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ALCE-299NP

Authors as Published

Authored by Laura Dainton, Virginia Cooperative Extension Intern, Virginia Tech; Marc Brodsky, Public Services and Reference Archivist. Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech; Kira Dietz, Assistant Director. Special Collections and University Archives, Virginia Tech; Karen Vines, Assistant Professor & VCE Continuing Professional Education Specialist. Department of Agricultural, Leadership, & Community Education, Virginia Tech; and Ben Grove, Associate Director, Strategy and Administration, Virginia Cooperative Extension.

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Publication Date

May 6, 2022