Be aware of the larger political issues and contexts in which water quality outreach and education take place (such as legislative requirements). Identify and communicate potential areas for measurable change.
The learning experience: Builds effectiveness through linkages to other communities, partners, and resources.
The learning experience: Takes place close to the location where people practice a behavior of concern.
Study Themes: Outreach strategy/Design
Citation: Wolf, A. T. (1995). Rural nonpoint source pollution control in Wisconsin: The limits of a voluntary program? Water Resources Bulletin, 31(6), 1009-1022
Citation Type: Research