Fewer Americans are being raised on farms than 50 years ago, but agricultural education teachers may be more important than ever. They are helping young people understand the complex food system that keeps American’s food supply safe and secure. With youth across the country falling behind in math and sciences and suffering from historically high rates of obesity, agricultural education teachers impart lessons in life science, technology, health and nutrition in an applied manner that engages youth with the natural environment. As the role of agricultural teachers expands, the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences is preparing a new generation of teachers who are ready for the classroom, the garden and leadership roles. “More suburban and urban schools are beginning to see the value of agriculture programs as a way to address childhood obesity, health education, and facilitate Farm-to-School programs that promote healthy eating,” said Jason Peake, an associate professor of agricultural education UGA CAES Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication (ALEC). “In short, our teachers and programs are evolving to fit the new challenges that our society is facing.” Agricultural educators across the nation teach the foundations of agricultural science including plant and animal sciences, forestry, mechanics, horticulture, leadership and business skills. They also help bridge the gap between textbook science, math and leadership lessons and the world outside the classroom, said Kay Kelsey, newly hired ALEC department head. “Agricultural education is a perfect venue for increasing not only science literacy, but also agriculture and food literacy in a holistic environment,” Kelsey said. “There is nothing more important to every person on planet Earth than a safe and secure food supply, and agricultural education is well positioned to provide that to America’s youth. Agricultural teachers go far beyond the classroom to reach students and help them grow into productive and healthy citizens.” Despite the need for applied learning provided by today’s agricultural educators, their numbers have dwindled over the past decade. Many career ag educators have retired and fewer students are earning degrees in agricultural education. ALEC is addressing teacher shortages by increasing the number of agricultural education faculty in the department and focusing on training teachers to work in urban centers, according to Kelsey. “Our department is in the process hiring two new faculty members who will be based at UGA’s Griffin Campus to take advantage of location and access to Atlanta where urban agriculture is exploding, yet underrepresented in the literature,” Kelsey said. Eighty percent of Americans live in urban areas and are increasingly interested in local and organic foods and growing fruit and vegetable gardens. Agricultural education teachers can play a vital role in expanding the local food movement by teaching youth and their parents how to sustainably grow food in whatever space available, she said. “If you have a pot and a bag of soil, you can grow food,” Kelsey said. One of Kelsey’s goals for the department is to help Atlanta Public Schools build a magnet school for agriculture where youth learn the principles of science through the application of growing food in a sustainable manner to feed communities. She wants to leverage the state’s strong tradition of agricultural youth programs to strengthen agricultural education in urban and suburban schools. “Georgia is well positioned to lead the nation in the urban agricultural movement with its strong support of Georgia 4-H, FFA, excellent State FFA and 4-H staff, and a variety of UGA degree and certificate programs to train the next generation of agricultural education teachers,” Kelsey said. “The only thing missing are adults willing to take on the challenge of educating America’s youth.” There are more than 500,000 youth enrolled in the National FFA Organization. Georgia is the third strongest state with 35,500 members. Georgia also boasts about 180,000 students in fifth through 12th grades enrolled in UGA Extension’s Georgia 4-H program. Peake, who works to recruit and train students into ALEC’s agricultural education program, said that while Georgia is still facing a deficit of agricultural education teachers — an increasing number of students are seeing the promise of teaching students about how agriculture impacts their lives. The number of students with a traditional agriculture background has declined over the years and there has been an increase in students who come from suburban or urban backgrounds. These students need to open up urban areas to agricultural education with their understanding of how to reach non-traditional audiences. Starting salaries for first-year agriculture teachers with a bachelor’s degree and a teaching certificate are about $45,000 in Georgia, among the highest in the nation. While not required, a master’s or doctorate degree add a significant pay raise. For more information about the agricultural education program at UGA, visit www.alec.uga.edu or www.students.caes.uga.edu .
