Nick Breedlove, who lives in Jackson County in western North Carolina, leads a discussion at the N.C. Rural Center during the Rural Economic Development Institute, the center's leadership program. REDI attracts a cross section of rural elected officials, government staff and community leaders who enroll in the program to improve their leadership and economic development skills.
Nick Breedlove, who lives in Jackson County in western North Carolina, leads a discussion at the N.C. Rural Center during the Rural Economic Development Institute, the center's leadership program. REDI attracts a cross section of rural elected officials, government staff and community leaders who enroll in the program to improve their leadership and economic development skills. Courtesy of N.C. Rural Center
Nick Breedlove, who lives in Jackson County in western North Carolina, leads a discussion at the N.C. Rural Center during the Rural Economic Development Institute, the center's leadership program. REDI attracts a cross section of rural elected officials, government staff and community leaders who enroll in the program to improve their leadership and economic development skills. Courtesy of N.C. Rural Center

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