Outreach programming can often involve issues that have complex multicultural and regional dimensions. Those dimensions, while challenging, can represent important opportunities. This article describes the methods and outcomes associated with integrating multicultural and regional perspectives into efforts to sustain wild rice in the Upper Great Lakes Region. The outcomes highlight the importance of utilizing multicultural approaches, addressing issues at appropriate scales, and enabling diverse partnerships. This project underscores the importance of integrating multicultural and regional perspectives into appropriate outreach programming.
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Robinson, P., Herron, S., Power, R., & Zak, D. (2009). A Regional Multicultural Approach to Sustaining Wild Rice. The Journal of Extension, 47(6), Article 14. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol47/iss6/14