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"Our staff has risen to the challenge. They work hard to build relationships and engage communities of learners in vibrant and relevant programs," Trautman said. "They have developed strong collaborations and partnerships which support the land-grant mission."
The highly skilled professionals Trautman references have always been keys to providing research-based information and resources to consumers in ways that are relevant to meeting the everyday needs of South Dakotans, explains Alvaro Garcia, SDSU Extension Agriculture & Natural Resource Program Director.
"SDSU Extension specialists have the capacity to filter research and information and provide individuals with what they are looking for in a way they can understand and implement," Garcia said. "Just as our world is constantly changing, SDSU Extension is evolving. Our specialists continually look for innovative ways to furnish information."
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