About EMIL: The European Map of Intergenerational Learning (EMIL) is a collaborative network of members working together to support intergenerational learning taking place across Europe. Established in 2009, the network uses the existing expertise of organizations already working in the field to provide a learning network for others involved in intergenerational programs across Europe. Since its launch in 2009, EMIL has made significant progress in mapping intergenerational practice, highlighting intergenerational learning already taking place throughout Europe, developing its virtual learning model and engaging a growing active membership.
[From the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Aging and Sustainability Monthly E-Newsletter – March/April 2013] Aging in place: it's what most people say they want to do. Unfortunately, many live in communities that are not prepared for an aging population. That's why GIA is pleased to be partnering with the Pfizer Foundation on a new initiative called Community AGEnda: Improving America for All Ages. Its goal: to help America's communities become more "age-friendly," meaning, great places to grow up and to grow old.
Established in 1974, the Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE) is a membership organization of colleges and universities that offer education, training, and research programs in the field of aging. AGHE currently has more than 280 institutional members throughout the United States, Canada, and abroad. The purpose of AGHE is to foster the commitment of higher education to the field of aging through education, research, and public service.
The Beth Johnson Foundation with partners from Bulgaria, Sweden, Spain and Slovenia has gained two year funding to develop a distance learning course that will enable people across Europe to develop their skills and expertise in organizing projects between the generations.
Generations United's Public Policy Agenda for the 113th Congress is now available.
Stay on the cutting edge of intergenerational research, practice methods, and policies with a subscription to The Journal of Intergenerational Relationships (JIR). It's the only journal focusing on the intergenerational field that integrates practical, theoretical, empirical, familial, and policy perspectives. Generations United members receive a discount on their subscriptions.
A new University-based intergenerational center is born: The Intergenerational Center at Chaminade University in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Temperatures will fluctuate, low chance of any significant rain soon.
If your timothy looks drought stressed in April, get a magnifying glass out.
This is not your father’s corn planting season
There are several advantages to grabbing manure samples as it is being pumped out or spread
Sometimes it’s good to step back and look at a larger picture
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If you’ve got herbicide resistant marestail, one of these burndown options may be your best bet.
Here’s a look at products containing this new herbicide and some data from our product efficacy trials.
Peas are a powerhouse vegetable crop. Including peas in a diversified vegetable cropping plan can improve your early market mix, help your soil quality, and put a smile on your customers' faces.
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PA Department of Environmental Resources offers on line the ability to obtain a“Manure Management Plan” manual.
On March 6, 2012, Congressman Andy Barr (R-KY) introduced the Equine Tax Parity Act (H.R. 998), which would make horses eligible for capital gains treatment after 12 months, rather than 24, similar to other business assets.