Authors as Published

Crystal Kyle, Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Agricultural Leadership, Community and Education, Virginia Tech; Kim Niewolny, Associate Professor and Extension Specialist, Department of Agricultural Leadership, Community, and Education, Virginia Tech; Don Ohanehi, Research Scientist, Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, Virginia Tech; Kirk Ballin, Program Coordinator, AgrAbility Virginia, Easter Seals UCP; James Sheppard, Service Coordinator, AgrAbility Virginia, Easter Seals UCP; Steve Bridge, Service Coordinator, AgrAbility Virginia, Easter Seals UCP; and Tristan Robertson, Community Director, AgrAbility Virginia, Easter Seals UCP

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In 2016, the AgrAbility Virginia Program set out to understand how well we were meeting the needs of our clients. To do this, we conducted a mixed-methods program evaluation. In 2017, our data results were recorded, analyzed and reported. Please see AgrAbility Virginia 2016 Evaluation Report for more specifics on the evaluation process and results. This brief details what we learned from designing and implementing our statewide program evaluation.

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Publication Date

December 11, 2017