Welcome to episode 23 of The CUInsight Experience podcast. Hosted by Randy Smith, co-founder and publisher of CUInsight.com. Today’s guest is Jeanne Bliss the founder and president of Customer Bliss and the co-founder of the Customer Experience Professional Association. She is one of the foremost experts on customer-centric leadership and the role of the chief customer officer. She is a consultant and thought leader. She guides C-suites all over the world toward earning the right business growth by improving customer lives. She is also an author, podcaster, and blogger. We recorded this episode prior to Jeanne’s presentation at the CO-OP Think Event and start our conversation discussing business in general and redefining the customer service model. She explains the difference between customer service and customer experience. Rather than focusing on your key performance indicators and how the customer factors into the numbers, give customers what they need and your KPI will show the impact. Traditionally, the number of incoming new customers are indicative of success. Instead, Jeanne says that businesses should focus on net growth. Having 50 new customers means nothing if 35 existing customers no longer do business with your organization.Jeanne’s new book Would You Do That to Your Mother discusses making business personal. Business leaders need to see their customers as human rather than as metrics. Empower employees to make decisions in the moment of conflict to take care of the customer. Your employee will feel like a partner in the business, and your customer will feel heard.Listen today to learn how customer experience should drive business decisions and employee engagement. We talk about Jeanne’s path through various corporate positions and creating the customer experience process and position.Subscribe on: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, StitcherHow to find Jeanne:Jeanne BlissFounder & President of Customer BlissCo-Founder of the Customer Experience Professional [email protected] | LinkedIn | Podcast | YouTubeShow notes from this episode:Conferences mentioned: CO-OP Think EventBook mentioned: Would You Do That to Your Mother – Jeanne BlissCompany mentioned: Alaska Airlines – We Trust You Toolkit case studyCompany mentioned: Land’s EndShout out: Gary ComerCompany mentioned: Mazda Motors of AmericaCompany mentioned: Coldwell BankerCompany mentioned: AllstateCompany mentioned: MicrosoftFavorite album: The Beatles – White AlbumFavorite books: Dale Carnegie’s booksYou can find all past episodes of The CUInsight Experience here.In This Episode:[00:03] – Welcome back to the show! Randy introduces Jeanne Bliss this episode’s guest.[02:35] – Jeanne discusses redefining the customer service model.[03:27] – How businesses make the mistake of putting the customer experience last.[04:27] – The shortest most sustainable path is giving customers what they need.[05:02] – Jeanne evaluates gross customer growth versus net customer growth.[06:10] – Using whole numbers makes the numbers more human.[06:23] – Jeanne’s new book discusses how to make business more personal.[07:14] – Leadership is key to changing the customer experience.[08:08] – What can credit unions do today to impact their customer experience process?[09:19] – Alaska Airlines case study revolving around intersection of high tech and high touch.[11:05] – Empathy does have a place in business.[11:35] – Coaching versus consulting and how credits can find a coach if needed.[13:05] – Leaders have to have skin in the game and be part of the work.[14:40] – The C-suite must be united for sustainable growth and change.[16:20] – How did Jeanne become a coach?[18:06] – Staying motivated and energized while making career changes.[18:40] – Mistakes young leaders make when they are just starting out.[19:14] – Favorite piece of advice that she received and goes back to over time.[20:23] – What does work-life balance look like for Jeanne?[21:21] – Jeanne’s needed daily routines: work out, gratitude, and sit in silence.[22:29] – The Beatle’s White Album is the best.[22:47] – Favorite books to read or give: Dale Carnegie’s books[23:20] – First person that pops into your head when you hear the word success?[24:37] – Listen to hear Jeanne’s final thoughts for the listeners – they are great! 21SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Randall Smith Randall Smith is the co-founder of CUInsight.com, the host of The CUInsight Experience podcast, and a bit of a wanderlust.As one of the co-founders of CUInsight.com he … Web: www.CUInsight.com Details
