Impact Statements

Beginning in 2020, UH Cooperative Extension will annually publish a sample of impact statements written by educators and specialists which highlight successful programs representing Extension educational initiatives. The programs described in these publications demonstrate the positive results or outcomes Extension makes in the lives of the residents of Hawaii.

Protect/Manage Natural Resources/Environment

Diversified Tropical Agricultural Systems
- Revitalizing the Declining Hawaii Banana Industry via Statewide Extension Program and Technology Transfer to Local Growers
- CTAHR Nutrient Management Team: Doing More by Adding Less
- GoFarm Hawai’i – Growing Hawai’i’s Farmers
- Evolution of Screenhouses in Hawaii Agriculture
- Controlling Melon Fruit Fly Infestations: On-Farm Model
- Bridging the Food Safety ‘GAP’ in Hawaii
- Surveying and Mitigating Red Ginger Decline

Biosecurity of Agriculture/Natural Resources
- Hawai’i Invasive Pest Communication and Networking
- Hawai’i Diamondback Moth Insecticide Resistance Management Program
- Turfgrass and Landscape Pest Management in Hawaii
- Coffee Berry Borer Area-Wide Management Provides Substantial Farmer Benefits

Youth/Family/Community Development and Health
- 4-H Seed Camps
- 4-H Junior Master Gardener Program
- Caring for Our Kupuna
- Disaster Preparedness
- Garden to Farm - Creating the Next Generation of Skilled Agriculture Workers
- Grow Eat Think (GET) Local Farm-to-School
- Pivot to Distance Education in Hawaii 4-H
- The Children’s Healthy Living Network Multistate

Bioengineering for Agriculture/Natural Resources/Health

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