Volume 8

Community Matters Volume 8

Volume 8, Issue 1Volume 8, Issue 1, 2015

  • Design students create visions for Anglo and Latino retailers
  • CED Extension creates advisory committee to inform programming
  • Registration open for 2015 Intro to Planning and Zoning workshops
  • We-Lead helps West Liberty 'taste' successful revitalization
  • Research-based planning plus participation equals success
  • New ISU Extension and Outreach program creates one-stop shopping for financial analysis
  • Ross Wilburn joins ISU Extension and Outreach leadership team
  • CDL design fellow thrives on projects that engage communities
  • Iowa-Wisconsin Extension collaborative serves nonprofits

Volume 8, Issue 2Volume 8, Issue 2, 2015

  • Retail-Scapes studio helps Lyon County residents dream big
  • Meet the ISU Extension and Outreach CED Advisory Board...
  • Borich to retire from CED Extension and Outreach
  • ISU design students help Fareway Stores launch new venture
  • Nonprofit board members -- What are your legal responsibilities?
  • Young Iowans speak to the future of Extension and Outreach
  • CED specialist/CCEDCO director sows new ideas in Cedar County
  • New design faculty member is a persevering preservationist
  • Ag Urbanism Toolkit helps establish local food systems


Volume 8, Issue 3Volume 8, Issue 3, 2015

  • Extension CED, Dallas Co. promote Healthy Corner Stores in Perry
  • Meet the ISU Extension and Outreach CED Advisory Board...
  • Municipal Professionals Institute celebrates 40th anniversary
  • Municipal Professionals Institute takes training on the road
  • CED Extension Flooding in Iowa project earns national recognition
  • ISU professor helps Iowa towns build community, identity, and economy through art
  • Extension artist "Intertwines" Ames residents, ISU students, and art
  • Gary Taylor named Extension CED interim director
  • Extension CED partnering with USDA in national SET program
  • Tourism training focuses on creating customer experience
  • Sense of community slipping in small-town Iowa
  • ISU Extension CED helps Lee County take the lead

Volume 8, Issue 4Volume 8, Issue 4, 2016

  • Extension and Outreach offers one-stop data resource for Iowans
  • ISU students create retail designs for culturally diverse businesses
  • Increasing entrepreneurship among African Americans in Iowa
  • Ag Urbanism Toolkit celebrates successful food systems projects
  • Extension CED partners with University of Kentucky to get design students 'In Motion' using web mapping
  • Latino entrepreneur 'talks the talk' for Extension CED program
  • Extension and Outreach offers multidisciplinary faculty expertise
  • Extension CED Latino programming efforts expand to NW Iowa
  • Juntos program comes to Siouxland Latinos
  • Documents that nonprofit boards should have on hand
  • Becky Luers brings focus on youth to community development
  • ISU Extension CED Helps Lee County Take the Lead