Only a year after the opening, the Medora Auri Hotel in Podgora was awarded the TUI Nordic Blue Star 2017 Gold Award for the best rated hotel by a guest of this prestigious market concept.The Blue Star concept is part of TUI Nordic’s offer, as well as its longest-lived and most popular brand. All 34 hotels in Europe, as well as 22 hotels in other world destinations, have common characteristics in this concept – a variety of facilities and services for families and couples in facilities of categories 4 and 5 *, especially sustainability, environmental protection and modern technological solutions. . “The Gold Award, based on the ratings of the guests who stayed at the Medora Auri Hotel, is extremely important for the hotel and the Society as a whole and because the Medora Auri Hotel is the first facility from Croatia to win the Gold Award, ie first place in one of the TUI’s market concepts. This is especially important for us because of the construction of a positive image of Croatia as a destination of excellence and high quality tourist product. In the same competition, the hotel won a silver award for the quality of WiFi and a bronze award for the overall maintenance and cleanliness of the hotel. These awards represent an additional incentive to all employees of the Company to further improve the quality and create an exceptional experience of staying in our facilities.Said the President of the Management Board Zrinko Kamber.Medora repaid debts from pre-bankruptcy prematurelyAt the beginning of the month, Medora hotels from Podgora prematurely settled all their obligations of the Company from the pre-bankruptcy settlement, both to the Ministry of Finance and to all other creditors in full, and the early payment achieved the preconditions for concluding the pre-bankruptcy settlement.According to the Medora Hotel, the early repayment of liabilities was made partly from own funds and partly from a special-purpose loan of Zagrebačka banka dd in the amount of EUR 4,53 million, with a currency clause in kuna equivalent at the middle exchange rate of the CNB. The loan repayment period is 10 years, and no later than October 31.10.2027, 4,20. year, with a variable regular interest rate of XNUMX% per annum.After last year’s renovation of the Medora Auri Family Beach Resort hotel, in which they invested more than 15 million euros, in 2018 Medora plans to continue investing in the two remaining hotels and camps.
The donation cycle of the Adris Foundation in the amount of HRK 100.000 is responsible for financing the project. “We are proud that the preservation and promotion of cultural property has been recognized in this way, and the donation ceremony was held on November 21, 2018 in Zagreb”, Said Patricia Zanketić, Head of the Department for Economy and EU Projects. As far as the tourist offer is concerned, the 10th Festival of Wild Plants will be held in April this year, and similar contents will be held in the future as part of the Kožljak castle. Also, in the area of the Municipality of Kršan, in the immediate vicinity of the castle, a part of the abandoned railway line stretches for about ten kilometers. This stage offers the possibility of cyclotourism development which is envisaged by the Operational Plan for Cyclotourism Development of the County of Istria. “The challenge for any architect is location. Kaštel Kožljak is absolutely specific – with its history, position and story. Carved in Učka, it looks towards Istria in a mysterious and powerful way. At the invitation of the Municipality of Kršan, my project team and I made a survey of the existing condition of the location where the adaptation will start soon, and it will breathe new life. I am very much looking forward to the awakening of this special part of Istria and all the good that it will bring with it”, Vrban emphasized. His Deputy, Roman Carić, is one of the main persons in charge of the implementation of the Project. He reminded that the Municipality of Kršan had already embarked on a project of revitalization, renovation and putting the castle in Kršan into a tourist function, and the project of reviving the castle Kožljak is part of an integrated project called “Guardian of Istrian divorce”. The rest of the amount will be covered thanks to the approved funds of the Administrative Department for Culture of the Istrian County and the Ministry of Culture, whose project evaluation process is still ongoing. The next step is to apply for the project for EU funds and with these funds, if approved, to finance the execution of works and equipment and arrangement of the facility. In the Istrian municipality of Kršan, an Agreement was signed on the development of a conceptual design for the project of renovation and revitalization of the Kožljak castle, the old town which is part of the municipal settlement of the same name. This valuable cultural asset is mentioned as early as 1102 in written sources from the time of the Aquileian patriarchs. The castle is located on a steep cliff along the old road that connected Istria with Liburnia. The natural shield consists of the slopes of Učka and Ćićarija, and the castle is approached by stairs carved into the rock. The castle consisted of residential and commercial buildings and was surrounded by defensive walls and a tower. Within the castle are the remains of the Romanesque church of St. Hadrian. So far, geodetic measurements and 3D ortho-photo