Tips for Writing Great Reports
- Impacts Reports are data driven
- Write professionally, avoid jargon or acronyms
- List clear and concise situation statement/objectives in the situation section.
- Be sure to give the context; what happened, who/numbers attending and incorporate into the Extension response section
- Use an evaluation tool that yields outcomes data (level 2 or higher) and to incorporate into the Impact section and anecdotal feedback for the Feedback section
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You can find the latest Impact Reports listed below.
- Dealing with the Mouse River Flooding and Impacts on Downstream Hay Meadows
- Raquel Dugan-Dibble, McHenry County Extension Agent
- Preventing and Managing Weed Resistance The Situation
- Dr. Brian Jenks, Weed Scientist
- Stutsman County Extension 21st Century Learning Garden
- Lindsey Novak, Stutsman County Agriculture Extension Agent
- Community Garden Establishment, American Legion Learning Center
- Jason Dennis Goltz, MBA, Extension Agent, Richland County and Todd Weinmann, M.S., Extension Horticulture Agent, Cass County
- Agricultural Lenders Outlook Conference
- Frayne Olson, Crop Economist/Marketing Specialist