The Woodland Advisor program moved from a cohort to an open model in 2003. This created partnerships, expanded delivery, and increased external revenues. Classes now have flexible content and schedules, participant feedback focuses new electives, and marketing and volunteer support increased. As the program matured many networks and links have formed, as illustrated in this concept map.
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Gupta, Angela; Reichenbach, Michael.
Making connections and producing results in the woodland advisor program.
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