California's 4-H Youth Development Program has adopted an asset-based community development approach to extending programming with Latino youths and families. This approach entails learning and relationship building with local Latino communities and building on untapped existing resources, such as Latino-serving organizations and networks. Here we present three tools developed to further the effort.
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Erbstein, N., Moncloa, F., Olagundoye, S. S., Diaz-Carrasco, C., & Hill, R. (2017). Engaging Latino Communities from the Ground Up: Three Tools. The Journal of Extension, 55(4), Article 2. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss4/2