State Extension programs can contribute to the successful adoption of national environmental education programs by making locally relevant resources available, creating reference materials to bridge between 4-H project books and other resources, and developing companion materials that supplement national materials with local issues and resources. Such activities provide opportunities to integrate research and teaching with Extension programs and build productive relationships with agencies and organizations. Seven strategies with examples from one state are explained.
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Monroe, M. C. (2012). Enhancing Both Cooperative Extension and National Environmental Education Resources. The Journal of Extension, 50(6), Article 15. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol50/iss6/15