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Evaluating Outreach Programs: The Current 35 - North Central Region Water Network

Whether you’re leading outreach and leadership programs or technological programming and support, evaluation is key to understanding impact and cultivating improvement. This month’s The Current webinar reviewed successful mixed methods evaluation techniques that integrate participants and community stakeholders to better meet audience needs.
  • Amber Saylor Mase, University of Wisconsin-Extension: Evaluating Wisconsin’s Runoff Risk Advisory Forecast (RRAF)- Decision support for manure application in “America’s Dairyland”
  • Scott Chazdon, University of Minnesota Extension: Documenting the Impacts of Collaborative Efforts: Ripple Effects Mapping
This webinar is part of the The Current webinar series, a speed networking event designed for professionals engaged in water-related extension, research and conservation activities. Connect with the North Central Region Water Network without taking too much time out of your crowded calendar.

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