U-of-M Extension asking for community ideas for Northeast RSDP
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (12/15/21)
(Duluth, MN) — University of Minnesota Extensions is asking Northeastern Minnesota residents for ideas to help strengthen their community and partner for support of their Regional Sustainable Development Partnership.
The Northeast RSDP helps support local innovation by connecting community ideas to the U of M resources. Community members can also work on diverse project teams that research, develop, and plan local sustainability plans with University students, faculty, and staff.
Going into 2022, RSDP will prioritize their focus on resilient food systems that provide sustainability raise, just and equitable food that is accessible to all.
Project ideas are being accepted now through February 14th and can be submitted online. Community members can also contact David Abazs, Executive Director of the Northeast RSDP by email or call 218-940-2196.