Measuring the Effectiveness of State Wildlife Grant Projects: Phase I Report

This report is a good example of how a national agency used results chains to develop common theories of change, objectives and indicators in order to assess effectiveness at varying scales and to conduct program-level adaptive management.

It also provides questionnaires to collect data related to these generic indicators and recommends that all projects adopt these indicators.

The results chains in this plan received intensive peer review and were incorporated into the Conservation Actions and Measures Library (CAML).

Citation: AFWA 2010 Measuring the Effectiveness of State Wildlife Grant Projects: Phase I Report. Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies’ Teaming With Wildlife Committee.

 

Generic report layout for species recovery programs

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2 Responses to “Measuring the Effectiveness of State Wildlife Grant Projects: Phase I Report”

  1. Lisa Robichaud

    the link is broken to the report: Measuring the Effectiveness of State Wildlife Grant Projects: Phase I Report

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