CROOKSTON, Minn. – Northwest Regional Sustainable Development Partnership (NWRSDP) is seeking community members in Northwestern Minnesota to serve on its board of directors.
Each of the five Regional Partnerships (Southeast, Northwest, Northeast, Southwest, and Central) is citizen-driven, building community-University partnerships that create new opportunities and solve problems in Greater Minnesota. The Partnerships are a division of University of Minnesota Extension.
According to Linda Kingery, executive director, board members function as a team, working with local communities to identify and implement projects that foster sustainability in agriculture and food systems, tourism and resilient communities, natural resources, and clean energy.
Members of the NWRSDP board also:
• solicit, evaluate, and vote on proposals
• participate in regular boards and focus area work group meetings--both in-person and by conference calls--contributing time, energy, and insight to projects
• serve for three years with mileage and honorarium for agreed upon meetings and special assignments.
Board membership is open to residents of Greater Minnesota and University of Minnesota faculty, staff, and students. To be considered for a position, please submit your application by Friday, May 15, 2015 for terms starting in July of 2015.
For more information, see "Board members information and application" at http://RSDP.umn.edu.