Content tagged "evaluation"

Getting Extension on the Map: Common Indicators, Common Reporting

Personal Finance Updated: December 13, 2017

The recently released briefing paper, "Cooperative Extension's Capacity to Demonstrate Impact in Financial Capability and Well-Being: A Briefing Paper," is a...

Ripple Effects Mapping

Enhancing Rural Community Capacity Updated: September 23, 2016

Webinar RecordingWebinar Powerpoint Presentation.Hansen and Higgins.pdfAbout the presenters:  Debra Hansen, Extension Associate Professor, Washington State...

Ripple Effects Mapping: An Effective Tool for Identifying Community Development Program Impacts

Enhancing Rural Community Capacity Updated: July 23, 2015

For Extension and research professionals working in community development, advancing the field and conveying its public value is hindered when it is...

Preliminary Technical Evaluation of Three Reports by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 10 on Nitrate in Water Wells, Yakima River Basin, Yakima County, Washington

Animal Manure Management Updated: June 22, 2015

The Yakima Valley is a large agricultural area where there are multiple potential sources of nitrate in groundwater.  Potential sources are intermingled,...

Tools of Community Development

Enhancing Rural Community Capacity Updated: April 17, 2014

Following are tools commonly used in the field of Community Development. Selecting the right tool for the job is important.

Michael Lambur, Virginia Cooperative Extension, Virginia Tech

Program Evaluation Updated: November 20, 2013

I currently provide leadership for program development (situation analysis, program design, evaluation) as an Associate Director for Virginia Cooperative...

Making Sense of Smells – Communicating Odors to Diverse Audiences

Animal Manure Management Updated: November 06, 2013

Waste to Worth home | More proceedings....Example of odor visualization system using colors and shapes to replace chemical jargon.Smell is perhaps the least...

Burned Oaks: Which Ones Will Survive

Wildfire Updated: March 30, 2012

After a fire, many landowners will mistakenly think that their oak trees are dead. A publication by the University of California tells how to determine which...

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