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  • Built Capital: water systems, sewers, utilities, health systems Natural Capital: air, soils, water (quality and quantity), landscape, biodiversity with multiple uses. Cultural Capital: Cosmo vision, language, rituals, traditional crops, dress Human Capital: self-esteem, education, skills, health Social Capital: leadership, groups, bridging networks, bonding networks, trust reciprocity Political Capital: Inclusion, voice power Financial Capital: Income, wealth security, credit investment
  • Do group exercise : Ask half of the groups to consider themselves starting to work in a community to form new community organization where people are involved in developing new community facility. Ask half of the groups to consider themselves a review team for a proposal from a community organization for start-up funding of a business retention and expansion program. Ask participants to develop 5-6 key questions to ask in determining whether organization that you are a part of is community-based. Draw on principles of good practice.
  • Do group exercise : Ask half of the groups to consider themselves starting to work in a community to form new community organization where people are involved in developing new community facility. Ask half of the groups to consider themselves a review team for a proposal from a community organization for start-up funding of a business retention and expansion program. Ask participants to develop 5-6 key questions to ask in determining whether organization that you are a part of is community-based. Draw on principles of good practice.
  • Do group exercise : Ask half of the groups to consider themselves starting to work in a community to form new community organization where people are involved in developing new community facility. Ask half of the groups to consider themselves a review team for a proposal from a community organization for start-up funding of a business retention and expansion program. Ask participants to develop 5-6 key questions to ask in determining whether organization that you are a part of is community-based. Draw on principles of good practice.
  • Do group exercise : Ask half of the groups to consider themselves starting to work in a community to form new community organization where people are involved in developing new community facility. Ask half of the groups to consider themselves a review team for a proposal from a community organization for start-up funding of a business retention and expansion program. Ask participants to develop 5-6 key questions to ask in determining whether organization that you are a part of is community-based. Draw on principles of good practice.
  • Bioenergy and community development reed adams

    1. 1. CommunityDevelopment Johanna Reed Adams, Ph.D. University of Missouri Extension
    2. 2. PAIRED SHARESPair up with someoneDiscuss the following question for 3minutes:How does communitydevelopment relate to bioenergy?
    3. 3. CommunityInteractions among people for mutual support
    4. 4. Community Types Communities of Interest Communities of Place
    5. 5. What iscommunitydevelopment?
    6. 6. Community Development:A planned and organizedprocess through whichpeopleand communities learn howthey can help themselves.
    7. 7. Community Development:A process through whichpeople and communitiesacquire the attitudes, skillsand abilities for activeparticipation in creatingmeaningful futures anddealing with communityissues.
    8. 8. housing development economic development bioenergy health care Communityeducation and youth Development leadership development otherinfrastructure development agricultural development
    9. 9. 4 Principles of Good Practice 3 Community Development Principles 2 Assumptions 1Values and BeliefsThe Core of Community Development
    10. 10. right to participate right to strive to right to maximize create environment human interaction CD Values 1 & Beliefs motivation created by interaction and participationright to strive to affectimposed environment participatory democracy developing capacity
    11. 11. learning through interactionlearned behavior CD direction 2 Assumptions rational behavior creating and shaping the environment
    12. 12. free and open participation broad representation right to be heard and increased breadth of CD 3 Principles perspectiveright to participate accurate information understanding is basis for change
    13. 13. enhance leadership capacity sustainable active and In long term representative participation CD Principles of disengage if 4 Good Practice co-learning adversely understanding impacts affecting of alternative coursesdisadvantaged of action shared leadership incorporate diversity
    14. 14. Conceptualizing Community Development The Layer Cake Model C D D I O E E N E M V V D C M E E INDUSTRY U O U Agriculture Tourism L L S N N Forestry Retirement O O T O I P P PHYSICAL R M T Water Industrial Park M M INFRASTRUCTURE Sewer I I Y Utilities E E Roads Waste Disposal A C N N Streets L D T T SUPPORT Ed. & Info. Systems E Health Care INFRASTRUCTURE Recreation and Parks V Retail Sector Churches Financial Sector E Law Enforcement Housing The driving force is a shared L vision for the community O HUMAN P INFRASTRUCTURE LEADERSHIP M Individuals and INFRASTRUCTURE* * Vision E Families Knowledge of Dev. process Knowledge Family Structure N Health Care Ability to empower others Skills Vision of the Future T Retail Sector Technical Knowledge Sources Education levels Community Spirit Churches Housing Self Reliance Environmental Scanning NATURAL RESOURCE BASE
    15. 15. Conceptualizing Community Development The Community Capitals Model Cornelia Butler Flora, North Central Regional Center for Rural Development, Jan Flora, Iowa State University, 2004.
    16. 16. establish organizing group identify who is celebrate to be included success Community collect/analyzereview and Development information evaluate Process create purpose implement action plan develop vision develop action and goals plan expand the organization
    17. 17. Elements in CD Process Community is unit of action Local initiative and leadership are the resources we use Blend of internal and external resources
    18. 18. Elements in CD Process Inclusive participation Organized comprehensive approach Democratic task accomplishment
    19. 19. Challenges & Changes Ability to articulate to people what we are Working with groups that are more and more marginal Framing properly the issues
    20. 20. Challenges & Changes Helping deal with unforeseen consequences of actions The fast pace of electronic communications Accomplishment vs. process
    21. 21. adequate and accessible, quality affordable housing health care quality lower crimeenvironment rate Ongoing affordable bioenergy Community visionary Development adequate capital leadership community pride & quality schools and involved citizens education
    22. 22. CD Benefits Protects from Increases selective ability to participation implement Increases decisions representation
    23. 23. Contact Information: Johanna Reed Adams, Ph.D. Community Leadership State Extension Specialist Extension Assistant Professor – Rural Sociology 223 Gentry Hall Columbia, MO 65211-7040 Ph. 573-882-3978 adamsjr@missouri.edu www.communitydevelopment.missouri.edu

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