EEAC Keynote: Gentle Pressure Relentlessly Applied for Diversity in Oregon's Master Gardener Program
Dr. Gail Langellotto shares her journey from entomologist to Extension Master Gardener Program coordinator in Oregon, discussing her commitment to making the program accessible to all gardeners through focusing on meaningful actions that create positive change. She explains how she identified and addressed systemic barriers to participation and access, and the importance of gentle pressure relentlessly applied for culture change.
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