images, conservation background and architectural images of the existing condition have been performed, and a conceptual solution will be made by the end of March. Further activities are the development of the main and detailed design. The total amount required for the preparation of project-technical documentation is 700.000 kuna, and half of the amount will be provided by the Municipality. The contract was signed with Ante Vrban, a world-renowned Croatian architect, who was entrusted with a demanding task after an open competition. “The location of the old town of Kožljak is insufficiently known at the local level, and the possibilities of its valorization are great.”, Said the mayor of Kršan, Valdi Runko. “This is an effort to properly valorize, and preserve part of our cultural and historical heritage that the Municipality abounds in, and about which not enough is known. Accommodation, location, view, view, experience, extremely attractive place of the municipality, for sure.” Kastel Kozljak / istria-culture.com
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THE Guyana Boxing Association will kick off its year of activities for 2017 with a planned international competition on February 18. The GBA will collaborate with overseas-basedSeon BristolGuyanese Seon Bristol and Alford McDonald to stage the first of three international events for the year.The February competition was long in the making and already St Maarten has signaled its intention of sending a team.GBA president,Steve Ninvalle,said discussions are being held with Suriname,Trinidad and St. Lucia to add more international flavour.According to Ninvalle the collaboration is part of his association’s stratergised effort to provide adequate and quality competition for Guyanese boxers and comes at a time when the GBA is preparing for major overseas engagements. He noted that both McDonald and Bristol are former boxers who have seen it as their duty to give back to the sport.“Mr. McDonald has been relentless in making sure that the planned event becomes a reality and Seon Bristol has had a long relationship with the GBA. Our collective hope is that this will become an annual event,” Ninvalle declared.When contacted, Bristol who resides in the USA, said that both him and McDonald are happy to give back to the sport. “We understand that the GBA, as most of the other associations in Guyana, has been struggling financially. We have seen it fit to talk the talk and also walk the walk and this is just another way of us repaying the sport we love,” Bristol said.February’s event would be the first since Guyana took the Caribbean Development Tournament by the scruff of its neck. A local team of 11 boxers returned from Barbados in early December 2016 with 10 gold medals and one silver. Christopher Moore was named Best Boxer.
Teenager Poppy Gerrard, from the dance group MerseyGirls who made it to this year’s finals of Britain’s Got Talent, is getting behind the drive to encourage more girls to take up golf.Poppy and the MerseyGirls first hit the headlines when they earned a golden buzzer from judge Alesha Dixon in the audition stages. Now Poppy is using her fame to share her new love of golf with other girls.Poppy was persuaded to go along to the local driving range at Moreton Hills Golf Centre on the Wirral with her dad and brother, where she was spotted by the eagle eyes of the head PGA Professional Daniel Adams.Poppy enjoyed her introduction to golf and some healthy competition as she tried to catch up with the skills of her bother. Now, the 15-year-old, who loves being outdoors and sporty, wants to be a role model for other young girls and encourage them to try something different and adopt a healthy lifestyle.After talking to Daniel and her mum Kath, Poppy is promoting a taster session for girls at Moreton Hills in October where the girls will be able to come along to the golf centre, meet Poppy and take part in some dancing and golfing with her.The places filled up in record time after Poppy took to Instagram to say: “When I have not been training/dancing with MerseyGirls I have been spending some time learning a new hobby. Golf is actually a lot harder and cooler than I thought it would be.” She then invited girls to join her at Moreton Hills to “hang out, take photos and have some fun hitting golf shots.”Since the Instagram invitation Poppy and Daniel have been busy planning the event at Moreton Hills and have been on a photo shoot around the Wirral (see below) to show what a beautiful part of the country it is to visit and play golf.Alison Lysons, England Golf’s Cheshire Club Support Officer, said: “It’s really exciting to see someone like Poppy enjoying learning to play golf and wanting to encourage other young girls to try a new sport and become more active.