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					                               Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                       Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Administrative Reporting


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Administrative Management
                           Fiscal Management
                           Office Organization and Operations
                           Personnel Management
                           Program Management
                           Public Relations


      Output Indicators: Number of volunteer hours
                           Number of volunteers


   Outcome Indicators:




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Agricultural, Natural Resources, and Biological Engineering


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Bio-fuels
                           Drainage and Irrigation Systems and Facilities
                           Engineering Systems and Equipment
                           Instrumentation and Control Systems
                           Site Specific Farming
                           Structures, Facilities, and General Purpose Farm Supplies
                           Waste Disposal, Recycling, and Reuse


      Output Indicators: Number of educational workshops and seminars on nutrient
                         management and air quality.
                           Number of patents applied for and licensing arrangements
                           entered into with off-road farm and industrial equipment
                           manufacturers.
                           Number of research-based educational programs on bio-fuel
                           production, distribution, and policy.
                           Number of websites and publications developed.




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of bushels of Indiana produced corn and soybeans
                       used in bio-fuels.
                           Number of energy producers, farmers, and consumers who
                           increase their knowledge of the technical and economic
                           implications of increased use of Indiana produced corn and
                           soybeans in bio-fuels.
                           Number of environmental pollution incidents caused by
                           inappropriate application of animal wastes to soils or emission
                           of animal odors from production facilities.
                           Number of farmers who enhance soil fertility and reduce soil
                           pollution through less reliance on commercial fertilizer and
                           increased reliance on properly applied animal waste.
                           Number of farmers who increase their knowledge of livestock
                           building designs that are energy efficient as well as more animal
                           welfare friendly.
                           Number of farmers who increase total livestock production and
                           profitability through the adoption of building designs that are
                           energy efficient as well as more animal welfare friendly.
                           Number of farmers who optimize livestock welfare through the
                           design of efficient and animal sensitive farm structures
                           Number of livestock facilities designed that minimize odor
                           emissions and potential air pollution.
                           Number of producers who increase awareness and knowledge
                           concerning science-based methods to manage animal wastes
                           so as to minimize potential soil and air pollution.
                           Number of technologies developed and disseminated that will
                           increase the efficiency of bio-fuel production.
                           Number of turfgrass specialists with increased knowledge of
                           nutrient and soil management




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                         Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Animals and Their Systems


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Animal Management Systems
                           Animal Welfare/Well-Being and Protection
                           Aquaculture
                           Feed and Forage Utilization
                           Improved Animal Products (Before Harvest)
                           Nutrient Utilization in Animals
                           Reproductive Performance of Animals


      Output Indicators: Number of consultations.
                           Number of educational workshops and seminars offered to
                           poultry and livestock producers.
                           Number of Extension publications distributed
                           Number of Extension publications written, new or revised; web
                           sites developed
                           Number of k-12 classroom visits
                           Number of research projects.




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of adults who are Quality Assurance certified
                           Number of livestock producers adopting practices to enhance
                           sustainability of their operations.
                           Number of livestock producers expanding their operations.
                           Number of livestock producers that increased their knowledge
                           about alternative feedstuffs
                           Number of livestock tested for reproductive soundness
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers adopting
                           management practices that maximize environmental
                           stewardship.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers and professionals
                           developing comprehensive nutrient management plans.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers and professionals
                           who adopt up-to-date information and technologies.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers and professionals
                           who increase their knowledge of up-to-date information and
                           technologies, management practices, and value-added
                           opportunities.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers and professionals
                           who increased their knowledge of environmental stewardship
                           practices and environmental regulations.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers utilizing animal
                           welfare assessments to enhance their management systems.
                           Number of poultry and livestock producers who enhance soil
                           fertility and reduce soil pollution through properly applied animal
                           waste.
                           Number of producers who gained knowledge of forage
                           management and use of rations
                           Number of youth who are Qualtiy Assurance certified
                           Number of youth who gained knowledge about the livestock
                           industry, animal feeding, and/or production




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                         Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Diversity Education


             Programs: -- Other --
                           All A- Board What do I need to know about Civil Rights and
                           Diversity?
                           Civil Rights/Diversity
                           Meet on Common Ground


      Output Indicators: Number of collaborations with local agencies to address needs
                         of underserved populations.
                           Number of participants in staff development sessions on
                           diversity.
                           Number of programs provide in Spanish or other languages.
                           Number of staff development sessions on diversity provided to
                           Extension Staff.
                           Number of underserved participants in Extension programs.


