Join and Connect with the Network
The Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN) has become the venue for professionals throughout Extension system to:
- Connect with others doing disaster work in Extension
- Attend disaster education meetings, workshops, and webinars
- Reach out to Extension colleagues when Help is needed
- Help Extension in neighboring states and regions when disaster strikes
How EDEN Works
EDEN is a grassroots network of extension professionals, who come together to make a difference around the subject of disaster preparedness. The network includes professionals from all of Extension's subject areas including agriculture, family and consumer sciences, 4-H, and community economic development collaborating together to make a difference.
Join the Network
EDEN Is a network of delegates from the organization's member institutions working together to make a difference at the local state and national level. Delegates are appointed by their institutions Point of Contact.
The Delegate Toolkit
The delegate toolkit was designed by the Marketing Committee to serve as a guide to the new delegate.
While EDEN is a grassroots network, it does have a national leadership made up of four elected officers, the chairs of each of the network standing committees, and representatives of the 1890 institutions, Sea Grant institutions, federal agencies including USDA, and the network's staff.
As a grassroots organization, it falls to the delegates to spread the word of the network, and promote the combined work of the organization. This effort is led by the Marketing Committee which is developed a number of tools to help delegates take the work of EDEN beyond the network.
Website Information and Response Notes
Submit Response Notes, report website issues, upload or change institution logos, and submit website content