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Efforts to build an eXtension community of practice (CoP) for consumer horticulture began in 2005 as part of a funding initiative by eXtension to establish pioneer communities of practice ( Durham, 2008 ; Meisenbach, 2006 ). The community

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114 ORAL SESSION 31 (Abstr. 219-226) Extension: Education

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Experiment Station journal series no. R-5658. Project supported by the Univ. of Florida, IFAS, Office for the Dean of Extension and USDA Grant No. 58-319R-3-015.

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Botanic gardens, Cooperative Extension, and land grant universities share a common goal of horticultural or plant science education. Many botanic gardens include education in their mission statements. While academic institutions typically offer

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administrative skills an IHC needs to succeed, their profile is close to those of an extension agent in the United States Cooperative Extension System. Extension is traditionally considered the organized exchange of information and the purposive transfer of

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was determined that limiting factors in the growth of the industry were the lack of visibility and an underdeveloped statewide production and marketing infrastructure, including research and extension programs through the land grant universities. The

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44 POSTER SESSION 7 (Abstr. 381–397) Extension/Technology Transfer/Public Education Monday, 24 July, 1:00–2:00 p.m.

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The objectives of this paper are to discuss how to 1) guide technology choices with a priori understanding of the learners, learning objectives, and learning structures (formal, informal, and independent learning); 2) formally engage extension

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and choosing sustainable alternatives intensifies the issue of invasive plant spread in Florida, USA ( Wilson and Deng 2023 ). The “Plant This Not That: A Guide to Avoiding Invasive Plant Species in Florida” extension booklet ( McIntyre et al. 2021

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