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How can we keep it going? Key ingredients for evidence-based program sustainability

Program sustainability is a key factor for many youth and family program staff who want to build successful long-term programs in their communities. This publication outlines the four keys for unlocki ...
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Making an Informed Decision: A Guide to Extension Project Prioritization

Responding to difficult and complex issues is a big part of what Extension does, but making decisions for how to address these issues presents its own problems. This publication is provides a framewor ...
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Organizational Dimensions of Farmers Markets in Washington

Farmers markets bloom throughout Washington State bringing economic benefits and farm-to-table services. Get the data break-down here. ...
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Practical Biosecurity Recommendations for Farm Tour Hosts

This publication was written for livestock producers who would like to open their farms to the public for tours or educational workshops, yet reduce disease risks potentially associated with such visi ...
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The Collection and Description of Washington State Export Data

The data documenting the value of exported goods originating from Washington State are subject to particular collection issues that are important for analysts, policy-makers, business owners, and int ...
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Values for Circle Keepers

Circles remain a healthy, communal, and restorative practice in our modern world—explore the core values that inform meaningful interaction here.
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Using NEAR Sciences to Address Community Health: A Primer

Kitsap Strong is a network that utilizes the NEAR sciences and trauma-informed care: learn what they are doing and how it might apply to your community.
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Online Local Food Markets Choosing the Right Software

Using a three-step process outlined in this publication, anyone can assess and select a software package to benefit their online marketplace.
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Starting a Community Gleaning Program

Communities across the U.S. utilize gleaning as a way to address food insecurity and food waste: learn how your community can start a gleaning program.
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