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Agenda

EDEN 2009 Annual Meeting

Indianapolis, Indiana

October 6 - October 9, 2009 


Tuesday(10/6)

8:00 -- 5:00 Pre-training (includes breakfast and lunch)
Food Safety and Security for the World's Largest One-Day Crowd: Feeding the Indy 500

5:30 -- 8:00 Welcome Reception and Poster Session

Posters

4-H Teen CERT: Training and Engaging Youth Lynette Black, Extension Educator, Oregon State University, and Pamela Powell, Extension Educator, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension

Animalsin Disaster Response Teams: Tips for Engaging Communities Pamela Powell, Extension Educator, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension, Lynette Black, Extension Educator, Oregon State University, and David Thain, Extension Specialist, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension

Building Resilient Communities: Disaster Awareness and Preparedness in Disadvantaged Communities Deborah Tootle,Extension Specialist, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and Bo Beaulieu, Director, Southern Rural Development Center

Business Continuity Planning Curriculum for Extension County Offices Dee Jepsen, State Safety Leader, Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering, Ohio State University and Aletha Reshan, Program Coordinator, Emergency Management Planning and Education, Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering, Ohio State University

Challenges and Dynamics of Implementing All-Hazards Mitigation Plans In Western Livestock Production Communities Scott Cotton, Extension Educator and Unit Leader, University of Nebraska

Collier County CERT Team Exercises---Extension's Role Robert Halman, County Extension Director, University of Florida IFAS Extension

Communication is Key in Disaster Faith Peppers, Public Affairs Team Leader, University of Georgia College of Agricultural andEnvironmental Sciences

Connecticut Extension Disaster Education in Action Linda R. Horn, Program Specialist, 4-H Youth Development and Bruce Wilbur, Office of Communications and Information Technology Connecticut Cooperative Extension System

Costand Effectiveness of Warning Sirens vs. NOAA Weather Radios Timothy Prather, Biosystems Engineering & Soil Science Department, University of Tennessee Extension

EDEN's Web Presence: the New Web Site Summer Prisock, EDEN Webmaster, Louisiana State University

Effective Virtual Teams Virginia Morgan, Outreach Administrator, Alabama Cooperative Extension System

ElectronicMedia Adds Value to "Ready Business" Training Becky Koch, Ag Communications Director, North Dakota State University Extension Service

eXtension: The Power of Social Networking Pamela King, Extension Educator, University of Maryland

Individual, Family and Community Disaster Preparedness Community Web Page and Twittering Kim Cassel, Extension Specialist and Donna Bittiker, Extension Educator, South Dakota State University

Purdue Extension Mold Team Genise Huey, Extension Educator and Mary Lou Elbert, Extension Educator, Purdue University Extension

Risk Communication with High-risk Audiences Abigail Borron, EDEN Communication Specialist

eXtension Terry Meisenbach, Communications and Marketing, eXtension

 

Wednesday(10/7)

7:00 -- 8:00 Breakfast

8:00 -- 9:00 EDEN 101

9:10 -- 9:45 Annual Meeting Kick-off Dave Filson, EDEN Chair and Welcome from Purdue Chuck Hibberd, Purdue Extension Director and Associate Dean of Agriculture

9:45 -- 10:00 Break

10:00 -- 10:30 USDA/CSREES

10:30 -- 11:00 Food Protection Conferences Andrea Husband, University ofKentucky

11:00 -- 11:30 Hot Topics Panel Discussion Becky Koch, North Dakota State University, and Kim Cassel, South Dakota State University

11:45 -- 1:00 Working Lunch: Business Meeting

1:10 -- 2:00 Program Committee Updates

2:00 -- 2:45 Preparing for Catastrophic Disasters Michel S. Pawlowski, CEM, FEMA Liaison to DHS

2:45 -- 3:00 Break

3:00 -- 5:00 Committee Meetings

Dinner on your own


Thursday(10/8)

7:00 -- 8:00 Breakfast

8:00 -- 8:40 Concurrent Sessions

    1. Challenges and Dynamics of Implementing All-Hazards Mitigation Plans In Western Livestock Production Communities Scott Cotton, Extension Educatorand Unit Leader, University of Nebraska
    2. Risk Communication with High-risk Audiences Abigail Borron, EDEN Communication Specialist

8:45 -- 9:30 Regional Meetings

9:30 -- 9:45 Break

9:45 -- 10:25 Concurrent Sessions

    1. Individual, Family and Community Disaster Preparedness Community Web Page and Twittering Kim Cassel, Extension Specialist and Donna Bittiker, Extension Educator, South Dakota State University
    2. Collier County CERT Team Exercises---Extension's Role Robert Halman, County Extension Director, University of Florida IFAS Extension

10:30 -- 11:10 Concurrent Sessions

    1. Cost and Effectiveness of Warning Sirens vs.NOAA Weather Radios Timothy Prather, Biosystems Engineering & Soil Science Department, University of Tennessee Extension
    2. Communication is Key in Disaster Faith Peppers, Public Affairs Team Leader, University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences

11:15 -- 11:50 Concurrent Sessions

    1. Animals in Disaster Response Teams: Tips for Engaging Communities Pamela Powell, Extension Educator, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension, Lynette Black, Extension Educator, Oregon State University, and David Thain, Extension Specialist, University of Nevada, Reno Cooperative Extension
    2. Purdue Extension Mold Team Genise Huey, Extension Educator and Mary Lou Elbert, Extension Educator, Purdue University Extension

12:00 -- 1:00 Lunch

1:00 -- 1:40 Concurrent Sessions

    1. Building Resilient Communities: DisasterAwareness and Preparedness in Disadvantaged Communities Deborah Tootle, Extension Specialist, University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service and Bo Beaulieu, Director, Southern Rural Development Center
    2. Electronic Media Adds Value to "Ready Business" Training Becky Koch, Ag Communications Director, North Dakota State University Extension Service

1:45 -- 2:15 Volunteer Agency Liaisons Susan Jensen, FEMA Region VI Volunteer Agency Liaison

2:15 -- 2:30 Break

2:30 -- 4:00 Business Meeting: Regional reports, Committee Updates, Annual Meeting Update, and Adjourn

Dinner on your own


Friday (10/9)

8:00 -- 3:00 Post-meeting training (includes breakfast)
Flood Recovery and Work Team Social Networking (Nashville, IN)

 

 

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