Learn about how to create strategic planning objectives for developing and executing new or expanding programming, cultivate meaningful community partnerships and implement community-engaged programming. This workshop will review how Shirley Heinze Land Trust was able to build organizational capacity and develop meaningful partnerships to create and implement new community-engaged programming in the urban and rural areas of its geography. Hear perspectives from staff at different levels of the organization as the executive director reviews planning and organizational visioning to develop new strategic programming, project manager discusses identifying partners and building trust in new communities as well as creating efficiencies to build capacity, and programs coordinator outlines how to develop and implement programs and gathering community feedback on program effectiveness. The workshop will include a live breakout discussion where participants will play out real life examples of challenging community engagement scenarios. The session will wrap with a question and answer session with staff as well as board and advisory council members involved in the organization’s urban and agricultural community outreach and programming.