The Woodland Advisor program moved from a cohort participation model to an open model in 2003. This change created new partnerships, expanded delivery capacity, and increased external revenues. Classes now offered have flexible class content and schedules, new electives are created from participant feedback, and program marketing and volunteer support have been increased. Additionally, more business tools are used to help focus activities and identify areas of potential growth.
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Gupta, Angela; Reichenbach, Michael; Sagor, Eli.
Using external revenue and partnerships to sustain an Extension forestry program.
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