Moving Back to the People: Understanding Asset Based Community Development, John Titre, USFS

Moving Back to the People: Understanding Asset Based Community Development, John Titre, USFS

  • How do you unlock community talents to better address a community’s current and future needs?
  • How can you support decision making for “wicked problems” that are mired in controversy, polarity, and argument?
  • How do you connect your agency’s mission to community needs like rural jobs, youth engagement, and minority participation?

Moving Back to the People: Understanding Asset Based Community Development will explore how to engage  communities in a journey of discovery to find hidden assets, strengths and resources. ABCD uses a range of methods to connect with individuals and stakeholder groups, and to uncover community assets and opportunities.

By focusing on people – hidden treasures who can help the community thrive - ABCD reframes the conversation from problems to possibilities.

Learn how to encourage community members to see what your agency has to offer.

Presented by John Titre, District Staff Officer, Wilderness, Trails, Recreation, Lands & Special Uses, Coronado National Forest from the U.S. Forest Service.

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This webinar was recorded on October 26, 2017

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John Titre

District Staff Officer
Wilderness, Trails, Recreation, Lands & Special Uses
Coronado National Forest, AZ
USFS

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