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Water Conservation: Household behavior and homeowner education strategies

This webinar will focus on the use of social marketing strategies and conservation water pricing to influence homeowners' water use and landscape management choices. The session will conclude with the question-and-answer session. Your questions and the feedback is important!

To register and to learn about CEU, go to
http://www.treeo.ufl.edu/course.aspx?c=5946&p=174

Presenters:
Ellen Bauske, Ph.D., Program Coordinator, Georgia Center for Urban Agriculture, University of Georgia

Paul Pugliese, Extension Agent, Cherokee County, Georgia

Tatiana Borisova,Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Food and Resource Economics, University of Florida

Paul Monaghan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Agricultural Education and Communication, University of Florida

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