In a time of reliance on electronic media for information, chaotic programming environments, and declining public resources, Extension workers need to find unique ways to connect with stakeholders to maintain and increase support for programming. To address this need, we developed, conducted, and evaluated a series of stakeholder teas. We found this method of communicating with stakeholders builds social, political, and fiscal support for Extension programming.
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Franz, N. K., & Fahey, C. (2012). Tea Time: Raising Awareness and Support for Extension. The Journal of Extension, 50(3), Article 68. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss3/68