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Building Community Resilience Workshop at CCE

Written By Editor on 12/22/21 | 12/22/21

Join us for the 1st workshop in our 5 part series

Building Community Resilience


3:30 p.m. via zoom starting at 3:30 on January 13, 2022

Teaching Credits Available

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware and Orange Counties are excited to offer a series of five virtual free webinars that will focus on building resilience in communities and youth.  We welcome your participation in all of the workshops that offer teacher credits and access to webinar recordings.  Our first webinar will be presented January 13.


Growing Resilient Communities, Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Access by Rick Griffin.  Rick is currently the Director of Training and Curriculum

Development for Community Resilience Initiative (CRI), the nation’s

first community resilience network.


In nature, ecosystems harness resilience through the biodiversity of life. Similarly, in our communities and workplaces, our strength comes from not only the diversity of a population (sexual orientation, race, religion, gender, cultural background, class, neurological makeup, etc.), but also the intentional practices and opportunities of equity, inclusion, and accessibility. This session is about the power of science-based practices. They serve as a reminder that we belong to a greater whole and strong relationships are a pathway to healing.


This series is sponsored by Delaware and Orange County Cornell Cooperative Extensions and the Delaware County Rural Healthcare Alliance.




Registration is required. Go to:

You will receive one link to join all 5 workshops. Each workshop will be recorded.   

For more information contact Jeanne Darling

607-865-6531 or or visit



“Accommodations for persons with disabilities may be requested by calling Cornell Cooperative Extension of Delaware County at 607-865-6531 by September 23, 2021, to ensure sufficient time to make arrangements. Requests received after this date will be met when possible.”


Cornell Cooperative Extension is an employer and educator recognized for valuing AA/EEO, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities and provides equal program and employment opportunities.

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