Ambrose, N. E., Fitch, L., & Bateman, N. G. (2006) Finding 3

When working on riparian issues, employ multiple interactions and a mix of many extension methods to offer opportunities for diverse information and ideas and methods of providing them, and to meet individualized learning needs. Methods may include presentations, field days, workshops, individual landowner visits, riparian health inventories and reports, written materials, technical advice, and web site information on riparian areas and grazing management. Continue reading →

Beiswenger, R., Sturges, E. L., & Jones, R. (1991) Finding 4

Provide teachers with substantial support, to better enable them to build water supply and management topics into their curricula, by:

  • Providing them with the following, to assure that they can successfully implement a curriculum: Supportive curriculum resources; Training to support thorough understanding of scope and content objectives

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