Staffing, funding, and sustaining collaborative economic development organizations that provide the full range of programming require resources and cooperation. Extension-led economic development organizations, because they are tied to university resources grounded in research and education and without local jurisdictional bias, can build public trust and cooperative partnerships that help to broaden funding support for economic development programming.
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Bowen-Ellzey, N., Davis, G., Romich, E., & Lloyd, M. (2013). Extension-Led Economic Development Model—A Recipe for Success. The Journal of Extension, 51(2), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol51/iss2/23