   Outcome Indicators: Number of participants who improve skills to respectfully
                       interact with a variety of people.
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of cultural
                           differences.
                           Number of participants who increase skills for dealing with
                           differences among people.




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Economic/Community Development


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Beginners Guide to Grant Writing
                           Community Based Learning Centers
                           Community Planning and Visioning
                           Entrepreneurship
                           Leadership and Civic Engagement
                           Public Issues Education
                           Workforce Development


      Output Indicators: Number of IP Video Programs.
                           Number of collaborations with other agencies.
                           Number of communities participating in programs
                           Number of one-on-one consultations.
                           Number of participants in programs
                           Number of publications written or revised
                           Number of research projects.
                           Number of volunteer hours
                           Number of web sites developed.
                           Number of workshops conducted.




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   Outcome Indicators: Attributed annual dollar value of jobs created and/or retained
                           Attributed dollar value of programs and activites initiated
                           Dollar value of grants obtained as a result of participation in
                           grant writing program
                           Dollar value of plans developed and adopted
                           Dollars saved as a result of efficiencies (i.e. energy cost
                           savings)
                           Number of communities creating more sustainable and
                           competitive local economic development systems.
                           Number of communities engaged in issue identification and
                           action planning.
                           Number of communities increasing knowledge related to
                           creating sustainable and competitive local economic
                           development systems.
                           Number of communities that increase knowledge of how to
                           identify and address critical issues for citizens.
                           Number of communities who improve their capacity to identify
                           and address critical issues that impact the lives of its citizens.
                           Number of goals established in plans
                           Number of jobs created and/or retained
                           Number of participants becoming more active in community
                           problem-solving efforts.
                           Number of participants reporting new leadership roles and
                           opportunities undertaken
                           Number of participants who are building their community
                           leadership skills and becoming more active in community
                           problem-solving.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of grant
                           writing practices and procedures
                           Number of planned goals implemented, attained and/or legally
                           adopted
                           Number of plans developed and adopted
                           Number of programs and activities initiated/completed as a
                           result of Extension programming




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Economics, Markets, and Policy


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Agri-business
                           Alternative Enterprises
                           Business Management, Finance, Taxation, and Estate
                           Consumer Economics
                           Domestic Policy Analysis
                           Economics of Agricultural Production and Farm Management
                           Foreign Policy and Programs
                           Health Economics
                           International Trade and Development Economics
                           Marketing and Distribution Practices
                           Natural Resource and Environmental Economics
                           Spatial Economics


      Output Indicators: Number and quality of peer reviewed research publications in
                         professional journals on economics,management, markets,new
                         and small business development, and policy.
                           Number of estate planning programs offered to farm and family
                           business owners
                           Number of programs offered to entrepreneurs and small
                           business owners as part of the Agricultural Innovation and
                           Commercialization Center/New Ventures
                           Number of programs offered to food and agri-business leaders
                           by the Center for Food and Agricultural Business.
                           Number of programs offered to tax professionals, attorneys,
                           lenders, and other professionals advising farmers and small
                           business owners
                           Number of programs on the econmics of biofuels
                           Number of programs with Indiana farmers on farm management
                           and commodity marketing such as the annual Top Crop Farmer
                           Workshop, Farm Management Tour, and the Outlook
                           Campaign.
                           Number of programs with state and federal government officials
                           on trade and farm policy development and impact assessment.
                           Number of risk management education programs

