Self-Evaluation of a Statewide Conservation Planning Program: Perceptions of an Extension Partner
Statewide organizations should use expert information gathered from their personnel to evaluate methods for reaching goals and objectives. As Extension personnel continue to partner on natural resource programs with other state and federal entities, they can improve information dissemination by learning about the conservation planning process. The study reported here was a statewide program evaluation of Natural Resource Conservation Service personnel and their opinions regarding conservation planning, incentive programs, and farmers' reasons for not adopting conservation programs. We recommend that Extension agencies study the perceptions and activities of partner entities that rely on them for information, materials, and programs.
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Murdock, J., Brzeszek, R. F., & Schauwecker, T. J. (2010). Self-Evaluation of a Statewide Conservation Planning Program: Perceptions of an Extension Partner. The Journal of Extension, 48(6), Article 3. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol48/iss6/3