Project Tracking Measures
These measures document a specific activity but are not environmental indicators. While these types of measures are useful for determining participation levels, these measures do not assess performance or environmental outcomes.
- Workshops, meetings, field days conducted (should be documented and include the participant list, license credit (if any), topics, any handouts, agenda, location and speaker list)
- Workshop evaluation results by participants and number of participants
- Documentation that growers are involved in the planning process for the project (letters of support)
- Number of growers showing interest in project
- Number and types of key stakeholders involved in project including federal, state and local regulatory partners, commodity groups, processors, consultants, agricultural chemical and implement dealers, and environmental/activist partners.
- Number of Pest Management Strategic Plans (PMSP) that advocate IPM completed in comparison to number of crops used in system.