To assess customer satisfaction with community water conservation programs, consider evaluating: effectiveness in reducing water use; effectiveness of enforcement; fairness; overall satisfaction with the program; necessity of the water use restrictions; and necessity of the water use bans. Continue reading →
Adapt course design over time using multiple feedback methods. Continue reading →
Evaluate conservation professionals’ effectiveness in using models and demonstration tools and in their use of skills taught in the workshops Continue reading →
Test effectiveness of education program delivery through comparison of changes in nitrate, nutrients and bacteria in runoff. Continue reading →
Document information and outreach work to help improve ability to assess the relationship between outreach and outcomes and to exchange materials and knowledge with others. Evaluate progress toward clearly defined objectives. Continue reading →
Use activities and evaluation to help identify barriers and verify success Continue reading →
Provide the following when focusing on environmentally responsible behavior:
- Feedback on progress toward preferred environmental change.
Develop program design and content to adhere to guiding principles for boating, fishing, and aquatic stewardship education. The program:
- Relies on a variety of systematic and continuous approaches to the assessment of participants and evaluation of programs so as to improve and eventually validate those programs.
When considering ecosystem outcomes from a collaborative watershed management process, develop evaluation criteria that can account for the influence of scale and better reflect the potential contributions of the watershed team to their broad, longterm vision for the watershed. Continue reading →
Establish an evaluation system for collaborative watershed management that takes into consideration not only the quality and quantity of water resources, but also the quality and quantity of interorganizational alliances, capacity and knowledge of each partner organization. Continue reading →