What is Community Vitality?
Community Vitality is a planned and organized process through which people and communities learn how they can help themselves.
One of our goals at K-State Research and Extension is to provide technical assistance and evidence based programs to citizens who want to make sure their communities survive and prosper.
Community Vitality can also be defined as a group of people in a locality initiating a social action process through planned intervention to improve their seven capitals situation. The seven community capitals are natural, cultural, human, social, political, financial, and built. Click on the Logo below for more information.
KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY LINKS
- Kansas Pride Program
- Office of Local Government
- Huck Boyd National Institute for Rural Development
- Center for Engagement and Community Development
- Kansas Center for Sustainable Agriculture & Alternative Crops
- K-State Center for Rural Enterprise Engagement
- K-State Technology Development Institute
- KANSASWORKS (Job Openings in Kansas)
- Kansas Department of Commerce
- Kansas Small Business Development Center
- Kansas Census Data
- Washburn Small Business Development Center
- State of Kansas
- Kansas USDA Rural Development
- Community Toolbox (University of Kansas)
- Kansas Association of Counties
- Kansas Legislature
- Kansas Ag Statistics