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   Outcome Indicators: Number of entrepreneurs and small businesses that improve
                       efficiency and increase profitability
                           Number of farm and commodity organization members who
                           increase their knowledge of the potential economic impacts of
                           alternative farm commodity program provisions such as
                           implications for exports, domestic utilization and price, farm
                           income, and government farm program expenditures.
                           Number of farmers generating additional farm income from
                           additional market opportunities for grain, livestock, and specialty
                           crops.
                           Number of food and agribusiness firms, private investors,
                           commodity organization leaders, and government officials who
                           increase their knowledge of the economic potential to increase
                           the number and size of new and current value added
                           agricultural industries such as grain and livestock processing
                           Number of food and agribusiness managers who increase their
                           knowledge of marketing and sales strategies, general business
                           management, and making decisions under highly uncertain
                           situations.
                           Number of Indiana farmers who increase the use of commodity
                           markets and marketing contracts to reduce price risk and
                           increase profitability.
                           Number of Indiana farms that increase productivity and
                           profitability.
                           Number of new value-added agricultural associated small
                           businesses in Indiana.
                           Number of participants who increase their knowledge of
                           commodity markets and marketing contracts.
                           Number of participants who increase their knowledge of tax and
                           legal issues affecting farmers and small businesses
                           Number of potential entrepreneurs who avoid making bad
                           investment decisions following analysis they did with assistance
                           from AICC/New Ventures programs and resources.
                           Number of research-based analyses of trade liberalization and
                           market-oriented policies to guide government policy makers as
                           they draft appropriate legislation to increase the
                           competitiveness of US agriculture in a global market.
                           Number of research-based studies, publications, and reports for
                           policy organization members and legislators on the
                           consequences of their international trade and farm commodity
                           program choices in Farm Bill and related federal legislation.




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                            Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Family Well-Being


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Achieving High Quality Child Care
                           ACT Against Violence/Parents Raising Safe Kids
                           Adult Children/Aging Parents
                           Captain Cash Says --Reading Makes Cents
                           Coalition Building
                           Communication
                           Discipline and Guidance of Young Children
                           Focus on Financial Management
                           High School Financial Planning Program
                           Identity Theft
                           Lifestyle Choices
                           Making Your Money Work
                           Mentor Mother
                           Parenting Education
                           Real Colors
                           School Readiness
                           Small Steps for Health & Wealth
                           Strengthening Communities to Benefit Families
                           Stress Management
                           Where Does Your Money Go?
                           Who Gets Grandma’s Yellow Pie Plate?




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      Output Indicators: Number of new partnerships, coalitions, advisory boards
                         created
                           Number of programs offered to parents, childcare providers,
                           youth, adults, low-wealth households and consumers.
                           Number of publications written or revised.
                           Number of research projects.
                           Number of staff development opportunities for Extension
                           Educators.
                           Number of volunteer hours
                           Number of web sites developed.




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of adults who have experienced changed attitudes or
                       behaviors in valuing and appreciating difference in others
                           Number of adults who have increased their understanding of
                           human relationships, communications and leadership styles
                           Number of adults who have increased their understanding of
                           themselves and others
                           Number of child care professionals who are working toward,
                           who have obtained, or who have renewed the Child
                           Development Associate Credential.
                           Number of individuals who increased their knowledge about
                           establishing and maintaining healthy indoor air quality
                           Number of participants reporting decreased debt.
                           Number of participants reporting improved parent-child
                           communication.
                           Number of participants reporting significant improvement in
                           satisfaction and quality of parent-child relationships.
                           Number of participants who adopted one or more practices to
                           reduce debt.
                           Number of participants who develop a plan for achieving
                           financial security.
                           Number of participants who developed knowledge of safety and
                           security procedures in an emergency
                           Number of participants who have established financial goals to
                           guide financial decisions.
                           Number of participants who increased the amount of money
                           they save regularly.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of basic
                           parenting skills.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of basic
                           personal financial management.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of
                           childcare and how to manage care giving roles and
                           responsibilities.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of debt
                           management.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of
                           decision making skills necessary to make quality of life
                           decisions for caregivers and receivers.
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of the
                           benefits of saving on a regular basis.
                           Number of participants who report increased financial security.
                           Number of participants who report knowing the steps to take if
                           they are a victim of identity theft
                           Number of participants who report they will take one or more
                           recommended actions to avoid identity theft


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   Outcome Indicators: Number of participants who save regularly as a result of
                       educational programming.
                           Participants increased savings by $__________. Fill in the
                           number
                           Participants reduced debt by $________. Fill in the number.




