Field and campus faculty partnered in a trend analysis process that established a baseline of trends and resulting issues important to Minnesotans over the next 3 years. Approximately 70% of the trends and issues identified resulted from both the field and the discipline process. This congruence launched a program-development process mobilizing the organization around 14 critical issues. Work teams are currently identifying Extension's niche with these issues, and staff development, resources, and expertise are being leveraged for appropriate local response.
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Martenson, D. (2002). Creating the Base for Extension Priority Issues. The Journal of Extension, 40(5), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol40/iss5/15