The Alberta Rural Development Network brought together their partners and the community to celebrate their 10 year anniversary and discover their rural initiatives.
The Alberta Rural Development Network (ARDN) brought their partners, members and the public together on Friday at The Royal Executive Inn in Leduc to network and showcase their many initiatives related to rural development.
10 years is a huge milestone for not-for-profits and the ARDN is excited to showcase our successes through presentations and networking. Presentations include our Sustainable Housing Initiative, Psychology of Aesthetics, Rural Homelessness Projects and Estimating Rural Homelessness, Homelessness Estimation Database, the Alberta Coalition on Housing and Homelessness, Canadian Rural and Remote Housing and Homelessness Symposium, Substance Use Awareness, Rural Crime Initiative, Rural Immigration Initiative and the Agriculture and Food Council amalgamation. We have lots going on!
ARDN is a not-for-profit partnership of nine Alberta colleges and universities working together to enhance the quality of life in rural Alberta through education, research, collaboration, and networking. Please visit www.ardn.ca to learn more.