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Food and Non-Food Products: Development, Processing, Quality, and Delivery


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Computer Integrand Food Manufacturing Center
                           Home and commercial foodservice
                           Laboratory of Renewable Resources Engineering
                           New and improved food processing technologies
                           New and improved food products
                           New and improved non-food products and processes
                           Post-Harvest Processing Grain team
                           Quality maintenance in storing and marketing food products
                           Whistler Center for Carbohydrate Research
                           Wood Research Laboratory


      Output Indicators: Number of Extension publications written or revised
                           Number of programs offered to farmers or production
                           agriculture specialists.
                           Number of programs offered to the food industry.
                           Number of programs offered to the non-food industry.
                           Number of research projects on air quality.
                           Number of research projects on bioprocessing.
                           Number of research projects on enology and viticulture.
                           Number of research projects on grain storage and processing.
                           Number of research projects related to aquaculture products.
                           Number of research projects related to dairy products.
                           Number of research projects related to food processing
                           Number of research projects related to food quality
                           Number of workshops offered to the general public




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of animal production facilities adopting better air quality
                       practices.
                           Number of food and non-food automation technologies used.
                           Number of new bioprocessing techniques used to increase
                           efficiency.
                           Number of new products produced by new bioprocessing,
                           bioenergy, biotechnology.
                           Number of persons and companies adopting better grain
                           processing practices.
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge in air quality control
                           systems.
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge in bioprocessing.
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge in enology and viticulture
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge in food processing and
                           food processing automation.
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge in grain processing.
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge of food packaging
                           applications
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge of government programs
                           Number of persons gaining knowledge of marketing trends
                           Number of persons or companies adopting new food
                           automation technologies.
                           Number of production facilities with improved air quality.
                           Number of products produced using new bioprocessing
                           technologies.




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                                 Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                          Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Human Nutrition, Food Safety, and Human Health and Well-Being


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Agriculture and Rural Safety and Health Program
                           Being Active
                           Botanicals and Health
                           Caring for an Older Relative in My Home
                           Center for Food Safety Engineering
                           Center for Urban and Industrial Pest Management
                           Child Care Culinary Workshops (Team Nutrition)
                           Coalition Building
                           CTSI/CEHP (Community Health Engagement Program)
                           Dietary Calcium and Human Health
                           Dietary Guidelines
                           Dining with Diabetes
                           Eat Your Way to Better Health
                           EFNEP
                           Exploring MyPyramid with Professor Popcorn
                           Extension Disaster Education Network (EDEN)
                           FNP
                           Food Safety
                           Food Safety Day
                           Functional Foods
                           Have a Healthy Baby
                           Healthy Hoosiers
                           Herbal Remedies/Alternative Medicine Practices
                           Living Well for Life
                           Obesity and Overweight
                           Raising Healthy Eaters
                           Retail Food Certification Program
                           ServSafe


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      Output Indicators: Number of community health coalition events
                           Number of food safety programs offered to consumers
                           Number of nutrition programs offered to foodservice staff
                           Number of nutrition related programs offered to consumers.
                           Number of nutrition related research publications written or
                           revised.
                           Number of programs offered to the food industry.
                           Number of research programs on food safety, human
                           nutrition,and health.
                           Number of research publications related to control of foodborne
                           hazards.
                           Number of research publications related to detection of
                           foodborne pathogens
                           Number of research publications related to food defense and
                           protection.




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of incidents of food borne illness associated with
                       unsafe food handling practices.
                           Number of parents who have increased their understanding of
                           how to raise healthy eaters
                           Number of participants consuming appropriate USDA serving
                           sizes.
                           Number of participants demonstrating ability to choose or
                           prepare foods with reduced fat and/or calories.
                           Number of participants passing food handler certificate.
                           Number of participants that report reduced medical costs
                           because of changes in food choices and activity levels.
                           Number of participants with decreased chronic disease
                           complications (including diabetes, heart disease, obesity.
                           Number of participants with decreased risk factors for chronic
                           disease (including diabetes, heart disease, obesity.
                           Number of persons who adopt one or more practices to improve
                           food choices and activity levels.
                           Number of persons who increase knowledge of the relationship
                           between nutrition and health.
                           Number of persons who increased knowledge of USDA serving
                           sizes.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of avoiding
                           cross-contamination.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of cooking
                           foods adequately.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of keeping
                           food at a safe temperature.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of physical
                           activity recommendations.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of proper
                           hand washing.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of selection
                           and preparation of foods with reduced fat and/or calories.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of storing
                           foods properly.
                           Number of persons who increased their knowledge of the
                           connection between food choices and risk of chronic disease.




