This article explores the possibility of using a multi-site evaluation method to evaluate 4-H youth leadership retreats in 5 different geographical locations. Using multi-site methodology enabled the researcher to gather a larger, more representative sample than would be possible by evaluating only one retreat. The strategy for planning and implementing the multi-site evaluation as well as the results of the evaluation are presented.

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