Fwd: UC Davis Spring 2018 Dialogue: Promoting Sustainability and Prosperity in Rural Communities – May 11

Posted On 4 May, 2018

The UC Davis Center for Regional Change invites you to join us at our
upcoming free public lecture/dialogue titled *Promoting Sustainability and
Prosperity in Rural Communities
< regionalchange.ucdavis.edu/events/crc-regional-change-public-dialogue-series-fresno>*.
This dialogue will feature four UC Davis professors from the UC Davis
Department of Human Ecology presenting the following:

· Socioeconomic Indicators for the Sacramento San Joaquin Delta
Dr. Anne Visser and Dr. Catherine Brinkley, UC Davis Department of Human
Ecology

· Diversifying the Community Economic Development Toolbox:
Co-operative Development

Dr. Keith Taylor, UC Davis Department of Human Ecology

· Water Justice in the San Joaquin Valley

Dr. Jonathan London, UC Davis Department of Human Ecology

Our intended audience is community members, agricultural workers,
non-profits, change makers, students, and all those interested in social
and environmental justice within their community. *We appreciate any help
you can provide us in getting the word out and of course, we would hope to
see you there!* Please find more information in the attached flyer – thank
you.

*Friday, May 11, 2018*

*4:30pm-6:30pm*

*Kearney Agricultural Research & Extension Center*

*9240 South Riverbend Avenue*

*Parlier, CA *
*Refreshments will be served RSVP to
vchiappone@ucdavis.edu
< vchiappone@ucdavis.edu> *

Twitter: @regionalchange

Facebook: facebook.com/regionalchange
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*Valerie Chiappone*

Administrative Manager
UC Davis Center for Regional Change

PH (530) 752-3007
2019 Wickson Hall

regionalchange.ucdavis.edu

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*UC Davis Center for Regional Change*

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