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                               Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                       Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Marketing PU Extension


             Programs: -- Other --


      Output Indicators: Number of brochures distributed in 92 Indiana counties.
                           Number of people accessing the main Purdue Extension web
                           page.
                           Number of people accessing the Purdue Extension Means
                           Business Web site.
                           Number of staff development sessions provided to staff on
                           marketing.


   Outcome Indicators: Number of collaborations with community groups to provide
                       educational programs.
                           Number of people accessing Purdue Extension.
                           Number of people who report increased awareness of PU
                           Extension.




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Natural Resources and Environment


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Air and Odor Quality
                           Animal Waste Management
                           Aquatic and Terrestrial Wildlife
                           Management of Forest Resources
                           Natural Resources Conservation and Utilization
                           Pesticide Applicator Training
                           Urban Pest Management
                           Uses of Land
                           Water Quality
                           Watershed Protection and Management
                           Weather and Climate


      Output Indicators: Number of Extension publications written, new or revised
                           Number of demonstrations and field days
                           Number of Extension publications distributed
                           Number of k-12 classroom visits
                           Number of newsletter or magazine articles written
                           Number of one-on-one consultations
                           Number of Plan Commission meetings
                           Number of programs offered to producers, land owners, and
                           land managers
                           Number of publications, media interactions, and presentations
                           related to Indiana and regional weather and climate
                           Number of research projects
                           Number of volunteers trained




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of certified arborists maintaining their certification
                           Number of landowners with knowledge of proper tree planting
                           and management techniques
                           Number of natural resource professionals and wildland owners
                           who have worked with landowners to develop and implement
                           management plans
                           Number of observers participating in weather and climate
                           monitoring efforts
                           Number of owners of wildlands who will have assessed the
                           health of their lands and developed and implemented
                           management plans
                           Number of participants who adopt best management practices
                           for optimal manure nutrient utilization with on and off-site
                           agricultural lands
                           Number of participants who improve decision making for use of
                           water resources
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of best
                           management practices for optimal manure nutrient utilization
                           with on and off-site agricultural lands
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of on-site
                           wastewater treatment siting and maintenance needs
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of practices to
                           protect water resources
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of proper
                           application of fertilizer, manure and waste products to soil and
                           potential for environmental consequences of misapplication
                           Number of participants who increase knowledge of the value of
                           ponds in landscapes and methods for installing and managing
                           ponds
                           Number of participants who increase value of landscapes
                           through better installation and management of ponds
                           Number of participants who increased adoption of proper
                           application of fertilizer, manure and waste products to soil
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of
                           Indiana's diverse wildlife
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of
                           natural resource management
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of proper
                           application of pesticides
                           Number of participants who increased their knowledge of topsoil
                           importance
                           Number of participants who make more informed decisions for
                           on-site wastewater treatment siting and maintenance
                           Number of professional natural resource advisors who have the
                           skills necessary to assess the health of the wildlands
                           Number of tree care providers in Indiana who become certified
                           arborists
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   Outcome Indicators: Number of water quality violations related to animal production
                       and land application in the state of Indiana
                           Number of wildlands owners who have a relationship with
                           knowledgeable professional natural resource advisors and have
                           developed and implemented a management plan
                           Number of woodlot owners who improved their management
                           skills




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                        Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Plants and Their Systems


             Programs: -- Other --
                           Biological Control of Pests Affecting Plants
                           Commercial Horticulture
                           Consumer Horticulture
                           Crop Management Systems
                           Integrated Pest Management Systems
                           Master Gardeners
                           Post-harvest Processing/Grain Quality
                           Turf Management


      Output Indicators: Number of consultations
                           Number of Extension publications written, new or revised; web
                           sites developed
                           Number of k-12 classroom visits
                           Number of newsletter or magazine articles written
                           Number of newsletters or publications distributed
                           Number of programs offered to producers, horticultural
                           enterprises, Master Gardeners, etc.
                           Number of research projects.
                           Number of research publications .
                           Number of volunteers trained to assist with information and
                           programs.




