PULLMAN, Wash. — Need a different approach to solving problems and making decisions about your life?
“Mapping Your Way to a Sustainable Future,” a new video from Washington State University Cooperative Extension, examines how a four- year project integrating the principles of Stephen Covey, the holistic management concepts of Allan Savory and the practices of consensus building helped participants improve their jobs, families and quality of lives.
The project was conducted by Washington State University faculty. It was funded by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation as part of a nationwide Integrated Farming Systems initiative.
Cecil Andrus, former Idaho governor and former U.S. Secretary of the Interior, narrates the 37-minute video.
Copies of VT 0100 “Mapping Your Way to a Sustainable Future” can be ordered from the Washington State University Cooperative Extension Bulletins Office by calling 1-800-723-1763. Cost is $30 plus shipping and handling. Washington residents should add 7.5 percent state sales tax The video is available in NTSC VHS. PAL and SECAM formats are available for an additional charge.
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