Today more than ever, Extension is scrutinized and evaluated for its value and relevance to the public. This report summarizes a 2010 online survey conducted by members of the National Network for Sustainable Living Education (NNSLE) to assess the sustainability mindset of Extension employees. It assessed employee behaviors, motivations, and impediments—at work and at home—in five categories. Most notably, Extension employees are avid resource conservation practitioners who are strongly influenced by saving time and money. The findings provide a platform for sustainability education in Extension offices to promote transformative institutional and community change.
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Rashash, D., Elliot, C., & Madhosingh-Hector, R. (2015). Extension Professionals and Sustainability Practices: Are We Walking Our Talk?. The Journal of Extension, 53(2), Article 10. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol53/iss2/10