Rural Resources and Strategies for COVID-19

Rural Resources and Strategies for COVID-19

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently impacting people around the globe and the situation is changing rapidly. The health and safety of the people in rural communities and our staff and partners throughout the Pacific Northwest are our top priority. We are closely following the recommendations and updates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other trusted sources regarding COVID-19. To be responsive to the threat of this global pandemic, we are implementing measures to help reduce the spread of germs, and are following the CDC guidelines for preventing and slowing the spread of illness. 

At this time, we are considering alternate delivery methods and meeting formats for RDI programs and other initiatives that are currently in progress. If you are already registered for an RDI rural leadership or economy building program, we will be following up with you on an individual basis. The scheduling of all future initiatives is temporarily postponed through April.  

We feel ever more sure that what is vitally important are our communities and our connections. If you haven’t already, we invite you to Join our PNW Rural Action Network  (currently housed on Facebook).  We will be posting updates and information about resources and strategies specific to the support of rural people, organizations, and economies. We encourage you to pay attention, track, and share the impacts of this global epidemic on our smaller places. RDI will be asked about how it is impacting rural, and we would love to be able to share your first hand stories.

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