Participating as part of community and watershed groups is more likely to lead to learning new information and making management changes.
The learning experience: Builds on locally existing skills and resources.
The learning experience: Evolves from work with a coalition or group.
Citation: Ambrose, N. E., Fitch, L., & Bateman, N. G. (2006). Evaluating characteristics of community riparian awareness program interactions. Water Science and Technology, 53(10), 193-199.
Citation Type: Research