Culturally Competent Extension Educators
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How to Cite

Guion, Lisa A., Kay Brown, and David C. Diehl. 2010. “Culturally Competent Extension Educators: FCS9219/FY754, Rev. 6/2010”. EDIS 2010 (8). Gainesville, FL.


Revised! This document is FCS9219, one of a series by Lisa A. Guion and David C. Diehl that includes articles on planning programs to effectively reach diverse audiences. Published by the Family, Youth and Community Sciences Department, June 2010.


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