The Forage Center trains people and organizations to negotiate effective solutions for community cooperation during complex emergencies and crises. The Forage Center serves a range of professional groups including first responders (e.g., EMT, national guard, fire and rescue), security personnel (e.g., law enforcement and military), humanitarian workers, those working both domestically and overseas, and non-governmental organizations and individuals often working in arenas where natural and human-made disasters are occurring
We train people and organizations to negotiate effective solutions for community cooperation during complex emergencies and crises.
(The Forage Model)
The Forage Center, through its work and staff, adheres to the following core values:
Recognizing experiential learning as essential to skill and awareness development for practitioners
Meeting the needs of local, national, and global communities, blending theory, research, and practice to provide tested, relevant, and evidence-based training and education
Providing experiences for individuals that are based in real world and contemporary situations and applications
Engaging in reflection as part of the learning process as a means of ensuring that professionals are involved in a continuous process of skills enhancement
To view the Forage Center Board of Directors and staff, click here.