helps ground Michigan’s 1,858 municipalities and 12 federally recognized tribal nations with trusted information that helps in sound governance.

  • Livable Communities

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    MSU Extension fosters livable communities through programming that reflects a sense of place, which is the visual, emotional, memorable and satisfaction of any community. Extension aligns communities with 21st-century global awareness and standards.

  • Public Policy

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    Through education of newly elected and incumbent officials, MSU Extension helps Michigan’s 1,858 municipalities, 14 multi-county regions, 12 federally recognized tribal nations and state agencies with information that informs public policy decision-making.

  • Economic Development

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    MSU Extension educators help counties work together in developing strong economic blueprints that strengthen relationships, build trust and capacity and strengthen “social capital.”

  • Planning

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    MSU Extension offers training courses on planning and zoning tools, policy options, land use and environmental issues. All services are available to Michigan’s 1,858 municipalities, 14 multi-county regions, 12 federally recognized tribal nations.

  • Farm & Farmers Markets

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    MSU Extension assists farms and farmers markets’ efforts by bringing together partners, identifying successful market models, establishing rules and regulations, identifying and training managers and helping recruit vendors.

  • Neighborhood Planning Manual (WO1024)

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    Published on October 20, 2015
    During the last half of the 20th century, core cities in Michigan experienced the twin trends associated with urban sprawl - abandonment and disinvestment.

  • Community Spray Programs (E2837)

    Digital Document

    Published on September 22, 2016
    Guidelines on questions to ask and legal requirements for community spray programs in Michigan

  • Building Neighborhood Communities - An Introduction to Successful Neighboring (WO1000)

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    Published on October 20, 2015
    Making connections with your neighbors is an important part of keeping your neighborhood safe and livable. If something is not working well on your block, you and your neighbors can solve the problem together.

  • Money Management

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    This unbiased education presents best practices to help people at any stage in their financial lives. Topics include Making Money Decisions, Creating and Managing a Spending Plan, the Importance of Saving and Investing, and Credit/Debt Management.

  • Entrepreneurship

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    Fostering entrepreneurship and community support are key strategies for creating jobs and transforming the state’s economy and global presence. MSU Extension addresses entrepreneurship from both a community and individual perspective.

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