Volume 7

Community Matters Volume 7

Volume 7, Issue 1Volume 7, Issue 1, 2013

  • Fairfield Earns Environmental Excellence Award for Energy Efficiency/Renewable Energy
  • ISU Launches Iowa Retail Initiative to Support Independent Retailers and Rural Downtowns
  • Extension CED Helps Latino Entrepreneurs Realize Their Dreams
  • Smartphone Mapping Application Helps RAGBRAI Riders "Ride Right"
  • ISU Students Create Hope Through Design and Social Engagement
  • Take the First Step Toward Social Media Marketing
  • ISU Partners with Keokuk Chamber to Grow Young Leaders
  • Extension Gets Youth Back to Nature with Smartphone Technology
  • Artwork Designed by ISU Students Installed at Perry Bike Co-op


Volume 7, Issue 2Volume 7, Issue 2, 2013

  • Extension and DNR Partner to Educate Communities on Flooding
  • Waukon Looks to C2C Program for Assistance in Finding a Vision
  • Extension CED Helps Ringgold County Measure Success
  • ISU Community Design Lab Helps Maquoketa Make Future Choices
  • Mapleton: Model for Disaster Recovery and Research-based 

  • ISU and League of Cities Host Annual Conference
  • Attendance at Municipal Professionals Training Remains Strong
  • Design Fellow's Goal is Creating Functional, Healthy Landscapes
  • Sepulveda Spreads the Word about Extension CED Design Camps
  • Geospatial Technology Program Adds GIS Analyst/Programmer

Volume 7, Issue 3Volume 7, Issue 3, 2013-2014

  • ISU Road Scholar Program named top in North America
  • Community Design Lab helps students design school garden
  • Sustainability specialist helps Fairfield prepare for EAB
  • Where are they now? A look back at past visioning communities
  • Nonprofit Management Academy grows across Iowa
  • Registration open for 2014 Introduction to Planning and Zoning
  • Extension and Outreach CED Latino outreach programming highlighted
  • Assistant Director chosen for ISU Extension and Outreach CED
  • OSLGP offers township trustee and clerk training
  • Extension CED adds four new specialists
  • CED partners with IARC to support Iowa's COGs

Volume 7, Issue 4Volume 7, Issue 4, 2014

  • ISU Landscape Architecture Students Create Decompression Area
  • 2014 CDS Annual Conference in Dubuque opens new doors
  • Extension helps ICRA create county recorder certification
  • ISU design students work with three southwest Iowa towns
  • CED studies Latinos' awareness of energy-efficiency programs
  • Extension CED and IARC recognized nationally for partnership
  • Help wanted: Lime Springs explores recruiting international workers
  • Integrating local foods systems into sustainable community design
  • Bringing the power of words to Iowa's undeserved populations
  • CED specialist/Keokuk chamber director hits the ground running
  • GIS program manager educates communities through mapping