Toledo Local Government Leadership Academy Marks 13th Year
This educational offering marks the 13th year of an outstanding local partnership with the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio Sea Grant College Program and is the longest running local government leadership academy in Ohio.
Ohio's Lake Erie Marina Industry BRE Program Results Announced
Ohio’s Lake Erie Marinas are a critical component of our waterfront communities, providing both recreation and tourism opportunities while contributing to the local economy . . .
Ohio BR&E Program goes to Purdue
Extension CD faculty took the Ohio BR&E Program on the road to Indiana, delivering a two-day train-the-trainer program at Purdue University on January 22-23.
National eXtension Food Security Conference Summary
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  1. LE Marina BRE Report

    Ohio's Lake Erie Marina Industry BRE Program Results Announced

    Apr 27 2015 - 1:02pm

    Seventy-five percent of Ohio’s Lake Erie marina businesses find the Ohio Lake Erie shoreline to be an excellent or good place to do business, according to survey results released in April 2015 by the Ohio’s Lake Erie Marina Industry Business Retention and Expansion (BR&E) Task Force, sponsored by the Lake Erie Marine Trades Association, Ohio Department of Natural Resources Office of Coastal Management and the Ohio Sea Grant College Program. 
  2. The Toledo Local Government Leadership Academy Proudly Announces its 2015 Graduating Class

    Apr 27 2015 - 12:53pm

    This educational offering marks the 13th year of an outstanding local partnership with the Toledo Regional Chamber of Commerce, Ohio State University Extension and the Ohio Sea Grant College Program and is the longest running local government leadership academy in Ohio. The 2015 class had twenty-five graduates from various local government backgrounds. Since 2002, the Toledo Local Government Leadership Academy has produced over 300 graduates.
  3. Research informs organizational sustainability

    Mar 18 2015 - 4:26pm

    Why are some organizations able to thrive and grow while others are in a seemingly constant struggle to survive? One reason is an intentional focus on sustainability. Last year OSU Extension Community Development professionals focused efforts on COSI, an organization dedicated to fun, hands-on science exploration since 1964. Of particular interest was the science museum visitors’ “willingness-to-pay” for the products and services offered by the 50-year-old organization.