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   Outcome Indicators: Number of acres of field crops (corn, soybeans, forage, small
                       grains) in which pests are managed using an integrated pest
                       management system.
                           Number of crop producers who increase knowledge of best
                           management practices in crop, nutrients, and related soil/water
                           decisions.
                           Number of crop producers who increase knowledge of
                           integrated pest management practices.
                           Number of high quality turf acres maintained with reduced
                           pesticides, nutrient and water inputs.
                           Number of horticultural enterprises who adopt new and
                           appropriate technologies and effective cropping practices to
                           produce high quality products while protecting, preserving and
                           sustaining their land and the regional environment.
                           Number of horticultural enterprises who increase knowledge of
                           new and appropriate technologies and effective cropping
                           practices to produce high quality products while protecting,
                           preserving and sustaining their land and the regional
                           environment.
                           Number of Indiana citizens who increase knowledge of proper
                           landscape and garden management.
                           Number of producers who adopt best management practices in
                           crop, nutrient, and related soil/water decisions.
                           Number of professional turf managers who increase knowledge
                           of pesticides, nutrients, and water inputs for maintaining high
                           quality turf.
                           Number of professional turf managers who reduce pesticide,
                           nutrient, and water inputs while maintaining high quality turf.
                           Number of volunteers who increase knowledge of consumer
                           horticulture to serve as first detectors for symptoms of invasive
                           species.




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                                Programs and Indicators for the PoW
                                         Oct 1, 2009 - Sept 30, 2010


Youth Development


             Programs: -- Other --
                           4-H Camp
                           4-H Scholarship Workshops
                           Animal Ethics
                           ATV Safety
                           Biofuels Blast
                           Career Development Events (CDE)
                           Chicken Embryology
                           Community Service Activity
                           Drive Rite
                           Horse Bowl/Hippology Workshops and Events
                           Junior Master Gardener (JMG)
                           Mission to Mars
                           National Animal ID/ Retinal Imaging
                           Operation: Military Kids (OMK)
                           Pork Quality Assurance (PQA)
                           Project GROW
                           Project LEAD
                           Public Speaking/Demonstrations
                           Rabbit Ambassador
                           Real Colors
                           Share the Fun
                           Shooting Sports Education
                           Teen Leadership
                           Volunteer Development and Management




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      Output Indicators: Number involved in youth focused community collaborations.
                           Number of camp counselors trained
                           Number of evaluations conducted of 4-H Youth Development
                           programs, events, activities.
                           Number of new/revised curriculum topics.
                           Number of quality, educational workshops for youth audiences.
                           Number of volunteer development opportunities.
                           Number of volunteers participating in volunteer development
                           opportunities
                           Number of youth participating in Career Development Events
                           Number of youth participating in educational workshops


   Outcome Indicators: Number of 4-H youth who indicate they possess the skills to
                       practice good character, to plan and organize community
                       service activities, and have the skills to be actively engage in
                       local, state, and national issues.
                           Number of plans developed for volunteer development focused
                           on educating volunteers to increase their understanding of life
                           skill development, experiential learning, risk management, and
                           group management.
                           Number of volunteers and Extension staff who report improved
                           knowledge and skills in supporting, delivering, and/or managing
                           quality positive youth development experiences and program
                           planning for youth.
                           Number of youth at the culmination of their 4-H career who
                           report the life skills developed through the program, know how
                           to set goals, work cooperatively in a team, communicat
                           effectively, make decisions based on data and the opinions of
                           others, honor individual differences, and handle conflict.
                           Number of youth involved in community service activities.
                           Number of youth who increased knowledge of good character
                           traits, goal setting, team work, communication techniques,
                           decision making, and handling conflict.
                           Number of youth who increased their awareness and
                           knowledge about the importance of physcial activity for general
                           health




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