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  • Number of adults demonstrating increased knowledge of natural resources and environmental issues
  • Number of participants increasing their knowledge about best management practices (including storm water systems, septic system maintenance, erosion control, rain gardens, forestry, etc.)
  • Number of participants willing to participate in conservation actions (such as rain gardens, wildlife management, conservation easements, land trusts, generational planning, etc.)
  • Number of child and youth educators aspiring to implement quality outdoor learning environments for children
  • Number of participants implementing extension-recommended practices to conserve water use and protect water quality
  • Number of stream protection practices e.g. buffers, fencing, etc. implemented
  • Number of participants that adopted recommended agroecosystem adaption strategies for production agriculture or natural resource management, including for invasive species, pest management, pollutant loads, and wetlands
  • Number of acres under recommended agroecosystem adaption strategies for production agriculture or natural resource management, including for invasive species, pest management, pollutant loads, and wetlands
  • Number of participants that adopted recommended agroecosystem mitigation practices such as water-use efficiency, livestock production feeding practices, carbon sequestration, reducing carbon or energy footprint
  • Number of acres under recommended agroecosystem mitigation practices such as water-use efficiency, livestock production feeding practices, carbon sequestration, reducing carbon or energy footprint
  • Number of farmers and landowners enrolling in available programs that result in the protection of working lands
  • Number of acres enrolled in conservation easements, farmland protection programs, voluntary agricultural districts, present use valuation, etc.