Association of natural resource extension professionals membership survey: Results and implications

Ben Jackson, Bill Hubbard, Mindy Habecker, Mike Kroenke, Mike Reichenbach, Viviane Simon-Brown, Sarah Traaholt

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Abstract

A survey of the Association of Natural Resource Extension Professional (ANREP) members indicated two primary reasons for joining: the need to belong to a professional Extension association focusing on natural resources and the opportunity to network with other professionals in this issue area. Three issues members wanted addressed were: training and professional development opportunities, identification of national natural resource issues and strategies to address them, and interstate collaboration. Most respondents were satisfied with what ANREP had done since they became members. Other Extension organizations could adopt this survey methodology as a means to involve their members in their strategic planning process.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalJournal of Extension
Volume42
Issue number6
StatePublished - Dec 1 2004

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