The Road to Recovery #1: Introduction
The virus that causes COVID-19
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Gusto, Cody, Colby Silvert, and John Diaz. 2021. “The Road to Recovery #1: Introduction”. EDIS 2021 (1).


This first publication in the Road to Recovery series provides a brief introduction to some core concerns and considerations for Extension professionals as they adapt their outreach, education, and evaluation efforts during a pandemic and recovery. This new 3-page publication of the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural Education and Communication also includes an overview of the subsequent articles in the Road to Recovery series. Written by Cody Gusto, Colby Silvert, and John Diaz.
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