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    • BIOEN4: Community Economic Unit 1 – Community Preparedness: Understanding the issues & opportunities associated with bioenergy development Unit 2 – Case Study Analysis Unit 3 – The Educator’s Role as Facilitator: Asking the right questions Unit 4 – Community Economic Development Issues
    • Community Development - is a process toeducate, counsel, promote, and cooperate withcommunities (people) as they develop assets toseek solutions and solve problems, directly orindirectly affecting quality of life.*After a meeting or two re-visit the question of:Are all of the stakeholders represented?
    • HOW DO PROJECTS GET STARTED INITIATED BY LOCAL  Typically the project has ENTITY been identified by local – Individual residents and act in – Or Group response to that need. INITIATED BY  The agency has a AGENCY mandate, charge, deadline, – Local or other need to be met. – State – Federal
    • IDENTIFICATION OF STAKEHOLDERS & GETTING THEM TO THE TABLE Group Processing:  Have the local people: – Bring in a neutral party  Make the contacts – Identify what  Bring the representatives stakeholders are to the table present  Set the date, time, location – Identify what stakeholders are not  Give public notice present  Open the door – host the – Identify representatives meeting of those stakeholder groups
    • FORMING, STORMING, NORMING, & PERFORMING Dedication – The facilitator needs to make the commitment to stay the course conceptually and time wise – Volunteers must make a similar commitment Developmental phases are not mutually exclusive Ground Rules – Must be established – Must apply to everyone
    • GROUND RULES APPLY TO EVERYONE All opinions are valued Participants listen respectfully Everyone is equal Everyone is heard No one dominates discussion Respectful disagreement is OK, and may be necessary to move ahead. Focus on the common ground
    • MISSION & GOALS Must be acceptable to all Must be clear – understandable Easy to repeat & articulate Signed off on by participants – a conceptual contract
    • AS THE PROJECT MATURES Evaluate the situation Re-visit the mission & goals Make other needed adjustments Other
    • The community development approach is the integration oforganizations and individuals which have environmentalknowledge, technical skills and fiscal resources in the followingareas:• Comprehensive Planning• Resource Use Issues residential – housing/onsite sewage agricultural – farming/forestry recreational economic development – business & Industry retention/expansion, etc.• Human Resource Development
    • THANK YOU QUESTIONS, COMMENTS, SUGGESTIONS? Dan Downing University of Missouri 205 Ag. Eng. Building Columbia, Mo 65211 downingd@missouri.edu
    • Community Development - is a process toeducate, counsel, promote, and cooperate withcommunities (people) as they develop assets toseek solutions and solve problems, directly orindirectly affecting quality of life.*After a meeting or two re-visit the question of:Are all of the stakeholders represented?