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Master Gardener Program

Evaluation Tools

WSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteers deliver educational programs adapted to needs in the community with outcomes that have an impact on the health and well-being of citizens and the environment in which they live. It is critical for us to evaluate our programs to show the impact we are making.

Measuring the Impact of the Master Gardener Training Program on Volunteers

Coordinators of county-based Master Gardener Programs will integrate new volunteers into their existing program and motivate them to use and to effectively teach good horticultural practices to others in their communities. Specifically, as a result of this Extension training, Master Gardener volunteers will

  • Increase their knowledge of the topics covered in the classes. (Knowledge)
  • Gain confidence in their ability to answer questions on the topics. (Attitude)
  • Plan to use, and then actually adopt recommended gardening practices in their own gardens (Intention and Behavior)

The attached evaluation tools will document impact on individual Master Gardeners during their involvement in the program.

Master Gardener Training Evaluation #1: For use after each class

Master Gardener Training Evaluation #2: For use after completing training

Master Gardener Training Evaluation #3: For use after completing volunteer internship

Measuring the Impact of Master Gardener Projects in Communities

Master Gardener Workshop Evaluation #1: For use after each workshop

Master Gardener Workshop Evaluation #2: For use after each workshop

How to calculate knowledge learned

Master Gardener Program, 2606 West Pioneer, Puyallup, WA 98371-4998, (253) 445-4516 , Contact Us
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