“I’m sure the event at Moreton Hills will be a great success and hope that the girls who come along will not only enjoy the event but will want to return and take advantage of the great range of classes that Daniel has on offer.”Lauren Spray, Women and Girls’ Participation Manager at England Golf added: “Poppy’s use of Instagram has demonstrated the importance of choosing the right way to communicate with youngsters and recruit them to our sport.“By coming directly from Poppy, her peers they have trusted her opinion and signed up to come along to have a go at golf. Poppy has presented golf in a cool, accessible way which has encouraged these teenage girls to take part and enjoy themselves. This is something England Golf is working hard to achieve through Girls Golf Rocks, our girls’ national recruitment campaign which we run jointly with the Golf Foundation.”For more information about this event and other taster opportunities please contact Daniel Adams, Head PGA Professional at Moreton Hills Golf Centre at [email protected] find out about other opportunities across the country visit www.getintogolf.org Get into golf is England’s Golf’s campaign to inspire more people to take up golf and it offers a range of low-cost beginner activities delivered by PGA professionals.Girls Golf Rocks is a joint initiative run by England Golf and the Golf Foundation to encourage girls aged 5 to 18 to learn golf in a fun and social way, supported by amabassadors from county girls’ squads.It currently runs in 15 counties across England. Girls are invited to take part in free taster sessions and if they want to learn more, to move on into fun, informal group lessons at a golf club or driving range. Find out more at www.getintogolf.org/ggr or follow Girls Golf Rocks on Twitter at @GirlsGolfRocks1 or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/GirlsGolfRocks Tags: Alison Lysons, Get into golf, Moreton Hills, women and girls 28 Sep 2017 MerseyGirl Poppy gets in the swing
Facebook163Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Doug Adamson for the Washington State Department of TransportationEvery afternoon, travelers in Lacey and Olympia sit in backups on southbound I-5, and wonder, why can’t someone fix this? There is some good news. We are.One way to help maintain traffic flow is regulating vehicles entering the highway. And that’s where traffic meters come in, and what’s coming to Thurston County. Come mid-April, we expect to activate new meters at:Martin Way EastSleater-Kinney Road SoutheastPacific Avenue SoutheastHenderson Boulevard SoutheastRamp meters are an affective and proven tool that help delay the onset of backups seen regularly on southbound I-5 between Lacey and Olympia. They also help reduce the potential for collisions.What’s causing the backups?Every day, we see large groups of vehicles flood southbound I-5 at the same time. Drivers naturally slow down due to merging traffic and congestion builds until traffic slows to a crawl.Ramp meters – traffic signals at the end of highway on-ramps – regulate the flow of traffic entering the highway. The regulated pace vehicles enter the highway makes it more predicable for travelers already using I-5. Meters provide consistent gaps between vehicles, rather than allowing multiple vehicles to flood the highway at once.But why not add more lanes to I-5? The answer is cost. We look at lower-cost enhancements, such as ramp meters, before big-ticket items like widening I-5. Right now, there is no funding to widen this section of I-5.Why ramp meters?Ramp meters are a long-used tool to help improve the flow of traffic on state highways. While new to southbound I-5 in Olympia and Lacey, ramp meters have successfully operated at the Marvin Road and Nisqually on-ramps to northbound I-5 in Thurston County for years.Another southbound I-5 ramp meter at Marvin Road will activate later as part of the diverging diamond interchange project.How and when ramp meters workRamp meters react to real-time conditions. Using computer-assisted technology and specially trained operators, ramp meters can activate anytime or any day if the network detects I-5 congestion.On-ramp delays?While ramp metering benefits the interstate, it can produce delays for drivers merging onto the highway. We will monitor the system and make adjustments as needed. At the same time, we do anticipate it will take longer to reach the highway. We expect some drivers will opt for in-city travel instead of using I-5. And as always, for those able to do so we encourage people to consider alternate forms of transportation such as transit, bicycling or walking.What about northbound I-5?It’s a worst-first strategy. While there is northbound congestion, southbound is the focus due to longer-lasting afternoon chronic congestion. There also is no funding at this time for northbound ramp meters. However, you can expect this tool for northbound I-5 in the south sound when funding becomes available.Not stopping in Lacey or Olympia?Travelers heading to locations south of Olympia can help. Through traffic is encouraged to use the left two lanes. This does not apply to vehicles towing a trailer or vehicle or combination over 10,000 gross vehicle weight.
