More than 7,500 people representing approximately 60 towns throughout Missouri have participated in 40 locally based, EXCEL-type leadership development programs.
The MU Extension Council wants to welcome drivers entering the county and remind them of the many services.
While board members can bring valuable skills and knowledge, they might not be ready to deal with issues such as conflicts of interest, maintaining minutes and other required documents, compensation of paid employees, and proper handling of grants, donations and other income.
Visitors to historic Lexington, Mo., can learn about the town's rich Civil War history through an audio walking and driving tour created through Extension's Community Arts Program. Watch the video.
Many small businesses depend on tourism dollars. One such business is Mark Twain Cave in northeastern Missouri. Watch the video.
Rural communities across the country are finding economic opportunities from cultural heritage tourism.
MU Extension helps people create communities of the future. Community development education helps citizens tap into local strengths and university resources.
The following are general-interest community and leadership websites from the University of Missouri. Browse the menu on the left for sites on more specific community and leadership topics.
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The following are general-interest community and leadership courses. Browse the menu on the left for courses in more specific community and leadership areas.