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Inside the numbers of Greater Minnesota


Dear Colleagues:

In 2019, I will run occasional features, showcasing the great work of Extension beyond Family Development. All of us in Extension are committed to Minnesota, the partnerships we have, and the families we are honored to serve. This article appeared originally in Extension Highlights.

Michael Brott, communications manager


As University of Minnesota Extension’s economic analyst, Brigid Tuck knows that decision-makers have a daunting amount of data available, so she guides them to ask the right questions, and her reports and presentations provide a thorough interpretation.

 
University of Minnesota Extension’s economic analyst, Brigid Tuck sitting in a group. Text on photo 75 times have bridged Tuck and her team run and translated numbers to help communities create economic development plans. 145 applied research reports were completed by extension's center for community vitality in 2018.


Read Tucking in the numbers for Greater Minnesota on Extension Highlights. This Highlight also features Tuck's Getting to Know Greater Minnesota's economic 2019 update, and includes an example of economic diversity—the sport of curling— from Minnesota's northeast region.

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