This article focuses on a new university/Extension approach for land use planning education that blends coursework with community engagement. The College of Natural Resources at University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point and Cooperative Extension established the Center for Land Use Education (CLUE) in 2000. CLUE's model for land use education focuses on a team-based approach that integrates university and outreach education. Regional zoning board and plan commission workshops are opportunities for teaching university students about the realities of implementing land use tools while educating Extension clientele about how to make informed decisions for their communities.

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