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Thanks so much to everyone for the time and effort devoted to reviewing and improving upon our division-wide condition changes that were first drafted Aug. 2017. Following further discussion that leaders had with the Program Teams, peers, Statewide Programs and Strategic Initiatives, we received tremendous feedback and suggestions to improve. The timeline was short, the timing was poor, and as something new for the division, the work was a challenge! Wendy Powers, Mark Bell, and Katherine Webb-Martinez reviewed the recommendations submitted. Overall, the recommended changes were not drastically different from the original list (that’s a good thing!) but improvements were made. The final list turned out to be a bit longer but still manageable.

A self-identified group of 12 Program Team Leaders, SI Leaders, Statewide Program and Institute Directors worked together to use the condition chnage list, plus the 2025 Strategic Vision, to revise the Public Values Statements drafted in May 2017.

We have a number of identified uses for the condition changes and public value statements, including the original purpose of looking at our current efforts as they relate to the 2025 Strategic Vision. These condition changes are coded in the Project Board system for CE academics to indicate their effort towards these long-term outcomes and to tag to their outcome narratives. In addition, the Community Educator Specialists respond to an annual survey to indicate their effort towards these condition changes. There are links to findings below.

Starting for federal fiscal year 2018, we gathered qualitative outcomes data in Project Board and selected measured outcomes from individual CE academics that provide evidence of how UC ANR contributes to these condition changes. See draft impact stories linked below.

Thanks again to everyone. This is a great list!

UC ANR: Promoting economic prosperity in California

  1. Improved individual and household financial stability

  2. Enhanced community economic development

  3. Improved animal management, productivity and efficiency

  4. Increased agriculture and forestry efficiency and profitability

  5. Increased emerging food economies and markets

UC ANR: Safeguarding sufficient, safe, and healthy food for all Californians

  1. Improved food security

  2. Improved food safety

UC ANR: Protecting California’s natural resources

  1. Improved management and use of land

  2. Improved air quality

  3. Protected and conserved soil quality

  4. Increased ecological sustainability of agriculture, landscapes, and forestry

  5. Improved water quality

  6. Improved water-use efficiency

  7. Improved water-supply security

UC ANR: Promoting healthy people and communities

  1. Improved health for all

  2. Improved community health and wellness

  3. Improved access to positive built and natural environments

UC ANR: Developing a qualified workforce for California

  1. Increased workforce retention and competency

  2. Increased effective public leaders

  3. Improved college readiness and access

  4. Increased civic engagement

UC ANR: Building climate-resilient communities and ecosystems

  1. Increased preparedness and resilience to extreme weather and climate change

UC ANR: Developing an inclusive and equitable society

  1. Improved living and working conditions for California's food system and farm workers

  2. Increased diversity, inclusiveness, and cultural competency in California's workplaces

 

Printable one pager of condition change list

 

UC ANR Impact Stories 2018 Compilation

 

Tip sheets

Putting Condition Changes to Work

How to Measure Condition Changes

 

UC ANR Condition Change Effort

See the 2018 CE academics condition change survey data.

See the 2017 CE academics condition change survey data.

See the 2018 Community Educator Specialist condition change survey information.

 

 

 

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