Derry has it all wrapped up for an enchanting Christmas experience to rival any European destination thanks to Derry City Council’s stunning seasonal package of activities and events guaranteed to get you into the festive spirit. Historic winding streets, shops, bars, restaurants and high quality craft sector combine to create the perfect stop-off during the countdown to the most magical time of the year.So make sure to keep some key dates free soon in your diary for Christmas shopping and entertainment in the Walled City famed for its welcoming festive atmosphere. The 20th annual Guildhall Craft Fair taking place from November 14th-16th will provide a glittering start to Derry City Council’s Christmas programme, always a great weekend for visitors to select the perfect handcrafted gift for Christmas stocking fillers.Forty crafters from all over Ireland will be exhibiting high quality wares such as ceramics, textiles, jewellery and foodie treats in the historic setting of the beautifully restored Guildhall.The Christmas Lights will be illuminated on Thursday, November 20th at 7pm, when the big switch-on ceremony returns to its traditional venue in Guildhall Square. This year’s event will be spread across three zones in the city centre for maximum festive cheer.• Guildhall Square – Santa and his helpers turning on the lights • Peace Garden – transformed into a ‘Frozen Forest’• Waterloo Place – Elsa and the stars of Frozen will be on stageJust a short walk across the Peace Bridge and you will be transfixed by our brand new Christmas Village opening at Ebrington from Friday, November 28th until December 21st.This new festive offer for Derry will have Christmas markets in 25 wooden chalets selling a wide variety of delicious seasonal fayre and some cracker gift ideas, trading from 12 noon until 10pm.Who needs to travel further afield when you can make a trip to Music City 2014 for the full festive experience complete with Legenderry on Ice which will also be open at Ebrington from November 28th. Featuring an even bigger ice rink than last year which attracted thousands of happy skaters, as well as a festive funfair and bar.Sit back with a mulled wine or a delicious hot chocolate, and enjoy live music and entertainment from local bands and visiting acts ranging from choirs to jazz during the weekends leading up to Christmas – what better way to get you into the festive mood!There will even be pop-up Christmas Cinema, ‘The Festive Film Factory’ with daily showings of festive films in the Christmas Village at Ebrington Square!Younger members of the family will also be well catered for in the city centre with special themed activities destined to make them experience the Wonder of Christmas, based in the Craft Village on December 6th & 7th, 13th & 14th, 1pm-5pm each day. Costing just £1 per child, there will be storytelling, arts and crafts, puppet shows and much, much more to keep your little darlings entertained.Fashionistas can join the cool crowd at the city’s exciting inaugural Fashion Fest from November 20th-23rd, and enjoy extended late night Christmas shopping at both Foyleside and Richmond Centres which will remain open until 10pm from December 1st.With so many festive activities and events to enjoy in Derry, why not stay a while and soak up the atmosphere, with one night B&B accommodation available from just £32.50 per person sharing.For more details go to www.visitderry.comFor more information on Derry City Council’s fantastic Christmas programme please visit www.festivetime.comFurther press information can be obtained by contacting Derry City Council’s Marketing and Communications Section, Tel. 02871 376504.HAVE YOURSELF A ‘LEGENDERRY’ LITTLE CHRISTMAS was last modified: November 11th, 2014 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:EntertainmentFeaturesnews
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