Using standardized evaluation metrics to demonstrate collective statewide impacts of diverse water conservation programming

@inproceedings{Chaudhary2017UsingSE,
  title={Using standardized evaluation metrics to demonstrate collective statewide impacts of diverse water conservation programming},
  author={Anil Kumar Chaudhary and Laura A. Warner and Tatiana Borisova and Michael D. Dukes and Sebastian Galindo-Gonzalez and Amy Marie Harder and Wendy L. Wilber},
  year={2017}
}
Although the diversity of Florida Cooperative Extension landscape water conservation programs creates evaluation challenges, it is possible to measure their impacts as a whole. We conducted pilot testing of a statewide evaluation strategy and identified behavior changes resulting in an average monthly water savings of 3,257 gal and utility bill savings of $10.78 per participant. Here we explain the approach we used, providing details about underlying research on water conservation practices and… CONTINUE READING

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