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Talking public value at ANREP?

A few days ago Eli Sagor posted the photo below in his Flickr (TM) stream, captioning it, "Marshall Stewart talks about communicating Extension's public value at #ANREP12." So, apparently public value was being created at the recent conference of the Association of Natural Resource and Extension Professionals (ANREP)!

Marshall Stewart talks about communicating Extension's public value at #ANREP12

Thanks for posting the photo, Eli. I found it because it showed up in a Google (TM) alert I set up for "Extension's Public Value."

Looking at the ANREP conference agenda, the photo appears to be from a talk by Dr. Marshall Stewart of North Carolina State University on "Advocacy Makes a Powerful Difference." Indeed it does!

So, were any readers at the ANREP conference and can share the gist of Dr. Stewart's message? Eli?